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Posted by Daniel Johnson on March 20, 2003 01:19:43 UTC

The data you outline don't suggest the conclusion you reach--or rather, it is only one of many possible conclusions, and your conclusion doesn't meet the test of Occam's Razor.

Which is simpler?
1)Everything we believe about time is wrong, and we have to throw it out and start over because of the results of a psychological test, or
2)The human brain is often wired asymmetrically, leading some people to perceive time differently from others?

Red-green colorblind people perceive color differently from me, but that doesn't mean we need a new theory of light.

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