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bunker would orient himself according to his usual daily program, by inertia. After approximately 5-6 days, the heart beat slowed down, the blood pressure was reduced and the awake and sleep rhythm switched to 25 hours. Continuing the experiment, they discovered that after a month, the biological rhythm of the person deteriorated so much that he sometimes entered in a coma, as loneliness and lack of communication had a terrible impact on psychological nature. At the end of the experiment, the length of one day for the person under study became 36 hours. Following a recovery period, the person subjected to the study stated he could not remember very much from the experiment because he could not associate things with any notion of time. The only thing he could do was to associate various events with activities oc- curred around another main event, for example “when I hurt my hand” or “when I spilled the cup of tea”. The Russian researchers concluded that this is why the ancient writings often explained events in the same way: “in Novak’s time, when the water came out of the riverbed for the second time and Guri’s woman gave birth to their youngest daughter (…)”. In past times, people were much closer to the rhythm of nature and did not have a global notion of perceiving time; to each of them, the fl ow of events came in personal terms or, at the most, related to the rhythm of their village. Conclusion The concept of time, as duration of a certain process, is a result of the way memory and the mind store information, organizing it in an implicit order. It is possible that the biological rhythm of the human body is also coordinated from and stored in the brain, and if this is the case, then modifying the environment where a human being is living, may correspondingly alter the biological rhythm. We may conclude that the way an inventor exposes a new idea is related both to the specifi c inner way of thinking, as well as to the external environment, which noticeably infl uences one’s ability to present something completely new and unique. That moment when an artist or a researcher discov- ers something new through their creative activity, is a moment related to both the inner groundwork and thei "Vf&VBf"F2&V6B2'F7V&ǐ'FBF7&VFR7W'FfRVf&VBf VrVRF&R27&VFfR276&RvRbBR#