Physicist Brian Greene
One day, the flow of time will seems as real to us as the flow of a river.
Notes: One day, time itself will lose its meaning. Einstein said that time is experienced individually for each person. The distinction of past, present and future is only an illusion. Time doesn't exist in the sense of a universal tick tock. It is all about perception. Motion through space affects the passage of time. Space and time are fused together in what is called space-time. Motion slows the passage of time. Gravity, like motion can affect time. The strong the gravitational pulse, the more time slows, the effect may be too small to notice. We don't seem to be able to prove that time travel is possible or impossible. We experience through the illusion of time, but because of our scientific discoveries, we can also look beyond experience and recognize that we are part of a far richer and far stranger reality.
What is the Arrow of Time?
Did it begin with the Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago? (light at the left side)