"Physicists have no problem answering the question of ‘If a tree falls in the woods and no one’s there to hear it, does it make a sound?’ They say, ‘Yes! Of course it makes a sound!’ Likewise, if time flows without entropy and there’s no one there to experience it, is there still time? Yes. There’s still time."
After listening to a few "Einstein’s God" interviews, my head is swimming in “what is time” versus “how do I feel time.” Well this Wired article has my head spinning even more.