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Originally posted by Teknikal
It's possible I've experienced it under the influence of something I don't think I'm allowed to mention on these boards and I'm sure i can't be the only one. I can't really go into anymore detail's without breaking the TOS sorry.
Originally posted by I See You
I see how your brain can make time slow or speed up for YOU but will not slow the bullets that are traveling at you.
Teknikal: I don't know what you experienced and I can't see why it is against the TOS, but that sounds really freaky... I hope you don't take offense (none is meant) but I find it extremely hard to believe that it is possible.
It would change the speed they could react, so they would, for example, notice the danger of a falling object sooner than we would, and begin moving sooner, but they wouldn't move any faster.
Originally posted by masterp
I heard that if you play Max Payne 1 at the most difficult setting with bullet time for 100 hours continously, eventually you get to have bullet time in reality.
Originally posted by DragonsDemesne
now what you experienced and I can't see why it is against the TOS, but that sounds really freaky... I hope you don't take offense (none is meant) but I find it extremely hard to believe that it is possible.
Drugs and meditation can give you the feeling/concept of having time 'slow down' ... however, your reactions are still going at the same pace as before. It's a state of hyperattention, really.