The feeling of time

kenneth collins kenneth.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Sun Mar 27 17:08:15 EST 2005


"Dave Reckoning" <Dave_Reckoning at notmail.com> wrote in message news:wWL0e.101730$r55.3722 at attbi_s52...
| What brain structure or function allows us to sense and manage the
| perception and sequence of time?
|
| I tried Google but have a hard time sorting through to the relevant bits.

"How's the 'time' of your T-bone steak?"

"Does that blossom have a pleasant 'time'?"

"How 'time' is that box you're carrying?"

"Phew! Those rotten-eggs 'time'!"

"Gow much 'time' does your sprained-ankle
give you?"

"Man! She's 'time'!"

"Man! I'm 'time'!"

"How much 'time' does your MP3-player use?"

"'time'-up, Man!"

Translations:

"How's the flavor of your T-bone steak?"

"Does that blossom have a pleasant fragrance?"

"How heavy is that box you're carrying?"

"Phew! Those rotten-eggs stink!"

"Gow much pain does your sprained-ankle
give you?"

"Man! She's beautiful!"

"Man! I'm hungry!"

"How much energy does your MP3-player use?"

"Stand-up, Man!"

Get it?

When one attends to the physical properties
that nervous systems experience and actualize,
'time' doesn't "fit".

'time' is used as a way of "connecting" the
relative-degrees of "coincidence" within
the energy-flows that nervous systems
"perceive", and which empower behavior,
consciousness, etc.

'time' is used only to "synchronize" within
folks' sequential communication dynamics.

'time' has no physically-real existence out-
side of this Communications problem.

It's a man-made concept that's "overlayed"
upon the 3-D Energydynamics that occur
within nervous systems -- so that folks can
effectively =communicate= with respect to
the 3-D Energydynamics that they col-
lectively experience -- so that such com-
munication is, itself, ordered in a way that
imparts 3-D Energydynamics within "re-
ceiving" nervous systems that more or
less "replicate" the 3-D Energydynamics
that stimulated the act of "communication"
within the "sending" nervous system.

If you do a Groups Google[tm] on:

"non-existence" + 'time'"

You should get some hits with respect
to how 'time' came to be Erroneously
considered to "be" a 'property of phys-
ical reality'.

'time' isn't.

This said, Periodicals that use "time"  in
their Names should rest-assured in their
doing so -- be-cause what they're doing
is =Communication=, and 'time' is an
extremely-Useful ordering-principle with-
in all "Communication".

You know -- so that folks who exper-
inece the 3-D Energydynamics that're
Communicated don't, "Shoot first, and
ask questions later."

Cheers, k. p. collins 





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