Direct Quotations - Long
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Logan describes the Einsteinian vew of time as being merely the relationship between different events:
If there were no events in the universe, then there would be no time. We have all, no doubt, experienced this concept psychologically. When nothing is happening to us, we lose our sense of time. Those who have spent long periods of time underground with nothing to do lose their sense of time altogether. We are most aware of time when we have a great number of things we must do (Logan, 2010, p. 456).
The most important concept presented here is that time itself does not have an independent existence. It only exists because ...
Full reference for the Reference List / Bibliography
|Logan, R.K. (2010) Poetry of physics and the physics of poetry. London: World Scientific.|