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What the Heck Is a Time Crystal, and Why Are Physicists Obsessed With Them?

Some of today’s quantum physicists are tinkering with an esoteric phase of matter that seems to disobey some of our laws of physics.

Psychology | Psychology

Our Brains Completely Distort How Time Actually Happens — Here’s How To Take Advantage Of It

Researchers are attempting to understand how our interaction with our environment shapes our experience of time.

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Daylight Saving and the Politics of Time

Why we “fall back” and “spring forward”—and the surprisingly controversial history of clock time.

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What Even Is Time? An Explainer

Our perception of time is changing constantly. Here’s why—and how to harness the power for good.

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Astronomers announce major discovery about gravitational waves - The Washington Post

The claim of a gravitational wave background suggests the universe is constantly roiled by violent events that happened over the past 13 billion years.

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How to Stop Being Late

If you don’t have a late friend, you are the late friend. Here’s how to be on time.

Pets & Animals | Animals!

How Dogs Perceive Time

Dogs can’t tell us what time means to them — but maybe we can try and understand how dogs perceive the passing of time.

Science & Technology | Science

Why is gravity so weak? The answer may lie in the very nature of space-time

The answer to the question "why is gravity so weak?" may lie in the very nature of space-time

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

How to Make Time Slow Down

After a lost year in the pandemic, you might be feeling like time is slipping through your fingers. Here's how to stop it.

Science & Technology | Science

Quantum physicists say time travelers don't have to worry about the butterfly effect

What if I told you all your favorite time-travel films and books were actually created by big tech in order to wrest control of the time-travel industry from the proletariat? Think about it. Back to the Future, The Terminator, The Time Machine, all of the

Psychology | Psychology

The pandemic is messing with our concept of time

If it feels like your brain is turning into mush, you're not alone. Experts say it all has to do with how the pandemic is affecting our cognitive health -- meaning, our ability to clearly think, learn and remember.

Science & Technology | Science

This Guy Is Pretty Sure His Time Machine Would Work

A longtime advocate for time travel says he has a “prototype” of a device that uses lasers to twist time. So: Just how possible is time travel anyway?

Politics | Media Watch

Weird. TIME left out one important detail from its opening paragraphing championing climate-hypocrite Greta Thunberg

"@GretaThunberg is TIME's 2019 Person of the Year"

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The Past, Present and Future Are Subjective

By Emma Young. When people see the future as coming sooner, they make more far-sighted choices, the study finds.

Business & Finance | Career Advice

Being Busy Is Eliminating the Joys of Shared Free Time - The Atlantic

Our unpredictable and overburdened schedules are taking a dire toll on American society.

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Finding Your Flow State Shifts Time

This article is part of Nautilus’ month-long exploration of the science and art of time. Read the introduction here. Don’t look…

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Your Brain Stops Time When You Blink – Research Digest

By Emma Young. The study raises all kinds of fascinating questions for future research to investigate.

Science & Technology | SCIENCE

For a Split Second, a (Simulated) Particle Went Backward in Time - The New York Times

Using a quantum computer, physicists successfully reversed time for an artificial atom. You can even try it at home.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

Remember When You Could Call the Time?

You still can, and thousands of people do it every day.

Psychology | Personality

An Engineer Says He's Figured Out Why Time Moves Faster as We Grow Up

As we humans grow older and wiser, it's not unusual to feel as if time were whizzing by, quietly gathering speed with every year.

Psychology | Psychology

Why Does It Feel Like Time Is Flying By? Scientist Has Physical Explanation | Inverse

As one gets older, it becomes obvious that life truly feels like it goes by in the blink of an eye. Numerous researchers have attempted to use their expertise to explain exactly why this perplexing feeling persists. In a paper published Monday Adrian Beja

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

Why is it so damn hard to get healthy? - Mind Over Matter [M.O.M.] Healthy Living

Why is it so damn hard to eat healthy? I decided to ask other Mamas the same question.  I got hundreds of responses and remarkably, many of them had the same 8 reasons!  Here’s a chart of my...

Advice & Self-Help | Products with Integrity

Fan Made Music Video for Feels Like Summer by Weezer (Featuring Electric Unicycles)

What could be better than Weezer and Electric Unicycles combined? Also thanks so much to Weezer for letting me put this video on YouTube.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Be the Architect of Your Time | Thrive Global

Is there anything more fundamentally important today than how we design our time?

News | Heroes & Heroines

Crying migrant girl on TIME magazine cover was not separated from mother, family says | Fox News

A little girl shown in a viral photo crying as a U.S Border Patrol agent detained her mother – and used by TIME magazine to symbolize the Trump administration's family separation policy – reportedly was never separated from her mom.

