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Published on Aug 16, 2010
This Clip was taken from the BBC's "Time" series that explores the fabric of time and how we perceive it. This section is placed after an experiment where a man was dropped out of the sky and asked to read a number that was flashing faster than the human eye can detect off a device on his arm. Imagine the human eyes 'frame rate' and the number being flashed far beyond that. As the man tried reading the number as he free-flew he was able to read at least one of the numbers every time. Proving that under high adrenaline situations time literally slows down for a human. In a lab, scientists experimented on mice using other drugs known for comparable effects, namely cocaine and marijuana.