volume 79, issue 16, P199-199 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00147
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R. Duncan

Abstract: Time is our most familiar means of organizing thought and action, yet it is also the most illusive. Awareness of time as a perceptible one‐way flow is a central facet of human consciousness. Everyone knows what time is but anyone would be hard pressed to define it. Is time unidirectional? Does it tick by at a constant rate? How do we measure it? How do we make sense of time before human experience? These are some of the mind‐bending questions that Derek York introduces in his short and very readable collectio…

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