"Time in the Brain," by Dr. Chess Stetson
What's the difference between neural and physical time? Why does time seem to speed up as we get older, or go in slow motion when we get really, really scared? Chess will demonstrate a few recently-discovered temporal illusions, and explain how our perception of time is strongly linked to our retrospective feelings on past events.
Dr. Chess Stetson is a neurophysiologist from Caltech, and a featured expert on National Geographic Channel's Brain Games. When he isolates a single brain cell, he feels like he just landed on the moon.