Oh George Ellis covers that well; experienced time is not linear to physical time, even if experienced time is constructed from physical time. My own thoughts on it – I think we get to live in the lag-time – that marvelous gap in the length of time it takes for our systems go do what they do; and we can float in there, experiencing a kind of gravity-free timelessness as much as we like

Oh George Ellis covers that well; experienced time is not linear to physical time, even if experienced time is constructed from physical time.
My own thoughts on it – I think we get to live in the lag-time – that marvelous gap in the length of time it takes for our systems go do what they do; and we can float in there, experiencing a kind of gravity-free timelessness as much as we like
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Oh I don’t think this invalidates experienced time at all; I don’t believe experienced timelessness nor experienced time is an illusion; it’s in its own realm, in a simultaneously bound/not-bound state
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Worth considering:
Perhaps the wave function collapse isn’t all there is to say about time measurement vs flow

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