Talk:Opposite Track Path

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"Faster (though not un-noticeable)" - confusing[edit]

What does "faster (though not un-noticeable)" mean in this context? ("Ah, double negatives.. Sheldon Cooper's specialty - or quadruple negatives..") If you "undo" the double negative, you get "faster (though noticeable)". But the contrasting conjunction "though" would argue against that. Jimw338 (talk) 14:51, 18 April 2017 (UTC)