Night Over Day Over Night
I love time. I like wearing my watch, keeping track of where my day is going and I absolutely hate being late. Time is governed mainly by the passing of days and nights: we work through the day and sleep at night. This is the periodicity we all live by. But what if you tried to break this cycle? What is you decided how long your day would be? In 1974, in the small town of Los Almos, New Mexico, a man named Dr. Mitchell Feigenbaum – a mathematical physicist who helped pioneer chaos theory (a post on this is soon to come) – decided that a 24-hour day simply wasn't long enough.