UPDATE: Well, this is a rabbit hole you might enjoy: The New York Times made a Yanny/Laurel slider. Spend some time with it. It harbors surprises that intrigue. Perception is pliable.
New York Times Yanny/Laurel Slider
It seems to be a matter of utmost international importance that I share this cogent audio demonstration involving the consumptive "Yanny vs. Laurel" debate.
YouTuber Dylan Bennett presents
1. The unaltered audio clip.
2. The clip with the high-frequencies masked.
3. The clip with the low-frequencies masked.
Yanny / Laurel - Removing High/Low Frequencies
As we age and/or do damage to our ears, it's typically the high-frequency response that goes first, as I understand things.
Reports are that this is a machine voice tasked with pronouncing "Laurel". Many folks with high-frequency hearing loss seem delighted to hear "Laurel". Many with acute high-frequency hearing detect "Yanny" with no ambiguity. Some folks report hearing both or that what they hear changes from one to the other. ...Auditory Switzerland?
I hope this brings peace to the many for whom this polemic has harshed an extant calm.