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Science: The Fallen Religion

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85 pages1 hour

Summary

This book examines the idea that Time as perceived by human beings is an illusion. Time is not real, it is a figment of our imagination, a construct of our conscious mind to cope with a complex reality. A reality which the conscious mind does not have the processing capacity to understand. Time is a way for the conscious mind to approximate a reality it does not comprehend. The mind has to make a priori assumptions in order for it to cope with a reality too complex for it to understand. One of these approximations is the mind's invention of Time, where no Time exists.

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