The time particularity and the time paradox is that the smaller is the object, than the less is the duration of its existence, but the time is quicker passing for him. Sometimes a moment of life of the small creatures, such as a bee, runs so quickly that the bee itself does not even have time to realize that it exists and is already disappearing from this world.
Clock - is an amazing invention that allows you to count the time. This is a device, which allows a person to organize itself and it’s time, watching events and measure the speed of life. A man without a clock or without a watch measures the time by day and night, by the sunrise and by the sunset, but a person with a clock measures the life by minutes and by seconds.
Meanwhile, people have learned to measure the time not so long ago. First was invented the hourglass, which did not measure the time in actual usual referential units as hours or minutes, allowing only compare the time between events in a short periods. However, with the invention of mechanical clocks and watches, mankind began to lead out the time in a new manner.
In ancient time, the time itself was measured in years, lunar months and days. Each civilization has tried to improve the track of time, but the chronology of events was limited to taking into account the calendar days and years. Modern calendar view was originated in ancient Rome, and the New Year calculation from the 1st of January was introduced by Julius Caesar about two thousand years ago.
Every nation tried to date the history of the world based on different dates. Some nations have tried to keep the chronology from the creation of the world, the others - from the birth of the great person. In the modern world it is accepted to calculate the time starting from the birth of Christ.
In fact, a more or less accurate chronology of events covers only the last few centuries, and greater the remoteness of historical events, the more difficult is to determine the exact date. Chronology errors can be measured in years, and even in centuries.
The modern civilization is very fond of accuracy. Everything in our modern world is subject to accounting, measurement and optimization. And the «TIME», of course, plays an important role in these processes.
Our world is illusory.However, the people’s perception of the illusorynature of the world makes it real.