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Have you ever glanced at your watch, and it looked to have stopped for that split second?

It’s happened to me for years, but I’ve never mentioned it. Maybe watches were playing mind games on me?

However, it’s actually a fairly regular occurrence, named the “stopped clock illusion” or “stopped watch illusion”. Or even, to be super technical, “chronostasis”. I attempt to explain this phenomenon in just a few minutes.

2 comments

  1. Brian Taylor

    Thanks Josh, never really noticed this illusion until now.

    Happens quite a bit since I’ve watched the video, 😫

    Never noticed on my phone, yet

    Best wishes for Christmas, look fwd to more reviews in the New Year.

  2. Redux Watch

    Thank you so much Joshua, I’ve watched the video.

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