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Whenever you move your eyes quickly from one point to another, your perception of time stretches slightly backwards. The brain attempts to compensate, which is why the first moment you look at a clock, it seems to take longer than a second for the second hand to move.

Whenever you move your eyes quickly from one point to another, your perception of time stretches slightly backwards. The brain attempts to compensate, which is why the first moment you look at a clock, it seems to take longer than a second for the second hand to move.

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