ultrafacts:

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the-hecate-kalivas:

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This is why Rome won so many battles. Enemy spies would wait for them to read battle plans to themselves while mouthing the words; trouble was, they had learned not to!

Spoken language is still processed through the auditory sense and centers. Your brain cannot tell the difference between things you actually hear and things that you have only imagined hearing. Silent reading is imagining the sound of words being spoken. The big question, is what kind of voice do you hear reading the words? (I hear my own voice as it sounded when I was 5.)

^Which is also why if you are close to someone, you often imagine their voices as you read their text messages.

ultrafacts:

zhuki-reblogs:

the-hecate-kalivas:

ultrafacts:

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This is why Rome won so many battles. Enemy spies would wait for them to read battle plans to themselves while mouthing the words; trouble was, they had learned not to!

Spoken language is still processed through the auditory sense and centers. Your brain cannot tell the difference between things you actually hear and things that you have only imagined hearing. Silent reading is imagining the sound of words being spoken. The big question, is what kind of voice do you hear reading the words? (I hear my own voice as it sounded when I was 5.)

^Which is also why if you are close to someone, you often imagine their voices as you read their text messages.

therobertredfordpost:

Robert Redford // Roy ‘Wonderboy’ Hobbs'The Natural' (1984)
Iris Gaines: You know, I believe we have two lives.Roy Hobbs: How…? What do you mean?Iris Gaines: The life we learn with and the life we live with after that.

therobertredfordpost:

Robert Redford // Roy ‘Wonderboy’ Hobbs
'The Natural' (1984)

Iris Gaines: You know, I believe we have two lives.
Roy Hobbs: How…? What do you mean?
Iris Gaines: The life we learn with and the life we live with after that.

meistens:

snapchatting:

what if there were professional text post critics

Rating: 

Witty and insightful. A must-reblog post. Suspense from lack of punctuation and resolution leaves the reader pondering possibilities late into the night.

kristenmastora7:

gallium-knight:

Here’s a test:

I’m holding a baby in one hand and a petri dish holding a fetus in the other.

I’m going to drop one. You chose which.

If you really truly believe a fetus is the same thing as a baby, it should be impossible for you to decide. You should have to flip a coin, that’s how impossible the decision should be.

Shot in the dark, you saved the baby.

Because you’re aware there’s a difference.

Now admit it

woah.