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Microbiologist Colton Fritzler was ready to head home after another typical Tuesday, but was shocked when he walked past the clock, which showed that it was only 10:02 AM. Puzzled at the disparity, he immediately started researching bends in space time.
“It’s the only plausible explanation,” said Fritzler, who missed several important time points in his experiments as a result of his new research into black holes and time travel. “I know it sounds crazy, but I’ve definitely worked for at least eight hours today,” said Friztler. “Yet this clock is mistakenly showing that it’s only a quarter past ten.”
“It’s simple; we must be stuck in some sort of time flake.” Ween asked what a time flake was he refused to elaborate further.
While a full investigation into Fritzler’s claim is ongoing, Fritzler’s supervisor Dr. Rhea McFarlane remains skeptical.
“I mean, that’s ridiculous right?” said Dr. McFarlane. “Look here, my office clock has the same time as the one Fritzler is claiming ‘warped time.’”
“If he just wanted to go to the baseball game that he was talking about all week, he could have just asked,” sighed an exasperated Dr. McFarlane.
As research into this matter continues, it has already been met with skepticism from the scientific community, defying what many scientists refer to as “basic physics.”