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Time Travelers' Convention

timothy posted more than 9 years ago | from the early-registration-discouraged dept.

It's funny.  Laugh. 836

usermilk writes "Some folks at MIT are holding a time-travelers' convention. The idea is to make it so famous and so widely-known that even thousands of years in the future, people will still know exactly when and where this time-traveler convention went down, and will all come travel to it at some point in their illustrious time-traveling careers. For those interested in attending, it's on May 7, 2005, 10:00pm EDT (08 May 2005 02:00:00 UTC) in the East Campus Courtyard at MIT. 42:21:36.025N, 71:05:16.332W (42.360007,-071.087870 in decimal degrees)."

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Ahh... (4, Funny)

metlin (258108) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401897)


But will John Titor be invited?

Re:Ahh... (4, Funny)

Zugok (17194) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401967)

he's already been and gone.

Re:Ahh... (1)

bigmouth_strikes (224629) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402032)

You kidding ? I bet he claims to have founded it...

Re:Ahh... (1)

Omnieiunium (872399) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402052)

My friend tried to convince me he was real.

Re:Ahh... (5, Informative)

woah (781250) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402088)

John Titor. [wikipedia.org]

...a fun read.

I just shit my pants (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12401905)

at that very convention. Can you believe it?

Sweet! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12401909)

Let me just hop in my delorean, and I'll be there in 5 minutes.

Re:Sweet! (4, Funny)

morcheeba (260908) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402072)

dude. you totally missed the point!

Let me hop in my delorean and I'll be there in 5 minutes ago.

If only... (0, Offtopic)

NaNO2x (856759) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401910)

I was near MIT.

Why this ain't gonna fly (1)

mcg1969 (237263) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401911)

We all know what happens when people travel back in time and change the past. We've seen the Back to the Future series.

So if there IS ever a time-traveler's convention, it will be held at some point in the future AFTER time travel has been perfected.

Re:Why this ain't gonna fly (1)

nkh (750837) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402020)

But if you attend this convention, you'll be instantely famous in the future, you don't need to wait anything at all.

And FYI, Futurama's episode "S04E01: Roswell that Ends Well" shown us that you could change the past at will and even be your own grand-father (maybe they do this to us all the time without our consent, it's scary...)

Re:Why this ain't gonna fly (1)

EvilTwinSkippy (112490) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402160)

Unfortunately they picked a lousy day. The Saturday before Mother's day! Egads, you have to try to find a card, god help you trying to make a phone call.

I tried to make it (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12401913)

But I couldn't figure out where those coordinates posted. Would you mind pointing out where you are at the moment in your galactic and solar orbits relative to a few quasars, please?

Why did they set the date in the future? (5, Interesting)

femto (459605) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401916)

Why didn't they set the date for yesterday? That way we wouldn't have to wait to see if it was successful.

Re:Why did they set the date in the future? (2, Insightful)

Aeiri (713218) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402005)

Because then we would be hearing reports of a massive gathering at MIT, but not know what it is.

And on top of that, nobody from the "present" would be there.

Re:Why did they set the date in the future? (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12402043)

Just include a note in the advertsing, asking someone to drop by and give you a lift there.

Re:Why did they set the date in the future? (2, Insightful)

Bradmont (513167) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402065)

Maybe they did and someone came back to tell us it was going to happen, so we can go; otherwise, maybe nobody from the present would believe them in the future!

I already tired something like that (1)

Kingofearth (845396) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401917)

I already tired something like that back in computer programming class. I added a message box that would pop up when ever any of my programs started telling people to travel back in time to the last day of class and where the room was located. It didn't work.

I'm first? (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12401918)

I travalled in time to post this.

Hmmm.... (5, Interesting)

carterhawk001 (681941) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401919)

hmm...things to remember:
1. if a time travel came back in time and altered the past, no one would know but him/her.
2. it is impossible to prove that our recorded history now is the same as it was 1 second ago due to rule number 1.
3. You may be caught in a temporal causality loop, doomed forever to repeat the same period of time over and over.
4. If time is an expression of entropy, then the only way to travel through time is to prefectly reverse entropy, which is impossible because, iirc, entropy is chaotic.
5. If the universe is nonlinear, or rather, linear is an illusion, then there is no past or future to travel to, but only the present wich exists at any instant as a snapshot in the cascade towards greater entropy.
6. The universe is moving towards a state of pure heat, at which time entropy will cease, as all engery, which drives entropy, will have been used. if you intend to travel through time by altering the universe around you, then you can not go past this point, or ever return. if you time travel by using internal independent means, then you may travel past this point, but you would no longer have any external means of measuring the passage of time in the universe. To time travel through external means you must increase the general entropy of the universe such that all events happen faster outside your time machine. to travel through time internaly you must slow down your own entropy. in both instances you must phase away from the universe such that you do not exist in it, lest you collide with something going faster than you can percieve.
7 If time is a seperate dimension then you must find a way to travel in the direction that is forwards or backwards from where you are now. 4 dimensional travel occurs at a steady, measurable rate. As you approach the speed of light, this rate of passage decreases. Thus, it is logical to assume that by exceeding the speed of light in our universe of spacetime you would travel backwards in time.
8. You may be your own great great grandparent.
9. If you change your own past you can not go back to your own future to reap the benifits because the new future would have a new you to match it.
10. Journeyman Project is t3h roxors!!!!!

