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I have created the idea that every person has a kind of time fuse somewhere in their head or mind. In my opinion, it is through this fuse, life appears to be a relatively long period of time. Without this fuse, or in the event of its eventual failure, existence will be just a blink of an eye, and any plans for the future will make no sense. Such a state would lead humanity into a kind of psychosis, which would eventually end in self-destruction. There is a chance that in the future, scientists will be able to find this time fuse in the brain and will be able to modify it. In this way, man will be able to live forever... 

The time fuse is also influenced by external factors or individual psychological states, so that people in physical pain or depression live longer than those who are happy, because time for the person in pain flows more slowly in his/her subjective perception.

My thesis here is that 80 years of happiness are shorter than 80 years of physical pain or depression. Thus, people in pain live longer than those who are happy. 

I provide a diagram of this "Time Fuse" concept below:

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