Sometimes an hour feels like a mere few minutes, sometimes the distance between fixed points X and Y feels more than what it was yesterday, is it just in our head or is it just the nature of space/time?

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  • It is the head, compare to the temperature vs the wind chill. A better place to ask is Psychology SE. – Conifold Dec 6 at 18:42
  • Feelings are in the head. They may or may not be influenced by reality. – David Thornley Dec 6 at 19:23
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    Time is just in the head. At least that's what I say if I'm late to a meeting. – Eliran Dec 7 at 4:56
  • One view would say that time is just in our heads and this is the nature of space-time. This view would see your question as a misunderstanding. . – PeterJ Dec 7 at 11:48

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