The 2nd Edition of Deconstructing Time - essay-blogs about the human experience of time. We are immersed in time. We take time as a fact of life and think very little about its workings, yet we are at its mercy. In a sense time is all you have: on your gravestone will be your name and the date you were born and the date you died. What could we gain by obtaining a perspective, by standing a bit outside of time? Although the clock will still continue to tick, your relation to time will be changed. It is the modern human -- i.e. Homo sapiens sapiens -- sense of time that is the key difference between humans and the other animals. And further I believe that time, as we experience it, is created by our uniquely human brains and is critical to our sense of consciousness.During the return trip to Earth on July 23, 1969 after the first landing on the moon, astronaut Neil Armstrong said, aquot;A hundred years ago, Jules Verne wrote a book about a voyage to the Moon. His spaceship...took off from Florida and landed inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Deconstructing Time, 2nd Edition: Illustrated Essay-blogs About the Human Experience of Time|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-08-24|