Scientists say we can see sound. Yeah. I agree. But just because you can see doesn’t mean you listen. Neuroscience 101 textbook rewrite: “The brain can, if it must, directly use sound to see and light to hear.” (Livescience.com) I use light to hear all the time, and I see things in a way I can’t explain. That’s why I do these collages and anagrams every day.
Today’s anagram came from this random comics text: “Let’s just say there were clues that it wasn’t really ours. We should definitely be very interested in this applicant! Of course! What did you think? I was sort of betting on an alien abduction.”
They’re not stars or satellites but I don’t justify an answer. You wonder then, did she use help? Well, I only show Vickie a bit better gift— a successful daily interpretation. What an education!