Does Time Exist? - A Short Video Explaining Time

in #education2 years ago

In this short video, which is about five minutes long, Andrew Zimmerman questions the existence of time. He questions whether or not time is an illusion that is needed to navigate our world.

The video also briefly examines Einstein's theory of relatively and how it redefines the idea of time. This video is not only educative but entertaining and refreshing.

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Hi @gandhibaba

Time is indeed such an interesting concept. The idea of time passing at different rates is so difficult to grasp.

I think everyone can understand that somewhere time goes slower and somewhere else goes faster. But how could that possibly be happening - i think it's still a question mark.

Time and gravity are two biggest mysteries of all times.

upvoted already :)

Yours,
Piotr

Thanks for your upvote and comment. I didn't take most of the physical sciences, so I am amused too at the relativity theory. Thanks for stopping by.