The conclusion I have made is that you must turn your computer screen upside down, yet have everything else remain normal. Thus, an hour passing will turn into going back in time 3 minutes. You can also do the song in double time for 1.5x the efficiency, but be careful or else the map will died with hyper blood realism eeyes and you will be sent to a world of nothingness. Anyways this is me PhD in shitposting signing out.
I too have pondered this conundrum of getting older. However, I'm not the type of man to sit around all day just thinking, hoping some genie lamp or some magic beam from the sky comes down and liberates me from my burdens. No, I have the scientific method on my side. Now, while posting this I forgot every single step to the scientific method, but my intuition has lead me to believe that I can easily locate that information by using Google. I'm gonna pause right quick to jog my memory, though of course you won't notice that I did stop typing for a bit to try and look up what the scientific method was because the last time I thoroughly used and analyzed it was probably in my 9th grade science class, where I wholeheartedly half-assed every assignment.
...So I have a Khan Academy tab open up, and it divides the scientific method into six steps. I remember there being seven but this is probably the more efficient version. The first step is to make an observation. I have observed that time flies when I play osu!, making an hour seem like a mere minute. The next part is asking a question: how do I reverse the effect of osu! and make time go slower. MY hypothesis is that if I turn my computer screen upside down, time will also go upside down(that's how tides work I think). Meaning that an hour passing will actually be an hour passing but backwards. Or upsidedown. The specifics are not really important in science, so we're fine. Then there are three more steps but I did half of the steps so if I use significant digits it seems that I have done every step.
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