I have a theory about this: my thoughts are not disorderly . . .

27 April 2007

. . . the linear construction of time is just faulty. Thus, when I wrote about the Weingarten article as a gedankenexperiment, I was referring to it as an excellent way to frame an argument about the inability to differentiate between high quality and low quality performances in lots of cases.

As an aside, Googling ‘nonlinear perception of time,’ returned what looks like an interesting article from a fascinating tome of conference proceedings.

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