How does your brain perceive time? Do we have some kind of clock in our heads? Why does time seem to change speeds?
And yes, I know that time isn't actually constant, that's one of the main realizations from Einstein's Relativity. But that only plays an effect with large differences in velocity. On Earth, in our day to day experiences, time is effectively constant.
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