Re:Hmmm.... (1)

Aeiri (713218) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402041)

2. it is impossible to prove that our recorded history now is the same as it was 1 second ago due to rule number 1.

Fine by me, I didn't like my life a second ago. I'm perfectly content with my new life, though.

Re:Hmmm.... (5, Interesting)

DirtyDuck (540166) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402086)

Nah, you've been watching too much startrek.

Assuming time travel is possible, it's impossible to alter the past.

Think of it this way, the way something happened, is the way it happened. If you travel back in time, then you're participating in events however, your paticipation would already have happened. Therefore, anything you've already done would already have happened.

Think of it this way. You couldn't go back in time and shoot Hilter before he got into power for the very simple reason that it didn't happen. Say you setup a sniper rifle on a building. You could try to fire but you'd either miss, the gun would jam, you'd get arrested, have a heart-attack etc. etc.

This isn't the universe trying to protect itself or any such mystical mumbo jumbo. It's just the simple fact that a thing didn't happen and your actions in trying to change the past are already part of history.

Probably didn't explain it very clearly. ;)

Re:Hmmm.... (2, Funny)

Basehart (633304) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402134)

"You couldn't go back in time and shoot Hilter"

Don't you mean Mr Hilter?

Hm (4, Funny)

inKubus (199753) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401920)

They should plan out all the conferences in advance for the next 10,000 years, like the freemasons did in 5000 b.c.

uh (1)

inKubus (199753) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402002)

Actually, I didn't read the article before I posted that so it makes no sense. I'm on glue, sorry. I did write the directions on a piece of paper and buried it in my backyard in a piece of PVC pipe with 2 end caps and a packet of silica gel.

gets the imagination going (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12401921)

youve gotta love those mit guys and their uncanny study avoidance manouevres

Re:gets the imagination going (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12402060)

yet they still manage to stay one of the top schools in the world. go figure?

I was there (3, Funny)

Winlin (42941) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401927)

It was great.

Re:I was there (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12401965)

It was OK, but the one they held in 2030 was much better organized.

Re:I was there (1)

sveskemus (833838) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401986)

Damn! You beat me to it! [slashdot.org]

Re:I was there (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12402055)

I think he might have cheated...

The Convention (0, Redundant)

Link310 (453668) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401928)

I went, and let me tell you, it will have been a blast!

Re:The Convention (5, Funny)

Mr. Bad Example (31092) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401995)

> [...]it will have been a blast!

I believe you mean willan on-be a blast.

Re:The Convention (1)

inKubus (199753) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402057)

Obligitory Hitchhiker's reference, thank you. Which brings up an interesting point, they can come to opening day of hitchhikers, chill out yesterday, today, and next week and then get to the party. This also allows them travel time, because they will have to fly in from Germany or Russia, where the invention is most likely to be made. Or perhaps Betelguese. Sod it

Mod Up! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12402083)

Haha! Thank you, "Professor Steetmentione." A "timely" joke, no less...

RSVP? (5, Funny)

Dachannien (617929) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401929)

For those interested in attending, it's on May 7, 2005, 10:00pm EDT

Oh, I'm sure I'll get around to it one of these days.

Re:RSVP? (1)

Joe the Lesser (533425) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402100)

Don't bother, it was really lame.

this shit makes sense... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12401930)

create a history of "time-traveller" friendly events and someday, who knows, we may meet a time-traveller .

Actually... (1)

inertia@yahoo.com (156602) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401933)

Technically, you would only need one time traveler convention. Time travelers from all eras could meet at a specific place at a specific time, and they could make as many repeat visits as they wanted. We are hosting the first and only Time Traveler Convention at MIT in one week, and WE NEED YOUR HELP!"

But if it gets popular, theyll run out of space pretty quick.

so theoretically (0, Redundant)

hsmith (818216) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401936)

if someone were to travel back in time and come to this event, they would be present, wouldn't they?

