One might think that our sense of passing time actually comes from increasing entropy is by measuring how unconscious entropy increases around us that we "feel" the passage of time, as events occur over time ... etc. 

we can see the thermodynamic equilibrium as a state where entropy increases more (assuming our isolated system), ie not undergoing the most over time. Yet we know that this event, a system that has reached thermodynamic equilibrium, takes place in time, time continues to pass. 

To based on these findings, it seems that our idea of a state of balance (which is not really as valid for systems perfectly isolated approach but very many of the physical phenomena), the image that it will be done, what our intuition tells us ... etc.. Maybe this night finally our understanding of time and we can not capture its ineffable.

This confusion has developed since the late nineteenth century and we still observe the effects, because our way of saying the customary time, the semantically linked to the temporality of the phenomena, tend to forget that when the arrow time disappears from the evolution of a system, ie when the evolution of the system becomes stationary, when it happens for him nothing new, over time, it continues to manufacturing time, a period which certainly does not change anything, but simply that guarantees the permanence of the system that we claim to describe.