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Didn't Einstein theorize that time isn't linear, but that our perceptions shape it that way?
Jumping on the grass in a second is, really, not that big a deal on top of every other thing you process ever millisecond you're on a bike.
If you look at time perception as an issue of memory, then it looks like memory is behind all of time perception.
To point: a second is an *awful* lot of time -- 60 bpm is slooooow -- but in order to realize a second of time has *passed* humans need to remember that they started counting a second ago.