Local Reality Test: Temporal Continuity Test

I walked around Tulsa, Oklahoma for 8 hours as part of the New Genre Festival.

I asked everyone I met what time it was, and checked their time against the time on my watch. I then wrote down the difference between the two times.

Using this information, I created a map of the temporal distortion to be found across the space of Tulsa. This map shows Tulsa’s different zones of sped-up and slowed-down time.

You can see the full-sized map here.

This is part of a series where I would test the local version of reality, to see if it followed the rules presumed to universally control all reality.

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