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  • What you are about to watch may make you question everything you thought you knew.

  • Viewer discretion is advised.

  • Hey, what's up, guys?

  • Welcome back.

  • Now, today we're gonna be talking about a lot of different theories, some involving subliminal messages that have been around for your whole life.

  • Well, here's fun.

  • Stop it.

  • We're also gonna be talking about some of the dark secrets involving the world's biggest pop stars.

  • Also a possible warning sign that humans are going.

  • And for the first time, I let somebody tell me a conspiracy.

  • And it's from one of the biggest conspiracy theorist I know my own brother and what he told me Waas you Oh, my God.

  • Wait before we get started, once again, I have to say is we're all just theories have them fax, and they're not meant to hurt anyone, any company or any phantom.

  • All right, let's get started.

  • I think I know what you're thinking.

  • Shane.

  • Are you really gonna be talking about you versus moral?

  • Yes, but not in the way that you would expect.

  • So for the one person out there who doesn't know about this, Andy versus Laurel took over the internet, took over the world.

  • Well, if you haven't heard about this yet, let me tell you, you probably will by the end of the day.

  • What do you hear in this audio clip?

  • The word Laurel or Yanni?

  • Yanni or Laura Dance?

  • Everybody who heard me, Annie.

  • Okay.

  • You know, I have the clap.

  • Johnny or Laurel?

  • Who?

  • Here's Laurel.

  • Then I got to work.

  • I played it.

  • All I could hear was Laurel.

  • It's really weird.

  • You're Laurel Laurel.

  • And now I can't.

  • I can't hear Laurel anymore.

  • I'm here making me.

  • That's right.

  • It was on the news.

  • Every single celebrity was talking about you.

  • Tubers were reacting to it.

  • Yeah.

  • Even the White House did a video about it so clearly.

  • Nora, I hear cof f.

  • So you tutor named Chloe.

  • Found the clip on Reddit and posted it on Twitter.

  • I tweeted this thing today.

  • What do you guys hear again?

  • The or Laurel.

  • And it went viral.

  • And then people started interviewing the girl who actually created.

  • I was doing a literature Simon on vocabulary dot com, and I clipped it.

  • And I heard Danny and I knew that wasn't one of my vocab words.

  • So you're probably thinking I'm going to say this whole thing was a conspiracy.

  • It was just meant to distract us from the important things.

  • That way.

  • Go viral.

  • I tweeted it.

  • E no, I don't think that's what it was.

  • But it does correlate with the theory.

  • That is a lot, but we'll get to that a little bit later.

  • Now, after Yanni and Laura went viral, a bunch of other audio clips came out that we're freaking people out.

  • This one was played on the Ellen Show, and I can't believe it didn't get more attention.

  • I'm gonna play you an audio clip.

  • Listen closely, Theo.

  • Listen, Theo.

  • Juice of lemons makes fine french, and now I'm gonna play that first clip again.

  • E.

  • I know.

  • Weird.

  • If you haven't heard this thing yet, you're probably freaking out.

  • It's like a horror movie, isn't it?

  • Here's another example of it.

  • That is even crazier thing.

  • Listen to this.

  • The Constitution Center is at the next stop and listen to the first clip.

  • So what just happened was when you heard the clip.

  • Initially it was a lot of static in your brain, didn't know to make it, But then in the second clip, you heard what the person was saying so that when you listen to the first clip again, your brain knows what to look for.

  • And here's a thief.

  • Now, these next few things I'm gonna show you are examples of audio illusions.

  • This is an illusion of hearing when the listener hear sounds that are not present.

  • All right.

  • First, I'm gonna play you a sound that feels like it keeps going.

  • That's right.

  • It feels like it keeps going up forever.

  • And then there's versions of it going down.

  • I know it's so confusing because you're waiting for the beach drop for something to happen.

  • It doesn't just now.

  • The next type of audio illusion we're gonna talk about is the power of suggestion.

  • So watch this clip and think of the word brainstorm.

  • All right, Now watch the same clip again.

  • But this time think of the words Green Needle and there's so many other examples out there.

  • Just listen to this one from a t.

  • I saw first listen to it and think because I'm a paper geezer.

  • Listen to what I think because I'm a big I know that one is crazy but by far the craziest audio illusion.

  • It's called the McGurk effect.

  • Watch this woman and tell me what you hear.

  • Uh uh, uh uh.

  • Do you think you know what you get?

  • You still think you know?

  • All right, now watch it with your eyes closed.

  • Uh uh uh uh uh, That's right.

  • The whole time she was saying the word, Bob, Uh uh uh.

  • Just let it sink in even more.

  • Watch this guy.

  • Bob.

  • Bob.

  • So how is this happening?

  • Well, your ear is hearing Bob.

  • Bob, Bob, but your eyes are seeing far.

  • Bob.

  • Bob.

  • Bob.

  • So I was curious if I could recreate this myself, try to trick some of my most skeptical friends.

  • Uh uh uh uh uh uh uh uh.

  • Uh huh.

  • Okay.

  • I'm gonna please something else.

  • Uh uh.

  • Uh uh.

  • I was saying Bob, and that's just the word.

  • Copy and paste it over When I close my eyes.

  • You're still here.

  • That's a weird.

  • Okay, I have no idea what you're okay.

  • I want to show you a clip of me and saying a word.

  • You just tell me what you here?

  • Sure.

  • Uh uh uh, Yeah.

  • Uh uh Oh, I don't know what the real one is.

  • Then I guess it's your saying, Bob, but you're putting.

  • But on the screen is that was happening.

  • No, that's crazy.

  • Uh, are you saying far?

  • But I do not know.

  • Is that the same clip?

  • Oh, here's funny.

  • Stop it Now there's even more ways that the power of suggestion can work.

  • For example, there's this viral theory that if you pitch a post Malone's voice, it sounds just like just I was a policeman.

  • I feel just like my brothers got that guessing.

  • They always be smoking like a star.

  • I mean, it's pretty good, but listen to it again while looking at pictures money never for E.

  • Then if you add video footage of Justin Bieber performing, it makes it almost impossible to know if it's just post Malone sped up.

  • Or if it's literally Justin Bieber doing a cover when I only put upon your But they make that now, here's another brain trick that you could play around with that freak you out.

  • This is the illusion of the noisy gifts.

  • Now, this is when you watch a Jiff, no sound, but your brain creates the feeling of hearing something.

  • Did you feel it?

  • Now?

  • There's no sound, but your ears are reacting like there is, and it should kind of shake your whole head.

  • Oh, you can feel the pressure on this side of your head.

  • If you watch it a few times in a row, your ears will start to ring because of how intense it is.

  • Now back to Uni and Laurel.

  • The whole reason we're talking about audio allusions now, mostly young people here yet because you're high frequency, the younger you are, the higher the frequency is that you can hear a man.

  • That's laurel.

  • There's sounds on the Internet that only people under the age of 20 are supposed to be able to hear.

  • And it sounds like this.

  • Did you hear it?

  • If you did?

  • Congratulations.

  • You have Young.

  • Here's yesterday I was playing the sound on my computer trying to hear it.

  • And then Ryland and Andrew, who were in my house, started freaking.

  • You can hear that.

  • Yes, to hurry.

  • You can hear this.

  • Really too.

  • That was crazy.

  • Yeah.

  • All right.

  • So young people here, higher frequencies and higher pitches better.

  • What's the theory?

  • Well, the theory is that record labels might be using certain frequencies, uncertain high pitches to brainwash young people into liking.

  • There's one of the biggest songs of the year was the middle Now in that song, you