«From one of the acclaimed writers of Star Trek and The Twilight Zone comes a story that transcends both time and space...»
An impromptu goodbye party for Professor John Oldman becomes a mysterious interrogation after the retiring scholar reveals to his colleagues he has a longer and stranger past than they can imagine.
I was raised on the Torah... My wife, on the Quran. My oldest son is an Atheist. My youngest is a Scientologist. My daughter is studying Hinduism. I imagine that there is room there for a holywar in my living room. But we practice live and let live.
Time. We can't see it, we can't hear it, we can't weigh it, we can't measure it in a laboratory. It is a subjective sense of becoming what we are instead of what we were a nanosecond ago, becoming what we will be in another nanosecond.