Time Perception: Live Longer by Jumping from a Car
BBC reporter Matt Danzico explains the science behind the flexibility of time and how he lived the longest perceived year on record in human history by fighting boxers and riding bicycles blindfolded.
Matt Danzico is a staff reporter and video journalist at the BBC News, who primarily focuses on science and technology in the US. He has previously worked as a video producer at Discovery Channel and reporter at the Tokyo Shimbun, a Japanese newspaper. Matt is also the founder of several web-based social experiments. Most recently, he created a social media-based time perception project called The Time Hack, which forced him to participate in a new and unusual activity each day throughout 2011 in order to explore whether our perception of time is influenced by our actions.