According to Thor Heyerdahl, it is almost impossible grasp the meaning of time. He didn't believe it exists and he felt this again and again, when alone and out in nature. As Henry Ford said, it feels at such moments that "life is just one damn thing after another". Nevertheless, in the BBC’s The Wonders of the Universe, Brian Cox argued that, thanks to the second law of thermodynamics, entropy means that does indeed flow, and in only one direction.
"As a species, we can never know where our true potential lies until we confront the systems that keep us tied to the past. And that is where the true adventure will begin" - Thomas Frey
What if our current clock-centric systems are a major contributor to human health problems, meaning that we live shorter lives, produce less, and are involved in more high-stress and high-anxiety situations simply because of our rigid dedication to a time system that governs every single moment of our lives?
And what if we could change this?
See also: Halcyon's Time archive.