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Time flies as we get older?

We got into a discussion in class today as we discussed Chapter 3, the Great Mystery of Time, about why it is that time seems to move so much faster as we age. This morning, as if attempting to answer our question, comes this article: "It's true that time flies by faster as we get older -- and here's the reason why. If you Google the title, you'll find that there's actually a lot of research on the subject, but for this entry, we'll just cite the latest research from the University of Michigan's Psychology website:

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