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Old 09-05-2012, 07:54 PM   #1183
Joined: Sep 2012
Location: Thailand, Malaysia or New Zealand
Oddometer: 18
Originally Posted by slide View Post
You are dead bang wrong, here fellow. You are on a fixed roadway so the angles NEVER change. What varies is apparent SPEED.

If the apparent speed of the other is faster than you, then you will pass behind him. (The relative angle will become more acute) Slower and you will pass in front of him. (The relative angle will become less acute) If there is NO or little difference in apparent speed, you will CRASH. (The relative angle remains the same)

I'm amazed you are still alive old timer but also wonder if others who you've advised are doing as well.
To exercise this technique you need at least one eye. Maybe that is your problem?

If I am "dead bang wrong" how come I am alive, saved by this oberservation on more than one occasion, and contributing to this thread? (Contributing from the grave perhaps?)
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