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Wednesday 7th October 2015
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Could We See In Slow Motion?


Would it be possible for us to see things in slow motion? What conditions would need to be in place for us to see in slow motion?


James O'Brien: No - we'd have to be existing in different space time continuums. (Wrong! Although he claims it was down to the phrasing of the question. Hmm)


Name: Nicholas, Basingstoke
Answer: Yes. If you had a daughter and a pack of terriers were running towards her - you'd want to stop it so your mind would start thinking quicker. That would lead to your perspective of time slowing down. If you were in a in a situation where there were two adults and one cared more than the other - one would see things slower than the other. So you are seeing things in slow motion.


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