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posted by Andrew .
when you ride in a train that passes a train moving in the opposite direction, the other train appears to rush past you at a greater speed than if you were watching from a parked car at a crossing.
how does the speed of your train affect your impression of the passing train's speed?
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See of any of the following links will help:
http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&p=how+the+speed+of+your+train+affects+the+impression+of+the+train+passing+in+the+opposite+direction
It makes sense that the faster one or both trains go will affect the impression of speed.
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