Time is often conceptualized as “circular” or “mod”, reflecting repeating patterns that don’t entirely repeat but mostly do. What if our ability to conceptualize time utilizing memory is not merely a happenstance of our anticipation/memory systems but is, in fact, a microcosm reflection of how time actually functions? In a sense, that would be logical. Time is big and we are within it.

Time is often conceptualized as “circular” or “mod”, reflecting repeating patterns that don’t entirely repeat but mostly do.

What if our ability to conceptualize time utilizing memory is not merely a happenstance of our anticipation/memory systems but is, in fact, a microcosm reflection of how time actually functions?

In a sense, that would be logical.

Time is big and we are within it.

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