As we grow older, our perception of time changes. Years that once seemed to last forever now pass in the blink of an eye. But our perception of time can change in a more immediate sense, too! See how your brain can slow down (or speed up) the clock:
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Key Facts In This Video
The rate at which time passes is constant, unless you're moving at a fraction of the speed of light. 00:14
People tend to think that crescendoing sounds last longer than receding sounds. 01:23
The superior temporal sulcus in the brain is involved in the perception of biological motion, and can inform you of threats before the fight-or-flight response kicks in. 02:08