For the last week or so I have been setting off to work at my usual time each morning and yet I am arriving at work a little later than previous weeks. Obviously, this means the distance to work must have increased. Therefore the Universe must be getting bigger. QED!
...or does anyone have a different theory?
- Life in the fast lane is only fun if you live in a country with no speed limits.
- Of all the things I have lost, it is my mind that I miss the most.
- I vaguely remember having a good memory...
Depending on which theory you subscribe to, either the BoE pretty much runs the world or it is effectively just a branch of the US Federal Reserve or both are in fact run by a private club in Switzerland called the BIS. Of course none of these are entirely correct nor entirely wrong either but it matters not. When one sneezes the other catches a cold whichever side of the pond he is on.
The way to tell that you're British, not American, is that your concern was about it taking you longer to get to work, not longer to get home and not about what your boss thinks about it taking you longer. Subtle and quite possibly unreliable but it's there.
"The secret of happiness is freedom, and the secret of freedom, courage."
Thucydides (B.C. 460-400)
My theory for what it's worth, There is no expansion the slight wear on your tires, has caused the perception of traveling at the same speed when in fact you are traveling somewhat slower then you thought. So all theories about expansion are false. Simple logic really.
Frazzle the name say's it all<br /> Always code as if the guy who ends up maintaining your code will be a violent psychopath who knows where you live. John F. Woods