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    Everyday time moves on and seems time is getting faster as the second hand keeps moving
    Why can't time stAnd still and why can't it slow down
    Plus when something ends like a job or come end of the year why does time move on and never end till we all die


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    (Original post by tmckinnin56)
    Everyday time moves on and seems time is getting faster as the second hand keeps moving
    Why can't time stAnd still and why can't it slow down
    Plus when something ends like a job or come end of the year why does time move on and never end till we all die


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    Life goes on ---> Tunnne
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    But why can't life still plus why when new yrs end time keeps. Moving on as no need to move on just end stuff


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    Time moves faster as you age. It's been documented but im not sure where. An elderly person may experience a day feeling nothing was unaccomplished whereas when we think of ourselves of children we think of the endless time spent when gloomy or restricted.
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    Time seems to get faster because you age. 2 years for a 10 year old is a very large portion of your life, it makes up 20% of the time you have lived. On the otherhand, 2 years for a 30 years is far less significant at around 6 percent of your life.
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    True but everyday w all go to work and do the same thing but moment we wake up time keeps moving why can't it slow down plus even when your job end life moves on time needs to stop


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    (Original post by Personinsertname)
    Time moves faster as you age. It's been documented but im not sure where. An elderly person may experience a day feeling nothing was unaccomplished whereas when we think of ourselves of children we think of the endless time spent when gloomy or restricted.
    That's because a day takes up a far larger percentage of the life of a child than an older person. Yet the same number of seconds have still passed; it's perception that is different.
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    (Original post by tmckinnin56)
    But why can't life still plus why when new yrs end time keeps. Moving on as no need to move on just end stuff
    Ain't enough time to decode that nonsense.
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    You can slow down time just not the way you think. Just by concentrating you slow down your perception time. Also something you may be interested is relative time- if your in space you experience time faster as gravity slows down time. When people say gravity bends space time you have to include time as well! If you could in theory orbit a black hole time for people in Earth would have been many years with you experiencing only a sec or 2. This applies to anything mass not just physics breaking black holes.
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    The perception of time is what you make of it. It can vary from person to person.
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    (Original post by ILovePancakes)
    That's because a day takes up a far larger percentage of the life of a child than an older person. Yet the same number of seconds have still passed; it's perception that is different.
    No! Its literally the perception of time. All things(data) is tangible when reaching our brains and time is one of those values. Not just because it's a larger percentage f your lifespan.
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    (Original post by DeadEnd_96)
    I remember this! Used to love this show :laugh:
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    I will never forget one of my teachers telling me that time gets faster the older you get. He was right.
 
 
 
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