Good question:how does our brain experience time? Inresearching your question, I came across an article which opens with anargument that if we were to mess with our perception of time, we could, in away, live longer. If we make it so thatevery minute that passes feels likean hour has gone by, we could expand the human lifespan. Our ability to detect the passing of time andestimate intervals of time seems to be the result of a group effort. Neurons in brain structures such as the cerebellumand basal ganglia have been implicated as parts of the brain necessary for ourperception of time (Sinicki, n.
d.). Additionally, the hippocampus, and striatum have also been considered astime centers (Reas, 2013).