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Posted by Alexander on September 13, 2001 22:04:46 UTC

If you watch a large-scale event from a distant far, all velocities are small (angle per second), thus the effect that it goes slow. Being right next to explosion/fall does not make such an impression, vice versa - most of close witnesses refer to it as "it happens too fast".

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