Professor Pi, answers: “Why time appears to speed up with age (idea)” and concludes:

Life is half over at age ten, and three quarters over at age thirty. Note the rapid increase at very young ages: in the initial stages of life, life itself makes big strides forward.

The math quickly got away from me, but I have always believed time sped up the older I got — this is all the “proof” that I need. Simply the most fascinating thing I have read a quite a while.

This finally explains why my Grandpa is content — no, perfectly happy — to wait for a product he wants to go on sale even though that wait might be a year or more. Whereas I can’t stand the fact that I still haven’t received Kickstarter projects that I backed just this year.

Posted by Ben Brooks