Muller-Lyer Illusion

This illusion makes your brain think that one is bigger than the other.  One of the lines has two lines at an outward angle and the other has two lines at an inward angle, and is zoomed in.  It tricks our brain into thinking that tone of the lines is bigger, but when you get out you ruler then they measure the exact same size.

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