Time is infinitely divisible, so a duration of one second contains an infinite amount of moments, so one second is an infinite duration, but, yet, compared to the rest of time it is finite. So a duration of one second is both finite and infinite in duration.

Now, at a certain point in time I begin my earthly existence, at this point I experience my first moment. In order to live to one second I have to go through an infinite amount of moments, in other words an infinite duration. To live for one second is impossible if the speed of the flow of time is finite, for at any finite speed it will take forever to live for one second, so that the only possibility left is that the speed of the flow of time is infinite, for only if it’s infinite can I reach one second in a finite amount of time, rather only if it’s infinite can I reach the one second mark in one second.

Since a duration of one second is both finite and infinite, when we compare two seconds to one second we realize that two seconds contains a larger infinity of moments than one second. What this equates to that the flow of time at the two second mark is faster than the flow of time at the one second mark, because I am going still going through an infinity of moments when I go through to the mark of two seconds even though two seconds is a duration larger than infinite, this is so because it is still infinite unless we proceed infinitely into the future (assuming time extends infinitely into the future) where we would truly go beyond infinite, because at such a time the speed of the flow of time is infinitely beyond infinite, in other words truly beyond infinite. Because of this we can say in a sense that two seconds is faster than one second. But in living through one second I experience one second, just as I in living through two seconds I experience two seconds, because in living through two seconds I have to pass through one second, so that gives me one second, but in living through two seconds I pass through only one second, so that gives me one second, because I lived through one second and two seconds in passing through time to the two second mark I experience two seconds of duration, although two seconds is faster than one second, and seemingly should be a shorter duration according to our view.

So as I go through time the speed of the flow of time is getting faster and faster but yet I do not experience it getting faster and faster, time appears to have a uniform speed but this is only an appearance, the reality is that it is getting faster and faster, in fact if time goes on infinitely into the future, the flow of time is progressing in such a way that it is getting infinitely larger than infinite in it’s speed. In an infinite amount of time it will literally go beyond infinite in it’s speed, because at this point it’s speed will be infinitely beyond infinite.