When is now? Albert Einstein famously wrote "...the distinction between past, present and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion." This is a difficult concept to grasp because time for us is real. We're certain that there's a chronological order to events that cannot be ignored. However, possibilities abound when we step away from that linear narrative. If we look for flaws in the cosmic clock idea, where time ticks by at the same rate for everyone everywhere, we find them. Physicists have sussed them out with theories, poets with words, and painters with images skewed. All the dimensions of space, and all the dimensions of time exist in this “block” universe simultaneously. Everything that has happened, is happening or will happen continue to be so – then is now, now is now, when is now.