Source: Brooke Taylor, ctvnews.ca, June 06, 2021
The group of volunteers had no contact with the outside world, no internet, just each other to pass the time.
TORONTO — After 40 days in a cave with no clocks and no sunlight, the director of an unusual project designed to test humans’ perception of time says he would do it all again, without hesitation.
The Deep Time project had 15 volunteers enter a cave with no sunlight and no clocks for 40 days and 40 nights. The aim of the isolation study was to see what happened when people had no sense of time, inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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