War, Science, and Philosophy in a Fractured World. So, or so, Washington State. A friend and I were camping for the weekend and drove around much of Saturday looking for an open campground. We eventually found a place where we could park the car, and hike down into a canyon with a nice secluded camping area by a stream.
It wasi was up early for work but the dog had got out and run off down the street so by the time i was ready to leave it was about 5. I had to run to the train station Elizabeth S. It arrived at 6. I immediatly closed my eyes again and drifted off knowing exactly how long I had to go before I reached terminus at Adelaide grand central station to catch an ajoining train.
I woke suddenly in a bit of a panic as the train pulled in to Adelaide not unsual as you know if you ever fell asleep on a train. So, rushing thru the terminal to get a connecting train, since I was late, I bumped into my brother who lived in another suburb but worked at the same place.
He was having a leisurly breakfast of sausages and stuff at a station diner. So i ask him why he didnt catch our regular connecting train and hes having a nice big slow brekky. He says, He woke an hour early thinking it was later because he dosent use an alarm clock and he got to Adelaide and realised he had plenty of time, and then he asked me why im so early.
Im thinking, geez, stop smoking on the way to work were both late.
But he says no were not its only 6 am and he points out the station clocksure enuff it does indeed say 6 am but im not buying it naturally. The clock has to be stuffed.
So i ask an fella walking by, yup 6am. Now im confused as hell, like "wtf? So does another person, who gives me a weird look. So I left Elizabeth station at 6. Anyway, my brother an I catch a connecting train, and arrive outside work half hour early.
I never figured it out. Incidently, i rang the time recorded service when i got home to check the clocks were right and they were.
Neither was it changeover day, or anywhere near it, for daylight savings. I dont by abduction, with other people in the train, so it remains a mystery. Has anyone else honestly experienced a similar "time anomaly" that they dont immediatly put down to being abducted by aliens?Absolute oddest thing that ever happened to me that I think would have been a delusion if I hadn't been with someone at the time.
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Then, I looked up and saw beautiful stars.
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