Camouflage Clothing…to stay alive! : Part #3

A.H. Trimble - Emergency preparedness information for disasters and grid-down

note: article first appeared in October 2015

In the first article of this series I explained how humans “see” things, talked about what stands out, and where humans naturally don’t look. I also went into a couple examples of “narrative” and how that factors into humans’ ability to spot other humans.

If you haven’t read that first article that was posted day before yesterday I would suggest that you do. It will make reading this article easier for you.

In the second article of this series I began to show how different camo clothing really make a man harder to see. No, not invisible or some movie set fantasy land stuff, but real-life staying alive stuff. I ended that article with a picture of the guy from the back. And I pointed out how even a plain strap could draw the eye in to “seeing” something outside of the “narrative.”

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Author: Alfred E. Neuman

73 year old geek, ultra-conservative patriot.

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