posted on Aug, 11 2003 @ 12:13 PM
This is because when you are younger your mind works incredibly fast. Within a minute a child could have thought about twice as much as an
Adult could. This would cause the child to percieve time has gone quite slowly due to the how dense you can fill time with thoughts. With me so far?
Nice stab, but it doesn't answer the question. This would not explain why some days last longer than others, when you're at the same age....
Though, it gets closer. Time is perception. Time only exists in the universe as a matter of our perception. If we have more to do in a day, time
will "seem" faster. When less, it will "seem" slower. Test it yourself. Watch a clock move, for 5 minutes. Now, watch tv for 5 minutes. Which
Time simply, is a measurement of matter's movement/changes through/in space. In order for the "manufactured" idea of time to apply, you must have
a reference point (origin), and an ending point (destination or end). Without these two concepts, time cannot be used (i.e. doesn't exist). This
origin and end is essential to Relativity. Nature however, tends to work in cycles (stars collapse, reform, collapse, etc. creatures die, decompose,
give rise to new life, etc.), so you can start to see how "artificial" this origin and end is....
everything was created,there was no need for explanation,this is the complicated confusing mess you humans have created out of your thirst for
knowledge,this is what the scriptures are speaking of,this is what is wrong with your world.It was perfect to start with,but that was not good
No need for explaination? Just blind acceptance of what someone "claims" existance to be, and without proof? No thanks. The world is perfect
enough still to this day. It is our understanding of it (including the equally human creation of a "god" concept), that remains imperfect, and a