Yes, you most certainly can feel Time because Time is kinetic energy. This becomes very apparent when not ‘at rest’, i.e. when subject to a force other than just the forward movement of Time. Owing to the curvature of space created by the Earth’s mass, all human beings experience the ‘force’ of gravity, that being the Earth’s resistance to our continual forward momentum through Time towards the centre of the Earth. We still progress through the universe at exactly the same speed of Absolute-Time but we are in resistance to this speed because we are not in an inertial frame of reference. So, for example, when we walk up stairs, or sharply change direction in a car, the additional pressure we experience is our increased resistance to this forward momentum of Absolute-Time. If we resist this momentum too severely, e.g. by accelerating at a speed in excess of 10G in any direction, then this resistance will result in death. In the process, our Relative-Time might well have changed, as according to a clock, for example, but in terms of Absolute-Time, there can be no change because Absolute-Time is absolutely inflexible. That is how much we can feel Time!
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