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    How to Manipulate Perceptual Time
    Project: The great enhancement debate
    Time is an unsettled issue in PHYSICS. Existence of pretty much everything visible in cosmos is far off from anything "present" in absolute terms. Waves of interaction between radiation and matter appear to happen only here and now, but what is that change happening in a collision? What energy or property is it fundamentally dedicated to be expressed as time in reality?

    Here we have a lot of fun with that middle view of the absolute emerging from the focus of SELF, while reading about the tale of temporal perception.



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    The three methods your mind uses to reverse, speed, and even slow the minutes.
    by Carl Zimmer
    http://discovermagazine.com/2008/aug/11-how-your-brain-can-control-time

    How to stop time using a clock:
    http://www.grasshopper.com/mind-games/how-to-stop-time


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