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"From the Ted Talk by Andrew Zimmerman Jones: Does time exist?"

#### Unscramble the Blue Letters

Like all current threoeis of everything, that eatiqoun is speculative. But as a thought experiment, if it or a similarly time-starved equation turned out to be true, would that mean that time doesnât exist, at the most fundamental level? Could time just be some sort of ilouslin generated by the limitations of the way we perceive the unvsriee? We donât yet know, but maybe thatâs the wrong way of thinking about it. Instead of asking if time exists as a fundamental property, maybe it could exist as an emergent one.

#### Open Cloze

Like all current **________** of everything, that **________** is speculative. But as a thought experiment, if it or a similarly time-starved equation turned out to be true, would that mean that time doesnât exist, at the most fundamental level? Could time just be some sort of **________** generated by the limitations of the way we perceive the **________**? We donât yet know, but maybe thatâs the wrong way of thinking about it. Instead of asking if time exists as a fundamental property, maybe it could exist as an emergent one.

#### Solution

- theories
- universe
- illusion
- equation

#### Original Text

Like all current theories of everything, that equation is speculative. But as a thought experiment, if it or a similarly time-starved equation turned out to be true, would that mean that time doesnât exist, at the most fundamental level? Could time just be some sort of illusion generated by the limitations of the way we perceive the universe? We donât yet know, but maybe thatâs the wrong way of thinking about it. Instead of asking if time exists as a fundamental property, maybe it could exist as an emergent one.#### Important Words

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