|MadSci Network: Physics|
I was sitting listening to music one morning, and I noticed that the tempo was a lot faster than it had been the night before. Is there any scientific basis to suggest that time is moving faster when I first wake up than when I went to sleep? Is it just my perception of the music in the morning apposed to when I listened to it at night, or is time traveling faster then it was the last time I heard the music? I know this sounds strange, hope you guys can answer this.
Re: Does time move faster or slower sometimes?
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