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Time, it isn't simple at all!
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Posted 11/14/12
So, if you could choose the pace of time. What would it be?
Fast or slow

Tell me why. (Yes, you can go all philosophical if you want)
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Posted 11/15/12
Slower.
Reasoning : Bullet time, we're in the Matrix, baby.


In all seriousness though, slower so we'd live longer, spend more time together, because time is more precious than we know.
Posted 11/15/12
Slower, perhaps.

So that we could cherish all the things in this world without regretting it that easily..
Posted 11/15/12
I like this question
I would like time to flow naturally the way it already is. The way I see it is that all of our good and bad memories, experiences,
love's, pains are Part of a learning process, so that we may grow mentally and spiritually...to become the best versions of ourselves.
I believe that the existence of ones life is soo beautiful by itself.., the simple fact that you were here and lived is enough. I finally see
why the journey is more important that the destination...life is short, but I think its better that way.
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Posted 11/15/12
hmm... I'm not sure I'd want to mess with time at all but I would like to have more time in a day. Once you have a lot of responsibilities, there is so little time in a day to stop and enjoy the things you love. It would be cool to fast forward a bit when your doing something you hate or have no interest in.
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Since time is relative anyway, I reckon I could speed it up/ slow it down if I concentrated reaaaallly hard.
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I don't know about a philosophical answer, but my rational everyday answer is that I actually download a lot of videos and podcasts and play them back at about 1.75x speed, which is about the limit of what is still understandable and enjoyable, but saves a lot of time.
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Posted 11/15/12
Burn all clocks, they're dictators!

And then let time flow naturally.
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Posted 11/15/12
didn't someone say time is relative?
I forgot which scientist said that.
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Posted 11/15/12

haikinka wrote:

Since time is relative anyway, I reckon I could speed it up/ slow it down if I concentrated reaaaallly hard.


You can. Time is just a mental construct.

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Posted 11/15/12
slower, cause i could deflect punches with my finger tips and then mess somebody up real bad.
Posted 11/15/12
slower, 24 hours a day just isn't enough.
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Posted 11/15/12
I would slow time down. School, homework, errands and then the day is almost over before you need to have your 7-9 hour long sleep.
Although faster time would be hillarious
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Posted 11/15/12
I guess slower, then we have more time for everything, you could think a bit longer about what you're doing- + Time goes to fast anyway, you've probably heard of this quote. Life's short no matter how you look at it -.-
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Posted 11/15/12 , edited 11/15/12
If I were not serious I'd say fast during work slow when I'm off.

Realistically I think if I spend so much time of my day working for so many years of my life I'll end up disappointed with my life having wished it would just breeze by when it was inconvenient.
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