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Why is time so weird?

  • Michael Hanlon
Part of the Macmillan Science book series (MACSCI)

Abstract

Time makes our lives. It is the key to how we perceive everything, from the ticking of our own minds to the events which mark our passage from birth to death. We can perhaps imagine a universe without colour, or without heat or light, but we cannot imagine a world without time. And yet, as far as physics seems to understand it, we may have to.

Keywords

Question Science Loop Quantum Gravity Conscious Mind Causal Past Strong Nuclear Force 
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    Stetson, C., Cui, X., Montague, P. R. and Eagleman, D. M. (2006) Motor-sensory recalibration leads to an illusory reversal of action and sensation. Neuron, 51(5), 651–9.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    Hut, P. (2006) A radical re-evaluation of the character of time. In What Is Your Dangerous Idea? (ed. J. Brockman). Simon & Schuster, New York.Google Scholar

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