Time, we all wish we had more of it, swiftly moving forward in a neverending stream where the present is the past and the future is now. Or is it?
Even scientists still don’t understand what time is as a whole because time behaves a bit differently in some circumstances.
Did you know that clocks on planes and satellites record time, 90 billionths of a second faster than someone who is standing on the earth?
So, If time can change speed, could it crack, creating a time slip? Well, I guess that . . .
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