Time is something that we experience on a daily basis; characterised by notions such as the past, present and the future. Its progression is embodied in our continued experience of the future becoming the present, while the present becomes the past. In fact, it would be impossible to talk of motion or dynamics without the concept of time and its progression. In this sense, it is very similar to our experience of space.
Just as it is natural to ask
where a certain event has taken place, it is also natural to ask when it occurred. Therefore, time,
along with spatial coordinates, is a marker for deﬁning events. However, it is clear that time is diferent to space in how we experience it in our daily lives.