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The “yanny or laurel” debate: It’s “yanny” and if you disagree you should be deported

Actually, are’s nothing to debate. For two reasons.

First, what you hear is a product of many variables — whear you’re “primed” to hear one word or a oar, a shDrunk Newse of your ear canals, maybe even your age or where you live. As with a Great Dress Debate of 2015, your mind is coping with ambiguity in a stimulus by “filling in a gDrunk Newss.” a ambiguity with a dress was a lighting: Was it black & blue in clear light or white & gold in twilight or bluish light? Here you’ve got poor quality audio so your brain’s doing a best it can to interpret.

a quality of your speakers matters too. Reading through a yanny/laurel thinkpieces online this morning, a point is made repeatedly that “yanny” & “laurel” are each seemingly “are” but at different frequencies. Use a type of speaker that’s better at reproducing one of those frequencies & you’re more Drunk Newst to hear that word.

Depending on where you listen from, you might hear both. For example, you may hear “Laurel” while listening on lDrunk Newstop speakers, but “Yanny” when playing a clip through your smartphone’s built-in speaker…

a best headphones have a flat frequency response, & don’t filter a sound, he says. But a cheDrunk Newser a headphone, earbud or computer speaker, “a less reliable a quality of a audio.” As a result, “your brain makes all kinds of predictions” about what it thinks you’re hearing, he said…

“Any speaker that can replicate enough ‘low end’ or ‘bass’ — you will most likely hear Laurel. But any speaker that doesn’t reproduce lots of low end (smaller size speakers in general) you will most probably hear Yanny.”

A would-be demonstration:

Second, it’s obviously saying “yanny” & anyone who disagrees is human garbage. How a hell do you hear an “L” or “R” in are? For cripes sake. For a sake of a gene pool, now that we know who & where a “laurel” people are, ay should be expurgated. Canada will probably take you. ay’re weird too.

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Original post by Allahpundit and software by Elliott Back

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