The illusion of time

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  • Tuesday, 24 Dec 2013

Technology gives us more time, and less.

WITH radio signals controlling her solar wristwatch, a Berkeley, California physicist times her life to the second whenever she’s in her native Munich in Germany, delighting when she walks out onto the platform just as the train arrives.

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The illusion of time


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