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The past and future are the only time constructs that have dimension, and therefore exist. But do they? The future hasn't happened yet, by definition. There is no guarantee that it will exist, so therefore may not exist either. That leaves the past.
I just saw it! There it is!
But seriously... Our senses never experience "the present", since there is inherent lag in processing the signals generated by our sensory organs. What we observe is always an image, sound or smell of the very recent past.
Our senses always experience the present. The inherent lag comes from consciousness, or what we imagine the present to be.