To get the same amount of protein
that we have...

the amount that I was wiping off
every five days...

and five days later it would accumulate...
he says it would take about five to six years.
I don't want to belittle this guy.
So, I said screw it
and I put my watch in there.

- And?
- I want you to do it.

- Where is it? The box?
- I took it back to the shop.

- Wait, digital or old mechanical?
- Exactly. I did both.

- And what?
- I want you to do it.

We thought
that we were degrading gravity, right?

That we were blocking that information.
I think we're doing more than that.
I think we're blocking more than that.

When you were controlling the feed,
did you notice it was parabolic?

It's important. Parabolas are important.
Here, look at this.

I don't know, Abe.
I'm going to start it up
and let it run for 60 seconds...

with nothing in it. It's empty this time.
That's 22...
In all the equations that describe motion
and heat and entropy.

In all Feynman diagrams what's the
one variable that you can turn negative...

and still get rational answers for?
It's not mass.

Twenty-two hours, 27 minutes in the box.
- It's an odd number.
- That's 1,347 minutes.

- 1,347, man, you got that fast.
- How did you know it's odd?

Because this is it. This is what's going on.
There's an "A" end and a "B" end.

Let's say the A end is 12:00,and the B end is 12:01.
All right? We start the machine
with the Weeble at the A end.

- It travels forward...
- You got to write this down.

- There's nothing to write down.
- I'll write it down.

It travels forward normally
towards the B end.

When it gets there,
the feed runs down parabolically...

until it should stop, but it curves
back around towards the A end.

When it gets back to the A end...
Curve that around. The Weeble...

has experienced a total of two minutes,
and again it curves...

- Back around. It curves parabolically.
- Right.

It comes back around
and it does this about 1,300 times.

When it finally exits on the B end...
it's travelled an odd number
of forward and backward trips.

What is so special about 1,300?
Why is it about 1,300? Why isn't it exact?

- This is not empirical.
- Here, give me that.