Biology Essay | Relativity of Boilogical Perception

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Relativity of Boilogical Perception

Summary: The relativity of the rates at which human beings perceive the world around them in different situations has much to do with their mindset at the time. Bad events seem to take longer, while good times seem to pass quickly.
Andrew Abrahams

Biological relativity of the minds perception of time

The human mind compares every moment and event to a predetermined basic rate at which any given mind believes that moment or event should have transpired, immediately deciding weather or not time seemed to have been passing slowly or quickly. Resultantly, every moment or event, in terms of time, is relative to any other moment or event and will seem to have passed quickly or slowly depending on the event it is related to. During moments of high tension and stress time will seem to be passing relatively faster than if the mind was under no strain since during these periods the metabolic rate is higher. The mind adapts to different scenarios by either increasing or decreasing the metabolism in order to perceive events and in doing so react to them more quickly. However, it does...

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