Time May Be the Most Confounding Subject in Science

Gerald R. Baron
10 min readFeb 14
Photo by Andrik Langfield on Unsplash

Our experience of time is so simple and settled that it doesn’t even register when suggestions are made that we don’t understand it. Of course we understand it. We are born, we live, we die. Only two things are certain: death and taxes. Time, Mark Twain sagely said, was something that kept everything from happening at once.

Gerald R. Baron

Dawdling at the intersection of faith, science, philosophy and theology.