👋 Good morning Twitter, time for a quick Saturday experiment:
Answer the question below, and only *then* read the subsequent tweet for context.
"Next Wednesday's meeting has been moved forward two days. What day is it now on?"
According to the research described in this @claudiahammond story (via @davidbauer newsletter), the answer can tell you how you perceive the passage of time.
Really interesting, and something I'd never questioned before https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20200520-why-lockdown-life-feels-like-its-going-faster …
It also feels like this means "clocks go back" and "clocks go forward" might not be the best shorthand to use for moving in and out of daylight saving time 🤔
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