Saturday, July 18, 2009

Slow movment

Caroline Williams New Scientist article Teach your brain to strech time is more of an insigthfull introduction to how your brain measures time than an actual guide of how to strech time itself. The article describes how elderly people feels that everything is going slowly, but the years are flying by. Not beeing bussy, doing nothing, will make time to appear to go slowly - but not filling your days with memorable events makes the years fly by and one day you are, well, quite frankly, dead. In the final notes Williams suggests that taking some slowtime every day will make time seem to go slower even when your dealing with your daily hazzles.

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