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Originally posted by Geticus
Hypotheticaly talking, how do you imagine time in an infinite life.
I got this tough from same time and I think it is pointless to keep track of time in an infinite life.
Is time cease to exist for us in this instace?
How do you see that?
Originally posted by shihulud
Hypotheticaly, If life for us were infinite then our perception of time would be different as we wouldn't need to count hours, days or years like we do now. i.e our perception of time would be inherent to our lifespan.
Thats assuming that life would be the same as it is now. If we all lived super long then our lifestyles would change to incorporate that change.
Originally posted by madnessinmysoul
no it wouldn't. we'd still need to count 3 minutes for the instant noodles to cook, time to make appointments, time for industry, etc.
Again assuming that our lifes would be the same as they are now.
our perception of time wouldn't really affect the way we live, we'd just live the same way longer. we still need to eat every few hours, we still need to expel waste quite regularly, etc.