The Endless Present by Melanie Noto and Jerome Goddard Phd
Time may be real and predictable, but the perception of time is variable, depending upon one’s brain processing speed. At least that is Duke Livermore’s theory. The problem is, other professors at the University of Mississippi are better able to pursue research concerning the theory: Duke’s theory.
Modern scientific research is fraught with unforseen consequences, and this becomes evident as Duke develops gnawing doubts about the trustworthiness of one of his colleagues, Dr. Kirkwood Swartz, a physiologist he suspects is conducting unethical research.
Duke seeks to expose his fellow professor’s unscrupulous activies, never suspecting that uncovering what lies behind the walls of Swartz’s animal research facility may cost him and his his wife their very lives.