So if there is no one present from the future theoretically we never figure out how to transend time.

Or they don't care enough about this period of time

Re:so theoretically (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12401981)

Well, there are several designs for time machines in which you can travel anywhere in time after the machine was switched on. So trascending time in a limited sense with a giant rotating cylinder (yes folks, that's "all" you need. Good look getting a star-mass cylinder spinning up to near light-speed without it flying apart...)

Re:so theoretically (2, Interesting)

kubrick (27291) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402070)

in which you can travel anywhere in time after the machine was switched on

I can do that, but unfortunately the speed is fixed. One second per second.

Re:so theoretically (1)

dustinbarbour (721795) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402066)

This is jsut an elaborate experiment to test whether time travel ever becomes possible. If no one shows up, we know that time travel never happens. Glad to see some serious research coming out of MIT.

Re:so theoretically (5, Funny)

johnjay (230559) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402093)

"So if there is no one present from the future theoretically we never figure out how to transend time." Or the party on May 7th becomes famous throughout time as one of the most suck-ass parties in all history. So, time travelers decide to skip it.

How do we know (0, Redundant)

Bananatree3 (872975) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401937)

That any of the participents aren't time travellers themselves!?!?

Re:How do we know (1)

ThisNukes4u (752508) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401992)

I believe that is the point...

I went to it last year... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12401938)

I went to it last year, it wasn't anything special.

WYLD STALLIONZ! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12401950)

Will there be parking for Time Traveling Phone Booths? If so... then whoa, dude. I'm like totally already there, man.

Re:WYLD STALLIONZ! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12402056)

Will there be parking for Time Traveling Phone Booths?

In the back, next to the police boxes.

I was there (0, Redundant)

sveskemus (833838) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401957)

It wasn't all that great. I might not show up next time (i.e. in your "future").

so naturally (5, Funny)

Edmund Blackadder (559735) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401959)

The place will be full of dozens of idiots dressed in spandex and insisting thet they come from the future.

Re:so naturally (4, Funny)

grungebox (578982) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402054)

The place will be full of dozens of idiots dressed in spandex and insisting thet they come from the future.

Maybe spandex is all the rage in 3166.

Re:so naturally (2, Funny)

agm (467017) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402094)

It is. Or is that "was". I mean it will be,

Re:so naturally (5, Funny)

aarku (151823) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402117)

Well, to prove you're from the mind boggling far off future, a retail box of Duke Nukem Forever will be required to be presented at the door.

Let me guess... (1)

Cap'n Crax (313292) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401970)

This event is co-sponsored by Bellevue??

Paradoxes (4, Insightful)

jesterzog (189797) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401975)

If no time travellers turn up on May 7th, will everyone stop promoting it after the date?

Personally I would have thought it'd make sense to give a bit more advanced notice than a week, if only to give people a chance to get the word around more beforehand (thus more likely to be archived).

At Night? (1)

cbelle13013 (812401) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401979)

Why would they hold it at night?

When I'm a time traveller, I'm only going to come back in the morning, that way I get the whole day ahead of me...

You show up in the morning... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12402027)

to find parking in time for the convention.

Fuck (5, Funny)

erikharrison (633719) | more than 9 years ago | (#12401987)

I'm a time traveller. Unfortunately, you can't tell, because I travel through time with the help of an angel and an invisible lech, and the process causing me to appear identical to someone in the time I'm travelling to.

Hold on, I have to go get this Erik kid married to his one true love.

Oh boy.

Re:Fuck (3, Funny)

Aeiri (713218) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402071)

Al, what does Ziggy say my chances are?

Re:Fuck (1)

Pop69 (700500) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402156)

Sounds like a great idea for a tv ser........

Um, never mind

imagine.... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12401989)

all the wackey fun we could have with a load of seasoned time travellers........

someone could bring einstein along, we could have hitler poised above a dunk tank, we could finally get some conlcusive evidence on the whole religion vs science debacle....

It could be a ruse... (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12401990)

It could be a ruse... the organizers may be stranded time travellers trying to send a message to the future to get rescued now. It may not be a genuine convention, but rather a lifeboat technique for the Insiders.

THink again (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12401993)

While this is a great idea, wouldn't it be better to create, say, a magnetic anamoly on the moon and place, say, a black monolith?

After all isn't the earth a bit fragile for this sort of thing?

I will have been there. (1)

Flumbo (880525) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402000)

I belong to this: http://www.timetravelfund.com/ [timetravelfund.com]

fashionably late (1)

potpie (706881) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402007)

Sounds kind of nerdy... er... I might be a little late....

