posted on Nov, 30 2006 @ 10:23 AM
I definitely find that with age time speeds up.
What interests me is what someone mentioned above about time seemingly slowing down at certain occasions.
An hour can mean a lot of things to the brain. An hour in the dentist's chair, or an hour awaiting medical results can sometimes feel so long you'd
swear it was a year. While an hour on the beach in the sun and breeze can pass by so fast you'd swear it was a minute.
Also the pre-disaster timeflow is definitely slower. You know... when the ball is headed right for the guy's head. That kinda thing. And yet in
times of extreme crisis sometimes whole events can flash by in seconds to the point where you can't even remember how you reacted (car accidents
I definitely believe that this is a biological phenomenon. I don't think time itself ever changes its flow, but rather our own individual clocks
perceive time at different rates depending on what else is going on in our brains.