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The Mechanics of Time
The Mechanics of Time Time is a given; a constant except when every clock you have displays a different time. Daylight Savings Time, spring forward; an hour lost, gone, disappeared, vaporized into nothing but molecules of super-charged air. Time to reset every clock by a lost hour; but what happens when each one shows a different time? Two clocks on coffee machines, off by one minute each; two more kitchen clocks, one on the oven, the other on the microwave both showing different times. According to every device in my house time seems to be vanishing by incremental seconds, then minutes. The Apple I-Pad device that syncs to some remote world-wide system, displays still another variation of time gone awry. If time is a given, a constant, then how is it possible that these five devices can all be off by a nanosecond, a second, a minute or more? Time seems to have warped into another dimension in my kitchen; does this mean this is the end of the time-space continuum? Even worse, this apparent irreversible time shift seems to envelop my whole house. In one bedroom there are two more different time zones appearing. Another two in the family room, both unequal in their precise measurement of time; these are followed by three other different time zones in another part of the house. By my count I am trapped in eleven different time zones with all of them not even off by the same margin of error. If the mechanics of time are a given and can be calculated down to the millionth of a second, how is it possible that time has become broken in my house when the clocks are reset for Daylight Savings Time?
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