On the microwave, when one of the numbers, 5 or less, is pushed, the microwave oven goes on for the number of minutes equal to the number pushed. Yesterday, I noticed that after I pushed the number 3, appearing on the LED thing, where the time is counted down, was the word, flashing once ... twice ... "EXPRESS." Then the 3:00 appeared and changed to 2:59, 2:58, until the machine beep-beep-beeped, flashing "READY." I never saw that before, not the "READY," but the "EXPRESS."
Then I got to thinking. In the nearly five years I have been using the microwave, I had not seen "EXPRESS" flash on that little screen. Twice it flashed. So, it is a new thing. But why did this "EXPRESS" mode simply appear when I had not noticed it in five years? And how could this happen?
There is but one rational explanation. It is an experiment, not my experiment, but someone else's experiment. And I am apparently an innocent subject in someone else's experiment.
It is an experiment involving time. The microwave is not a simple microwave oven designed to heat stuff, but a device to speed up time. You see, in "EXPRESS" mode, time is sped up by the machine.
And how am I supposed to know that time is sped up? I'm not supposed to know. I'm the subject; I'm not supposed to know.
But now that I know, what do I do? I don't know who is running the experiment or why; so, what do I do? I'll stop using the microwave like They want me to do. And then we'll see what happens. Nobody is speeding up time on me.