WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — It's the biggest online debate since the blue and black versus gold and yellow dress debacle of 2015.
Now a new sound recording has surfaced, and it's got people at odds over what's being said.
Cloe Feldman posted an audio track on Twitter this week. Take a listen for yourself.
Do you hear Laurel? Or do you hear Yanny?
No matter how you hear it, you're right. There's a scientific explanation for it.
To put it simply, it has do with frequencies and how people hear them differently.
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