We are using the things around us to quantify time! The simplest of these is the movement of the sun, the moon, the stars and the change of the seasonal climate.
With our progress, man invented the clockwork. Humans perceive time in their own language. One minute, one second, one hour, 24 hours a day, 60 minutes an hour, 60 seconds a minute, we use the number combination of minutes to represent points on each timeline, and the relationship between the two can be viewed as a mapping of two sets. Each digital combination corresponds to a unique point in time on a one-way timeline.
Thus, humans have a new sense of time: what time is now? How many seconds have passed? And so on and so forth we use a combination of Numbers represented by a clock machine to determine the present time, and we measure the length of time by the variation of the number combination.
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