Why You're Spending Time Thinking About the Future in the Present

January 3, 2016

Time speeds up and slows down in mysterious ways. A minute is always 60 seconds but it can seem like forever if you're waiting on line. Or like nothing at all if you're also playing Angry Birds. Science journalist Claudia Hammond unlocks some oft hese mysteries in a book called "Time Warped." Among them -- why we're so drawn to thinking about the future.


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