News | Interesting Links

Daylight Saving Time Is Deadly And Doesn't Save Energy — It's Time To Ditch It | Stock News & Stock Market Analysi

The European Union is studying whether switching their clocks back and forth each year to accommodate daylight saving time is worth it. The answer is, it isn't.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice

Why time management is ruining our lives | Oliver Burkeman | Technology | The Guardian

The Long Read: All of our efforts to be more productive backfire – and only make us feel even busier and more stressed

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How Your Brain Controls the Speed of Time

Why does reality seem to slow down in moments of extreme peril? Can the mind really bend time? Here’s the neuroscience behind the phenomenon.

Entertainment | Astrology

Mercury Retrograde August 30th – Sept 21st| Know What To Expect & Be Prepared! What Is M.R?

Mercury Retrograde is a phase that happens 3-4 times a year. This is an astrological position that all signs need to know. Most importantly, Gemini and Virgo are influenced by this transit the most…

Entertainment | Astrology

Pluto Generation Planet in Capricorn | March 2023 | Uranus Aries Aspect

Pluto has been traveling through the sign of Capricorn since January 25th 2008. The change of signs created a formal emergence of the economical crisis we saw manifest in 2008. Most importantly, pl…

Science & Technology | Science

WATCH: How to solve the famous 'grandfather paradox' of time travel - ScienceAlert

What if you went back in time and killed your grandfather? Would you still be born? Or would you have killed yourself?

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

Need More than 24 Hours? 7 Secrets to Finding More Time in a Day | Inc.com

Coping with the pressures of work and home life can be difficult. Everyone wants more time in the day. Here are 7 secrets that can help you find that extra amount.

Advice & Self-Help | Empowering Tools for Growth

The Biggest Wastes of Time We Regret When We Get Older

We spend a lot of energy looking for shortcuts to save time, and sure, those shortcuts add up. But when I look back, my biggest time regrets aren’t spending too much time on Twitter or mismanaging my daily tasks. Those are bad habits, but there are bigg

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Why I Taught Myself to Procrastinate

Delaying the completion of a project may actually make you more creative.

Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

Are Space and Time Discrete or Continuous? - The Nature of Reality — The Nature of Reality | PBS

Split a mile in half, you get half a mile. Split the half mile, you get a quarter, and on and on, until you’ve carved out... Read Full Post

Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

Can You Really Go Back in Time by Breaking the Speed of Light? - The Nature of Reality — The Nature of Reality | PBS

Nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. But if it could, the conventional wisdom goes, it would travel back in time. Is the conventional... Read Full Post

News | In The News

Leap Second: Why Tuesday Will Be 1 Second Longer and Could Screw Up Your Computer - ABC News

It's not Y2K but an extra second added to the final minute in June has some people worried it could cause a disruption to computers not equipped to handle the change.

Family & Parenting | Family and Parenting

Reframing Parent-Child Time Can Reduce Stress

Mentally reframing how you think about parent-child time can lessen stress and help you better appreciate the time you spend with your child.

Science & Technology | Technology

First look: Hands-on with Apple Watch and working software

Apple spilled additional details about its hotly anticipated Apple Watch wearable on Monday, and AppleInsider was there to take a first look at the device that could soon dominate a burgeoning smartwatch market.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Mind Blowing... These 23 Unbelievable Facts Will DESTROY Your Understanding Of Time

Time has always perplexed the human race. We’ve tried to define it, track it, and measure it since the emergence of civilization. However, facts like these listed here show us how distorted our perception of time can be and how much we still need to

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Why Does My Gadget Say It's December 31, 1969? | Mental Floss

If you’ve ever had the date on a cell phone or computer mysteriously switch to December 31, 1969, you may have thought it was simply random. However, the reason behind this odd glitch is a nice little tidbit of computer trivia.

News | Interesting Links

New Understanding of Time Changes the Way We See the World | Spirit Science

It turns out Doctor Who was right: “Timey-wimey” is, indeed, a bit “wibbly-wobbly.” Scientists have confirmed, several times, that the speed at which ti

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New Clock May End Time As We Know It : NPR

Scientists working to create the perfect atomic clock have a fundamental problem: Right now, on the ceiling, time is passing just a bit faster than it is on the floor.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Physicists propose identification of a gravitational arrow of time

(Phys.org) —A trio of physicists is proposing a new direction for understanding the concept of time. In their paper published in the journal Physical Review Letters, Julian Barbour, of College Farm in the U.K., Tim Koslowski of the University of New Bru

Science & Technology | Science & Space

5 Facts About Time That Will Hurt Your Brain

Time keeps on slipping, slipping, slipping, into the future ... well, sort of.