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I am still not sure exactly what hadronic process you are using but my guess is it is the G4NeutronHPFissionFS. This code seems to set the time of the secondary correctly, either at:
for delayed, or for prompt:
If you have access to the G4 source, you may want to check whether this code is executed in your case.
Anyway, something is VERY strange, but it must have to do with your code for it is so fundamentally wrong. None of your particles change global time and the primaries don't start out with 0 global time either (event # 4 has a neutron starting out at 12.8798 - seconds I presume!) but with some time that seems to depend on the event number. WHY? That is your doing in PrimaryGeneratorAction!
I understand now - what is going on - the printing of the global time doesn't change because the precision of the printing is such that the little time change on top of the 12s are not part of the significant digits that are printed out. That's all!