The internet is great at fostering communities but even better at dividing humanity along irrelevant fault lines like whether a dress is white and gold or blue and black.
No sooner does someone pose such a question that suggests our shared views of reality may in fact be quite different than the online world is engaged in passionate warfare over something that is obviously subjective.
The newest example of this sort of social cyber warfare drives a wedge into our perception of time itself. According to one TikTok user, whose video went viral when it was shared on Twitter, there are basically two types of ways people discern time. He provided a test: When someone says that a noon meeting has been moved forward by two hours do you understand that to mean that the meeting is now at 10 AM or 2 PM?
sorry to shitpost but i watched this and was like “who tf would say 10am?” and my h*sband said “me” pic.twitter.com/yd4BYNVRxd
— Amanda Rosenberg…
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