So congratulations, #TeamLaurel. LOLz, did you really think Chrissy Teigen was wrong??
Did you think it was Yanny or Laurel??
While there's not a clear answer of what the word is in the recording, it all depends how you look at - or hear it.
According to sound experts who spoke with the website The Verge, the acoustic information that makes us hear "Yanny" is higher frequency than the acoustic information that makes us hear "Laurel".
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In perhaps the most vexing element of the debate, the majority of listeners hear beyond doubt one of the two words, with few waffling between the two.
The debate, which has been compared to a dispute over the [www.abc.net.au/news/2015-02-27/the-dress-social-media-sensation-flips-views-on-colour/6270176 colour of a dress in 2015], had some insisting they heard "Laurel".
But failing those theories, he said it "could just be a big internet hoax". It can also be the psychological properties of our hearing system.
However, this doesn't explain why someone would hear the lower frequencies and some hear the higher frequencies in the first place. The shape of everybody's ears is different. You might actually hear sounds differently than the person next to you. "It's definitely, definitely, definitely 'Yanny'".