Whenever I change a file on my (Scientific Linux 6, 64bit) machine, its modification date is set in the future:
bash$ touch new.txt && stat -c %y new.txt && date 2016-09-19 12:33:08.763882267 +0200 Mo 19. Sep 12:30:21 CEST 2016
How can this possibly happen and how can I make the modification dates sane again? It seems as if the difference between the actual time and the modification time is increasing the longer the machine is active.