What would happen if time stops? Are we bound tightly to it, or would we continue to slide along the time line with our time inertia? There seems to be some evidence that this may be the case…
I wake up in the dark early hours of the morning, and go to bed when it’s still daylight outside. How does daylight saving time give me more daylight?
Ultimate daylight saving time: bears have the right idea about maximising their sunlight time by hibernating through the dark winter months and staying awake for the sunshine! The rest of us are being duped…
So 10 minutes morphs into an hour, and if my train turns up on platform 1 on time, I’ll be getting onto it when I should be getting off.
After over a year of ignoring each other, contact has been made with my doppelganger! A public acknowledgement of each other’s existence, but I’m worried…
The Dutch train service continues to amaze me! Today we have the anti gravity train – the sign on the Dutch train window shows objects flying free from the pull of gravity!
Old Father Time – a personification of time. But would you say he has a personality? A jovial old fellow who delights in our brief moments in time, or a grumpy old codger who’s seen and experienced it all before? I this recent experience of mine might show that he has a sense of humour!
Nature is driven out to make way for these temporally displaced humans until it is safe, peaceful and clean again. And I think I count myself amongst those persecuted creatures. My natural aversion to time shifters makes me wonder. Would I be welcoming to a true time traveler if ever I should meet one? I hope so, but maybe evidence is pointing otherwise 🙁
I have a doppelganger. He looks a bit like me and he behaves a bit like me. But he’s not … More
So here it is! All of my seemingly endless journeys and musings about time travel on my daily train commute … More
Now that we’re in summer time I departed for work on a train which left – relatively speaking (and even … More
Some time ago I wrote about an infinitesimally small moment in time by using a thought experiment involving a fly … More