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Natural scientists fail to define time, yet they agree with philosophers it's crucial at least to our perception of reality. Without time, there could be no change, hence neither life nor civilization would exist. Measuring time and predicting the natural cycles which it drives, such as the seasons, is crucial for agriculture, etc., as ancient monuments testify. Yet time is always relative, even in natural terms.
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