Named in the post-millenium era by Olympic High Jumper, John Winter, it refers to a human characteristic when the body confronts danger and freezes. In popular culture, it can often be said as "My life flashed before my eyes".
That giant puffball was rolling right toward the armored woman, but unfortunately she suffered from the Tyson Effect as another statistic of life and stock encountered.
作者 SyntaxApproval 2006年8月05日

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