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Another time test was done with groups divided by age. The groups were asked to count to the seconds to 60. As expected the younger people arrived at 60 before the minute was up and the older group went past a minute to count to 60.
As far as the tower experiment I thought it was hypothesized that the brain deliberately slows down our perception to take in all the stimuli so that a sound decision can be made in the "heat of the moment".
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