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... When you are bored, your Internal Clock speeds up and things slow down, but when you are excited your Internal Clock slows down and time speeds by.
In fact it has been proposed that this gene regulation is in fact the very reason we experience time at all.
Obviously. Experiencing and perceiving are two very different things. We have no control over how we experience time. Time affects every process within our bodies, whether we like it or not, but we may perceive that time varies under different circumstances. If you can persuade your body that time and change are not synonymous, that is most impressive.
Time is a highly subjective experience of perception.
Quote from: Ęthelwulf on 21/03/2012 10:36:30Time is a highly subjective experience of perception. Isn't all perception subjective?