Street light interference is an alleged anomalous phenomenon where a person seems to turn off (or sometimes on) street lights, or outside building security lights, when passing near them.
Eye movement is controlled by two nerves in humans, the first one acts when moving the eyes voluntarily and is jumpy, the other is when tracking something and is very smooth. We cannot perform the latter one voluntarily, just when actually tracking stuff.
- If you’re trying to find something, try looking right to left as opposed to left to right. Your eyes tend to skim over things if you search in the direction you are used to reading in, so skim the opposite way. It takes a bit more effort to do this, but you’ll notice more details.
Tall poppy syndrome - social phenomenon in which people of genuine merit are resented, attacked, cut down, or criticised because their talents or achievements elevate them above or distinguish them from their peers.
Panda car - small or medium-sized police car operated by British police forces.