Myron Slurve is an inventor. He is also a misanthrope. He is the latter because humanity doesn't appreciate his accomplishments as the former. (Also because women don't. Or maybe mostly because women don't.) His crowning achievement is a machine that projects a ray by which people and things can travel through time. He has also invented the coffee shower, the foldable baseball bat, and the egg reassembler. That all happened in the mid-1940s. Only now has science caught up with Myron. Only now have scientists uncracked the code on how to un-boil a hard-boiled egg. You can read more in a story called "Scientists Crack the Code on How to Un-Boil a Hard-Boiled Egg" by Liz Neporent at the website of ABC News (Jan. 26, 2015), here. Too late for Myron Slurve, his idea could lead to new ways to fight cancer.
Story and art copyright 2015 Terence E. Hanley
Text copyright 2015 Five Star Comics