For some time they continued through the forest how long I could not guess for I was learning, what was later borne very forcefully to my mind, that time ceases to be a factor the moment means for measuring it cease to exist. Our watches were gone, and we were living beneath a stationary sun. Already I was puzzled to compute the period of time which had elapsed since we broke through the crust of the inner world. It might be hours, or it might be days who in the world could tell where it was always noon! By the sun, no time had elapsed but my judgment told me that we must have been several hours in this strange world.
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