The days are definitely going by faster now. >inb4 it's because you're getting older. This isn't that.

The days are definitely going by faster now
>inb4 it's because you're getting older
This isn't that. One "24 hour" day now only lasts about 14-16 old world hours, if I had to estimate.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Are you only counting the hours you are awake?

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    it's because you're getting older
    moron

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      26 here. Yes, the day goes by in an instant and it is demoralizing. I actually attempted a similar calculation and would have said it is best case 2/3 of what it used to be, meaning 16 hours. By now i am somewhat accustomed and i absolutely CAN NOT stand this kindergarten tier explanations that always come up ,

      As you get older, each day, year, becomes less of an overall percentage of your life. Take a year's time, comparatively between a 10 year old and someone who has lived to see 100. For one, it's ten percent of their entire life. The other, just one percent. Overall time feels less and less significant the older you get.

      . It isn"t that, i don't know what is happening, most sane explanation is time perception altering from wifi signals etc.
      Also it isn't cause i spend time on my phone, saturdays are for chores inside and mostly outside and i don't browse the internet then and they go the fastest.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    We are in the middle of the Apocalypse and it shows.

    Society already is divided in 3.5/4.
    3.5 are the cattle, 0.5 the remnants dissidents.
    The internet is owned by them, everything is controlled by them while we control almost nothing except partially where we can choose to go and die.
    Diagnosis: We lost, no organization on our side, the NWO is heading strongly toward their goal.
    While we are all divided between meaningless reasons and most refuse to acknowledge the truth.
    Christ here, allah there, yhwh here, buddha there.
    Truth is God and pathetically everyone who says they fight the good cause doesn't know it and avoids it at all costs.
    There will come a point where we have to choose to do what is right or retreat to the mountains in order to die off with the knowledge that we did absolutely jack shit to try and change things.
    Frick politics, frick false religions, frick scientism, and most of all frick whoever gave their responsibility up to someone else instead of developing within them the true will.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    one mississippi two mississippi

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Im glad im not the only one who has noticed this. Its getting ridiculous, almost reaching parody in the past 5 years especially.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What the actual frick?! I was thinking about this just an hour ago
    The days themselves feel like there about 10-12 hrs long
    What's going on ? Is the simulation malfunctioning ? Software or firmware upgrades downgrades ?
    I've noticed people are more one dimensional than ever now in public just 100% of the time on their phones
    I'm tempted to track an random npc and see how there day goes

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I noticed this as well. I remember having time to do shit when I was a neet 10 years ago. I could draw, write, edge, gaym, and watch anime in a day and still have time to waste. Now as a neet I have 2/3rds of the time maybe half. I will play a game and four hours go by while it felt like a hour, I will go cook pasta for dinner and a hour and half would go by while I could make it under 30mins before. When I was working I noticed it too, the production slowly got less while the day flew by. Specially around 2020 it ramped up. We would produce less each day like 15% less a day, ironically with more skilled labors. The boss noticed this too and wondered why, to the point that he had to change his pricing. I have experienced time loss too. One time I was fixing a machine while listing to a podcast. I had to take out my ear bud for five minutes. I looked back up at the clock and 48 minutes passed and was almost lunch, but the time on the podcast matched five minutes I had it out of my ear while I cleaned the machine. Now I'm very autistic about time, time to me is like sonic to Chris Chan. So much so that I keep track of it all day. I would say we lost around 35% of it.

  8. 2 months ago
    Seanonymous

    Yeah I've been doing tests. Each day is 2 Mississippis shorter or 17 grains of sand for Europeans.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I have thought this for awhile too. Interested on your estimate on the time.. of course you mean what our generation thought of 24 hours when we were younger.
    I think this has been going on for a long time. Relative to us today, I think the ancient greeks day would be like our current week.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    We are speeding up because we are getting closer to the end....

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    what's up with those little arms bro? dyel?

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    According to calculations we are currently going at 20 seconds per minute. Meaning a day is 3 times faster. 24 hours in 2024 = 8 hours in the 90's.
    >Your day currently lasts 8 hours in "normal" time

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    As you get older, each day, year, becomes less of an overall percentage of your life. Take a year's time, comparatively between a 10 year old and someone who has lived to see 100. For one, it's ten percent of their entire life. The other, just one percent. Overall time feels less and less significant the older you get.

    • 2 months ago
      Seanonymous

      no OP said not that specifically

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        ok, but that's what it is, whether he is willing to admit it or not. you can't just preemptively say the answer is wrong because you don't like it.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          idk man, the little frog has his little arms crossed and everything. I think he's pretty serious.

        • 2 months ago
          Seanonymous

          could be different. OP said he tested it. what if life just moves slower in OP's small town (New York City)?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      while a fun little fact, you're making a large jump of logic assuming we perceive time and memory at the lifetime scale anything like a linear scale.
      We probably don't because we DO know we perceive time and memories in small scale at extremely variable speeds, both in writing memory and recalling memories.
      Infact, our brains modify input frequency and neural activity rates of memories to our advantage constantly and this has been observed in many examples.
      One example is dreams of spacial neural mapping - we, and other animals, relive memories of spacial navigation many times faster than we first experienced them. If our brains are doing that to help us better strengthen important memories during sleep it seems highly likely they'd be doing it all the time to different degrees as well as in input... Even something as simple as repeating similar day patterns has measurable differences in rate and volume of memory writing and recall.

      So I'd say most likely OP is experiencing change in their brain or in their experience patterns and they are feeling the difference in how they make or recall memories.

      OP, slow time perception down by having new experiences and learning new things. Just slowing your breathing down for a few minutes a day will make a change in rate and detail of memory processes. For big impact, exercise and eat well to improve your brain's abilities and you'll feel the difference in a few weeks.

      Good luck.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Additionally, stress over long periods of time (chronic elevated cortisol) will hinder your brain's ability to make new and perceive old memories. This will make it seem like you're moving faster through time as well.. in a way you are.

        Think of it like you're processing more slowly but time around you is chugging along. Stuff seems faster cause the world isn't slowing down like your brain is.

        With the world experiencing a general increase in stress right now, it makes sense many people are feeling this way. The chronic stress is catching up with more of the population.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I have been as stressed for many years. Time is faster. Although this explanation is good maybe for other people. I noticed they are more tired

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I am

        26 here. Yes, the day goes by in an instant and it is demoralizing. I actually attempted a similar calculation and would have said it is best case 2/3 of what it used to be, meaning 16 hours. By now i am somewhat accustomed and i absolutely CAN NOT stand this kindergarten tier explanations that always come up , [...]. It isn"t that, i don't know what is happening, most sane explanation is time perception altering from wifi signals etc.
        Also it isn't cause i spend time on my phone, saturdays are for chores inside and mostly outside and i don't browse the internet then and they go the fastest.

        , i exercise, make my own meals from scratch. The day with most diverse activity goes by the fastest.
        It goes by as fast when doing outside, novel activities. If you are not experiencing it you won't understand.

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've been thinking about this also. I understand I'm getting older, but this doesn't really explain how single days go by so quickly. I feel like I don't even have time to do things anymore and I'm a lot more rushed.

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Time has been destabilized. Don't worry I can fix it anytime I want.

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