This special edition of Scientific American contains six articles full of remarkable insights into the inner workings of your body and your mind. How does your biological clock keep you running? How does your brain make chronological sense of your experiences and memories? You'll also hear how scientists are striving to understand time, from its very origins to the possibility of a time machine. And, you'll get a fascinating history of the timepiece.More
This special edition of Scientific American focuses on "time": what it is, how we interact with it, define it, and measure it. "That Mysterious Flow" by Paul Davies examines our perception of time as a constant flow from past to future and explains the reasons that this is in all likelihood an illusion. Also included are five articles that look at the philosophy of time, the possibilities of time travel, how our brains biological clocks function, how our minds chronologically organize our experience, and a history of human efforts to build better time keeping devices. The narration of this audio edition is clear, crisp, and engaging providing an engrossing experience for listeners looking to expand their understanding or simply looking to kill time.
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