What is Time and Why Do We Call it a Dimension?

Probably this is one of the few times when it would be easier for me to say what time is not instead of what time really is. Even so I cannot deny the importance of time in our lives.

We know how to measure time, we understand that in order to be productive we have to set deadlines and more than that many of us even came with methods of how to be more productive and how you can…

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