There are those that can see shades of color and subtleties that others cannot. They also can see the slightest changes in movement or shapes in clouds or in the play of the sun on earthly objects that produce shadows. What one may not realize that in the shadows there are many shades of grey and other colors that are muted but give it a hint of red, orange or yellow. There is also a different type of mind power that many people are unaware of. This is the power of the mind that can see things in super slow motion and in shades of imperceptible motions. The process of seeing something in super slow motion seems self evident as this person would see something and with this power can, through an act of will, choose to slow down time and see the events in real time but in super slow motion. As for imperceptions it is something that is a little bit different as one looks at an object that appears not to be moving but when this gifted person stares at the object they can see that it is actually moving but this movement is not perceptible to the naked eye. The one that is born with the gift of viewing imperceptions can see these movements with great clarity.
There was a boy named Bobby Rucker who was born in the American state of Montana during the 1950s. When Bobby was very young he was diagnosed with various types of learning disorders and mental challenges. But little did the doctors know that Bobby was not mentally challenged and did not have any learning disabilities. He did in fact have the rare perception of being able to see things in super slow motion. It wasn't until Bobby was about the age of four when had the ability to articulate to his parents what was going on in his head. And when he told his parents that he could see things in super slow motion that had trouble believing him.
Bobby's parents took him to see a psychologist and they got Bobby to explain to the therapist what he was seeing. The psychologist said he had never heard of anyone who possessed super slow motion vision. The therapist then conducted an experiment where they went out into the street and Bobby was to watch the cars go by and use his super slow motion vision to try and store as many details of the cars passing by over a period of one minute. Simultaneously the therapist used a video camera to tape the traffic as well. After the minute was up they would go back to the office and he would ask Bobby to recall all the details he could remember, no matter how small, about the traffic. They would then play the video in super slow motion and compare the results.
Bobby started to speak about what he saw and he then stopped and continued, "I see a woman. I see a car. I see a flash and a spot of red on the windshield."
The therapist then played the tape and on the screen they all watched the car drive by that Bobby claimed to have seen the flash and the red spot. On the screen in slow motion there was no flash or red spot. Bobby then closed his eyes and said, "I see a bullet going through a women's head and fly through the window."
That's when the psychologist realized that Bobby had witnessed a murder and the camera in super slow motion didn't.