While keeping the fine balance between science and philosophy, I am taking the challenge and trying to organise my understanding on the below topics as a series of chapters. (It is a long learning process for me and I am in the beginning phase of materialising my thoughts scientifically; slowly available in coming years). I believe Thermodynamics 2nd law explanation for psychological time is not complete and require some revision.
Below I enlist some of the highlights and quest for writing the chapters (Increasing order of the complexity)
How our brain perceives time?
If the total energy of the universe is constant and space expansion is function of time; where to fit the brain in the equation?
Why and what makes our brain time dependent or judgemental (comparative)? Consciousness can be defined in space time model?
How and when we learn and if learning is time dependent; how our brain control and perceive time at first
Magic of the brain wave oscillations and generation of our own clock; than what is the battery of the clock?
What can we learn from our sleep and awake cycle?
How small physical, biological and cellular timed events can teach us the human brain and universal behaviour
What is the contribution of genes and its translation to a living brain, society, country, global and universal behavioural phenotype?
Why human beings need religion, love, hate and anger; how do they develop? What is common in global leaders
What are the challenges to understand if "free will" exist?
The most beautiful and difficult chapters of your life will always be in a very personal box of expression. It is hard to share that box with the rest of the world as you might runout of physical and emotional expressions.
However, if you want, there is a way!
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