Virtual reality warps your sense of time

Psychology research demonstrates unique ‘time compression’ effect of virtual reality   Psychology researchers found that playing games in virtual reality creates an effect called ‘time compression,’ where time goes by faster than you think. The research team compared time perception during gameplay using conventional monitors and virtual reality to determine that this effect is uniquely […]

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Lightning and subvisible discharges produce molecules that clean the atmosphere

  Summary:Scientists have found that lightning bolts and, surprisingly, subvisible discharges that cannot be seen by cameras or the naked eye produce extreme amounts of the hydroxyl radical and hydroperoxyl radical. The hydroxyl radical is important in the atmosphere because it initiates chemical reactions and breaks down molecules like the greenhouse gas methane. Lightning bolts […]

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