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Ekaterina Gavrilova

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Can you feel the time?

Can you feel the time by itself, without any measuring devices such as watches, etc. For example, I learned to feel a time of the other person. How time runs in his brain, quickly or slowly, as in a swamp:) Feel the course of the event'stime that happen with us. It is interesting, that at this moment when you start to see a course of the time someone or something you come to the realization that you know how to speed up the process of the event or human thinking, because you can see the cause of.
I'm wondering do you have such feelings?

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      Jul 31 2011: We even arranged an experiment with guys, as our brain records the time intervals. Suppose we take the text and begin to read, and give the installation in a minute you say stop. That is, your brain must feel when a minute passed and say stop. Surprisingly, some of the brain recorded the interval with an accuracy of a few times with no errors. When I had a test, I tried to count seconds inside myself, but of course I couldn't be sure in the right rhythm. Therefore, intuitively sensed the end of the range, and gets to the point

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