The glowing red numbers of the clock on the wall was the only real indicator that it was morning. Living on the dark side of the moon made time a very mutable thing. The pioneers who made it their home felt far less constrained by the earthly conventions of time. Clocks and relationships measured time, not the position of the sun. Not everyone could handle it, but the long-term residents got used to it or went mad. Evan considered the possibility that he was joining the ranks of the insane. They had spent all night working and it looked like Aldric’s idea may have born some fruit.