existential_157

existential_157

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memory and time, proportionality of perceived lifespan, relativity of time
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Nov 26, 2021 9:16 PM

as i get older, i find that time goes faster.

because the proportion or ratio of each year compared to my life dwindles each year. and/or at least memory of it does. that is, i have more memories, and each new memory is smaller part of data compared to the aggregate.

so memory, time and percieved lifespan are interlinked.

but does this then mean that somebody with zero memory or almost zero meory will have a skewed perception of time? like imagine an entity that has, from our perspective, 3 seconds of existence from start to finish. but has no memory of any other thing, how would they percieve it? like in terms of porportionalty of memory and time.

this is rough text...think i wrote this somewhere else.