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    Time is relative.

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    If I am reading or thinking about something really mind-blowing, alternatively talking to someone who really stimulates me, I can experience great time loss.
    As for just drifting away, there have been times that several hours disappeared.
    I'm usually awakened by base needs.

    Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come

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    I quite often don't even remember what day of the week it is. If I'm let to my own I will even forget what month it is. I guess being an INTP it makes sense that Time is very low on my priority list unless it's important for me to remember.
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    Yeah agreed with the general "not really ever in touch with reality" thing that most the NTs are talking about in this thread

    I'm guessing you are talking about really deep thought though, where you are not paying any attention what-so-ever to anything around you

    If I'm alone I can slip in and out of these and I've never really timed it, I noticed 20mins had passed once when I got really deep in thought if that helps

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