Gene Ray, a former electrician, developed the Time Cube, a pseudo-scientific theory of time and space. He claimed that academicians all around the world were deliberately suppressing the truth that during a single rotation of the Earth, four simultaneous days occur rather than just one.
Ray even gave lectures on the subject at the Massachusetts and Georgia Institutes of Technology. He offered a $1,000 reward to anyone who could successfully disprove his theory on his self-designed website, which was a stream of consciousness with occasional capitalized words.
On March 18, 2015, he passed away at the age of 87. (or, as his own Wikipedia page suggests, could be interpreted as any dates from 16 to 20 March inclusively). However, his theory, as well as his website, has piqued the interest of many.
The Verge called it “arguably one of the most notorious single web pages online: an endless wall of text about the conspiracy to suppress an absurdist mathematical model of time”.
What do you think hushlings? Do we have it all wrong about time and space? You can check out Gene Rays website yourself! https://timecube.2enp.com/