Time Shapes So Much of Our Lives. Yet We Understand It Hardly at All
What is Time, Anyway?
Seems a simple question, but there is little agreement out there among people who cogitate on such musings. For most of us, time is a given. It is what provides the benchmarks and guideposts of life. When we think of life’s events, we often think of when they happened, and in what sequence. Time and events, life as a whole, seem intertwined inexorably.
But there is a serious coterie of scientists who think time is not a real thing but is just something we incorrectly perceive.