Saturday Mix – April 8, 2017 – A Theory of Time

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Image: Digital landscapes by Yuri Shwedoff

My Uncle Horace had a theory about time.

He’d say that within each second of time there stretched an infinite amount of time. He thought time was a relative structure and was far more complex than we really understood.

My Aunt Rona thought he had a screw loose but one day he shocked us all disappearing for what was a brief time in our reckoning but when he returned he said he’d been into a second and travelled for eight hours before coming out again.

He described what he saw, my Aunt had him committed. We loved him anyway.

 

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7 Responses to Saturday Mix – April 8, 2017 – A Theory of Time

  1. Lyn says:

    Poor Horace. But, think of the fun he can have. He may have been committed, but if he can “skip time,” he can go away for a whole day and only be missing for a minute or two. Rock on Horace! 😀

  2. mandibelle16 says:

    Very interesting. Good family in the end 🙂

  3. Lorraine says:

    I think I had an Uncle Horace on my father’s side. Fun response to the prompt, and now I get the “I’ll be back in a second” theory of relative time.

  4. Bastet says:

    Oh my and what if poor Uncle Horace wasn’t mad at all .. still, I love the idea of relative existence and enjoy the thought that one man’s madness is another’s sanity.

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