What if there is a density of reality in which time is 3 dimensional? According to some types of String Theory, what you do right NOW can potentially cause what happened 5000 years ago in our interaction with linear time, because what we do to an electron effects both its past and its future according to string theory. We experience linearity, but what if time progression was nothing more than a series of universal cause-effect relationships randomly interconnected

What if there is a density of reality in which time is 3 dimensional? According to some types of String Theory, what you do right NOW can potentially cause what happened 5000 years ago in our interaction with linear time, because what we do to an electron effects both its past and its future according to string theory. We experience linearity, but what if time progression was nothing more than a series of universal cause-effect relationships randomly interconnected

An exercise in time perception - Matt Danzico-this is why I should travel, I will think I lived longer!

An exercise in time perception - Matt Danzico-this is why I should travel, I will think I lived longer!

I put that in graphics cause it is a really good video. But the message is as important and relevant as the work itself.

I put that in graphics cause it is a really good video. But the message is as important and relevant as the work itself.

5 Intriguing Mysteries of Time Perception Explained | via @learningmindcom | learning-mind.com

5 Intriguing Mysteries of Time Perception Explained | via @learningmindcom | learning-mind.com

Time Warped: Unlocking the Mysteries of Time Perception by Claudia Hammond http://www.amazon.com/dp/0062225200/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_eBJ-vb1M0GGHE

Time Warped: Unlocking the Mysteries of Time Perception by Claudia Hammond http://www.amazon.com/dp/0062225200/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_eBJ-vb1M0GGHE

The Power of Time Perception: Control the Speed of Time to Make Every Second Count

The Power of Time Perception: Control the Speed of Time to Make Every Second Count

Time: 20 minutes Contraindications: Decreased memory or cognition, active psychosis, decreased vision or fine motor skills OT Goals: Create a journal to document positive coping skills to increase self-esteem in older adults, decrease negative perceptions of self for successful completion of independent activities

Time: 20 minutes Contraindications: Decreased memory or cognition, active psychosis, decreased vision or fine motor skills OT Goals: Create a journal to document positive coping skills to increase self-esteem in older adults, decrease negative perceptions of self for successful completion of independent activities

ARRIVAL: Linguistic Relativity & Time Perception Are Real

ARRIVAL: Linguistic Relativity & Time Perception Are Real

When you passed through the Great Portal of 2012 you entered into a completely new relationship with Time  Space. You became Rainbow Light Warriors  you began to work with Time, with Timelines  with Quantum Jumping between Timelines.This is the 1st time you have attempted this form of Time Perception  Creation in the Human Form. It is because you have now activated your LightBody  your Multi-Dimensional Being that you are able to access a new perception of Reality ~AAMichael ~ Celia Fenn

When you passed through the Great Portal of 2012 you entered into a completely new relationship with Time Space. You became Rainbow Light Warriors you began to work with Time, with Timelines with Quantum Jumping between Timelines.This is the 1st time you have attempted this form of Time Perception Creation in the Human Form. It is because you have now activated your LightBody your Multi-Dimensional Being that you are able to access a new perception of Reality ~AAMichael ~ Celia Fenn

Research led by Trinity College Dublin suggests that time perception is related to a creature's size. Of course, time is really passing at the same speed.  But the fly’s eyes send updates to its brain far more frequently than a human’s eyes, and its mental processes are similarly much more rapid than ours.

Research led by Trinity College Dublin suggests that time perception is related to a creature's size. Of course, time is really passing at the same speed. But the fly’s eyes send updates to its brain far more frequently than a human’s eyes, and its mental processes are similarly much more rapid than ours.

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