In article , Peter Webb
No, its a perception / optical illusion thingie.
Have a go at:
This is a similar thing - your eye/brain compensates/adapts for the
movement, and when the movement stops the compensation makes stationary
things appear to be moving in the opposite direction.
I used to experience the same thing when dismounting my parents' riding
lawnmower after a long bout of mowing.
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