I know everyone's saying " if there's no pics then it's not true". There is a short story called "Augie Wren's Christmas Story" written by Paul Auster. Awesome story which they made into a movie called "Smoke" in 1995( one of my all time favorites). In it Augie stands at a street corner every morning at precisely the same time and takes one snapshot of the same corner building and the intersection every day for many many years. To the untrained eye it is thousands of the same picture yet if you took the time and carefully studied it you'd see a thousand differences, and this he called his life's work (photographing both Human time And Natural time). Kinda relates to WIS and how nonWIS might look at them and wonder "what is so interesting about staring at the inner workings of a time piece, they're all the same"? The short story is also on Audio, you can find it in the Internet, check it out when you have a chance. Also on YouTube under "Smoke the movie".