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” and there’s a quarterway decent, possibly simpler, explanation of why movement makes time pass slower here: “Q: Why does going fast or being lower make time slow down? Personally, I think the question of this post is far more profound.I should note here that the language physicists use makes the situation sound subjective; “the observer sees…”, “the person experiences…”, etc.
Some rail companies, including First Capital Connect, have also banned e-cigarettes at their stations and on their trains.Another issue is whether e-cigarettes are 'a legal gateway into cigarette-smoking for people not yet of legally-permitted smoking age’.There is also debate over risks to passive smokers.The electronic look-alikes, which are shaped and weighted to feel like the real thing, contain a battery and a heating device - this vaporises a nicotine solution contained in a disposable cartridge, giving the 'smoker’ a nicotine hit without the harmful tar and carbon monoxide produced when tobacco is burned.Because they contain no tobacco, e-cigarettes are not covered by laws banning smoking in a public space, so in theory you can smoke them anywhere - in a car, the pub, and even when you are waiting to pick up your children from the school playground. Sales of the e-cigarette - invented in 2003 by a Chinese chemist - have rocketed since its introduction to UK shops in 2007.
Plus, (spoiler alert) lightning is bright so, unlike most small instantaneous things, it makes sense that everyone should be able to see them.