"the brain can speed up it's "framerate" to capture what is happening to get more details on how to react"
I have experienced it.
12V is 12V.
So if a CFL-type camping lantern runs on 8 D cells, should be able to jamb a SLA in it, with some Dremmel tool work.
Connect the battery that is sitting on the floor.
Except thats when the smoke started rolling out of everything.
Grab the screwdriver, but it has the wrong bit, fumble around to change the bit (smoke rolling faster), the Chinese screw is stripped from the Chinese bit so the screw refuses to come out(smoke rolling much faster now), panic sets in first, then desperation sets in.
Then I pulled a wire from battery terminal.
The car was going under 100MPH in the police report, in trafic, between guard rails, and spinning in circles.
Time slowed down.
I thought "He's going to clip that guard rail in about 270 degrees more rotation, the car is going to roll, and I should put one hand on the roof for the rollover, the other hand on the door for the impact, and I am going to be late to Dr. Harrison's exam".
I saw pencils floating by, much like Zap's 555, and I had time to think about it as they floated past
. They started in my shirt pocket and ended up impaled in the rear dash.
I got my hands where I wanted them in plenty of time, the car did not roll, and I was late for the exam.
I got a wee bit of windshield glass in my head because I underestimated the forward momentum or angular velocity of my body when the spinning car hit the guard rail, and my shoulder was sore for a while, but other than that it was all good.
I use a lot of hot glue.
No matter what I pay for a hot glue gun, the trigger mechanism wears out at about the same rate.
Without warning, a 99-cent 7W glue gun emmitted a plasma ball the size of a soccer ball from the rear. Missed my head because my eyes are not-so-great-anymore and I was twisting to see at a better angle. It blew a 20A breaker. I saw it all in slow motion.
Took me 12 weeks before I could use a glue gun without sweating.
The strange thing to me is how clear my recollection of things are when they happened in slow motion.
That spinning car was 25 years ago, and I remember those fine details like it happened an hour ago.
"Ghurd controllers, are like a timex" because he already did every bad thing he could think of to do to them.