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We had to tread water for 5 minutes and I was getting bored looking at the clock, so I sorta zoned out. Then the seconds stopped moving and I was just like...uh?
YA! first post in 3 months! damn internet doesn`t work if you spill sugar water on it.
but i think truckless is rite..i dont belive in all that weirdo CRAP!
i AM GOD
its so cool
Bottom line is nobody is......................
now that that`s out of the way: I love how people rushed on over to the comments to try and prove how this isn`t real...if you believed for the slightest second that this was real (which, in theory, you had to have to want to disprove it so diligently in the first place) you`re an idiot.
BTW. FrogBomb, next time you try and look intelligent, use spell check.
I tried this. I must be good because when I looked back at my watch (which doesn`t tick btw) I was ten seconds ahead. Cool.
is a load of crap (no offense). The reason you see them better when you look away is because the focal point of your eye is made up of "cone" sensors and the surrounding area made up of "rod" sensors. The cone sensors work very well in bright light and can detect colour, but the rod sensors work very well in dim light, however cannot detect colour. Thats why in the dark you can see shapes but cannot tell the colour - there is not enough light for the cones to detect the colour - it has nothing to do with the focal point being damaged by intense light - there are simply different light receptors there. When you look at the stars, and you look slightly away, you can see it better because it is the rods that are receiving the li
Having said that, quantum physics rocks.
kmdavis is right. its an optical illusion because nothing else in the world stops.