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Here is an examination of why time seems to go faster as we age. It sure seems that way to me!

“The end result, said Bejan, is that, because older people are viewing fewer new images in the same amount of actual time, it seems to them as though time is passing more quickly. He said:

The human mind senses time changing when the perceived images change. The present is different from the past because the mental viewing has changed, not because somebody’s clock rings. Days seemed to last longer in your youth because the young mind receives more images during one day than the same mind in old age.

Bottom line: Why time seems to go faster as we get older.”

See [earthsky.org]

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