The theft of a series of scientific documents and equipment become perplexing with the only clue being unexplained time shifts that occur at the time the items went missing.

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The theft of a series of scientific documents and equipment become perplexing with the only clue being unexplained time shifts that occur at the time the items went missing.

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14 January 1956 (USA)  »

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The Implications Are Infinite
18 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is my favorite of all the SFT episodes. First of all, it stars Vincent Price, one of my very favorite actors. Secondly, it is the story of a fascinating event that is unexplainable to the very end. A group of scientists are working to find some secrets of deep sea exploration. While they are working, they find that significant items in their research are disappearing right under their noses. Not only that, but time is passing. They are losing time without any realization of its passing. It isn't exactly what happens but "why" that is the issue. Since I don't want to spoil the ending, I won't hint at what happens, other than there is a really satisfying ending. The acting and writing is a cut above the rest. Most of these episodes are very predictable but this one keeps us on the edge of our seats.


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