Phenomenology includes our experience-in-time. I now know and can appreciate that whatever events we experience, and our perceptions of them, is of energy-matter happening in space-time. Life is our experiences and our perceptions taking place in time. I point out that one consequence of Albert Einstein’s E = mc2 equation was the collapse of absolute time. I emphasize that no matter how time is defined or how it is viewed, the very presence and essence of time implies change. In a previous post, when I discussed evolution, I referred to change as unfolding. In reality, all of our experiences and their perceptions involve time and change: Time changes: Experiences and events change. Time changes: Consciousness changes (awake/alert). Time changes: Awareness can change (cognitio sensibilis perception of the experience). Time changes: Comprehension can change (cognitio intellectualis perception of the experience). Time changes: Knowledge can change (useable knowledge may increase). I remind the readers that the CACK Model concerns consciousness, awareness, comprehension, and knowledge.