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Originally posted by OnceReturned
Originally posted by manbird12000
reply to post by OnceReturned
People are all moving in their own version of time, it's only when they compare that to the pulse of the Clock, do they see how it speeds up and slows down.
But, people didn't discover clocks, they made them. Don't you think they made them in order to measure something that they already had an idea existed? Don't you think the cave men could tell a long time from a short time? Clocks don't make time. Their behavior is directly corrolated to time, so we use them to make precise measurements. Just like we use thermometers to tell temperature even though we can guess about hot and cold. They both respond is a predictable way to a real physical phenomenon. You're not moving in your own version of time any more than you are moving through your own version of the ambient temperature.
Originally posted by King Loki
Originally posted by masonicon
reply to post by CHA0S
How To Make this happen and how to Control This?
drugs ... its most likely a chemical reaction that triggers ur brain to process like this, im assuming it could be synthesized or recreated in some way.
Originally posted by JahKinG SouLJaH
I can say from my experiences that time is completely mental!