This picture shows the subject of this blog entry.
The man is looking at something to his right. The conclusion is indicated by his rightwards looking eyes.
The man’s head is also rotated to his right,
and his right hand is lifted up by his face.
Why is the man’s head rotated to his right and why is his right hand lifted up by his face? There is no need for the head to rotate to look to the right. The man’s eyes could look to his right while his head remained looking straight ahead. There is no need for the man’s right hand to raise upwards to look to the right. The eyes could look to the right by themselves while the man’s right hand remained hanging at his side.
The turning of the head and he raising of the right hand are corroboration for the claim the human body behaves as one large piece. The man’s head rotates and his right hand raises upwards because his entire body is contracting to point his eyes to the right.
Those interested in how the body is connected in one large piece will benefit from examining the alignment of the right arm and the head.
Now look at the unaltered photo while focusing on the area of head aligned with the hand.
Do you see anything interesting? If you are perceptive you might notice that the lighting and coloration of the man’s head, along with the exact way it is rotated and tilted, produces a hand shaped area on the man’s head.
That is not an idle observation. You are looking at phenomenon proving the human body behaves as one large piece, and how the one large piece is interconnected. If you are a perceptive individual, the next picture might make you jump a little bit.
A duplicate of the right hand was placed in the same area the lines were drawn around in the previous picture. If you are perceptive, the match between the duplicate of the hand and the indicated area of the face is spooky.
Why is there what seems to be a duplicate of the right hand in the man’s head? A more detailed answer instead of the general “the body behaves as one large piece” answer
Because of the laws of physics.
The laws of physics say that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Here is a picture of a human body with the hands at the sides.
The arrow in the next picture highlights how the right hand is pointing downwards at a particular angle.
Where is the equal and opposite arrow that the laws of physics say have to be in the picture above? If the hand is pointing downwards at that exact angle, there has to be the exact same thing going the exact opposite direction. The next picture has an opposite arrow drawn on the arm to balance the first arrow.
See how the balance arrow that is going in exact opposite direction of the hand arrow penetrates the head?
That is why there is a hand shaped area on the example man’s head.
That hand shape in the head is the equal and opposite reaction to the right hand. The next picture adds a right hand that has been flipped, inverted, and positioned, so it is equal and opposite to the hand covering the hand shaped area on the man’s head.
The inverted and flipped hand can be difficult to make out in that picture. The next picture replaces the background in the relevant area with a solid color, and then superimposes the inverted and flipped hand on that background for easier visibility.
The next picture locates the right hand approximately where it would be if there was a full body picture of the man.
And then a picture comparing the man with his right hand approximately where it would be if he was standing up, to the computer model human body with an arrow demonstrating how a certain area of the head lies on the path that is equal and opposite to the right hand.
The image of the complete computer model human body on the right side of the picture, might help with visualizing the real man’s entire body on the left side of the picture.