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Can prolonged distortions in our perception of time have physiological effects?
For example, if someone stayed in a nearly constant state of bliss where "time flew"...or on the flip side, if someone partook mainly in activities where "time stood still"...would this have a biological effect on perhaps, the aging process?
I think typically any differences here would largely be attributed to the neuro-chemical/emotional relationships in our bodies during these different states, but what if these differences in our perception of time were to blame?
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