Gestalt psychology meets physics

A great example of 'figure-ground'

(Via a scienceblogger I didn't know existed, I guess this is what happens when I stop blogging for a year +, oh and he seems to have a sweet sweet blog - so you should probably go over there, and on another related note check out the next blog post - or is it the previous blog post ; I guess it depends on how you look at it, oh and I refuse to use appropriate punctuation - bam!)

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Just in case you wan't to know what Gestalt Psychology is you can check out the Wikipedia article here.

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