If humans create time, does that change how we live our lives?
There’s been a lot of research in the last few years that looks into quantum entanglement and the role of the observer in the behavior of our environment. They have already created quantum entanglement at a level large enough to be seen by human eyes.
There’s a lot of evidence suggesting that humans create time, instead of being a function of time. Time is kind of not real, in the sense that it is not something the universe imposes on us. We impose time on our lives.
What the hell does that mean? I mean, what does it mean in terms of how we live our lives or how we might live our lives? Can we freeze time? Can we live in a perpetual moment? Or does this really mean nothing insofar as we currently live or will live in the future?
Read that article. Follow the links. It’s pretty interesting.Then think about existential implications of that information and tell us what you think.