The correct answer is FALSE.
One cannot control the speed of the event occurring in front of them. The speed of the collision would always remain unaltered, which can be identified by the eyes. But, the person can recall the recorded image in the brain, which can help to understand the collision clearly in mind. The speed of the imagination can be controlled a little, which makes the person easier to understand the real situation.
/the trachea, commonly known as the windpipe
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