Replying to LO30686 --
In case you are not familiar with the Doppler effect. It occurs notably
when you are standing on a station and a train goes by with its siren
going. We hear the frequency change as the train passes.
The frame of reference in the moving train is different from that when
standing on the station.
Perhaps a person with a different psychological frame of reference
experiences something similar.
Alan Cotterell <email@example.com>
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