I went last year... (0, Redundant)

barfy (256323) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402022)

It kinda sucked. Just a bunch of slashdot readers. I don't think I will go this year. Maybe next year after more people hear about it....

Re:I went last year... (0, Offtopic)

farmkid (15226) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402095)

> I don't think I will go this year. Maybe next year after more people hear about it...

Uh, I think you meant:

"I don't think I will go this year. Maybe the previous year after more people hear about it..."

Publicity? (0)

NitsujTPU (19263) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402023)

So, we only need to make this ad an ad that will be remembered for all of eternity in 1 week.

Let me suggest that you advertise it using a laser light show pointed at the moon.

(Was it Pepsi that considered doing this until it decided that it would piss off most of the planet?)

Anyway, the global uproar should be big enough that at least someone will remember.

Been there .... (1)

notany (528696) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402026)

Been there, done that, got the t-shirt.

Being the Veteran of the Bermuda Exploration Venture 1991-1953 this was really nice event to meet some members of our crew we thought we lost. Plenty thanks for great people in MIT for this heart breaking event.

I went there next year. (5, Funny)

Unknown Poltroon (31628) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402034)

Its gonna be boring. But the after party they're planning last year kicked ass.

All I can say is... (1)

flyingsquid (813711) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402040)

...watch out for guys wearing leather jackets and sunglasses, asking for "Sarah Connor".

I call it BS (1)

gsasha (550394) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402044)

If a time traveler chose to come back to such conference, he/she would obviously come to the first one, as that of the most historic importance. If the first conference was held and none have shown up, this implies that time travelers are, alas, not going to come at all. Not necessarily that time travel is ultimately impossible, but it may be forbidden for some reasons.
On the other hand, all this thing smells faintly of Douglas Adams. Parties come to mind, bricks and don't.

marketing idea (4, Funny)

British (51765) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402047)

You could have a Time Traveler supply booth running there:

- Legit costumes for whatever era. WW2 uniform, peasant outfit, etc
- Monetary exchange: buy/sell money from different eras, at varying rates. You will always need money(depending on the time)
- Fake IDs. Going back 20 years? get an ID 20 years prior to your birthday
- Fake license plates. Travelling in an old car back to an earlier time? Get "legit" license plates that are either from the same car, or just some convincing out-of-state plates.

WARNING: Management is not responsible to disruptions in history.

The sales possibilities are endless.

Re:marketing idea (1)

inKubus (199753) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402106)

Don't forget the Delorean parts...

Re:marketing idea (1)

dtk13 (859114) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402135)

And You can start making money now from home!! Help convicts get fake ids, help people get out of speeding tickets, and more!!!! Just call 1-800-TME-CRAP or go to www.1800timetravel.info for your free guide to get started and make millions...
(From the cheezy ad dept)

it was a hell of a lot of fun (1)

wugmump (6611) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402049)

some of the speeches were really amazing. i especially loved the talk about hyper-relativity given by the guy from Olympus Mons U's department of temporal aesthetics.

the snacks were a little anemic, though. i would have hoped the food planning to be a little better.

but definitely a worthy event. glad i went.

Vonnegut? (1, Offtopic)

Limburgher (523006) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402050)

Anyone else find it amusing that the quote at the bottom of /. is currently from Kurt Vonnegut? :)

Re:Vonnegut? (1, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12402079)

Its a random quote each time you load the page.

zerg (5, Insightful)

Lord Omlette (124579) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402064)

Even if someone time travelled into the past for a few seconds, wouldn't they wind up in the icy cold of space while the planet speeds along on its normal course around the sun?

Re:zerg (2, Funny)

inKubus (199753) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402128)

As long as you're travelling in time, you are in hyperspace therefore you can come out anywhere. Although you are right, you would want to calculate where you are going or you might end up in the _middle_ of the earth, which might be a little more unpleasant.

Thankfully, with Windows 64-bit edition coming out, we have adaquate memory addressing capabilties to model all of these possibilities.

Story Idea? (1)

scaryjohn (120394) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402073)

First, I thought: "Wow. That would be a great idea for a book." Then I remembered The Restaurant at the End of the Universe.

What if... (1)

kryogen1x (838672) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402075)

you're from the past and wish to attend?

They left out elevation (1)

iluvcapra (782887) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402076)

They left out the present elevation of MIT, thereby ensuring future time travellers will AVOID the convention, since they will instantly recognize it as a clever trick by the Morlocks [wikipedia.org] , dwelling deep in their underground lair!

This can't work (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12402080)

There are 2 scenarios:
1) nobody will come from the future. We'll notice that on the convention, so nobody will market this activity anymore. Nobody of the future will know about the event, so nobody will come (We already knew that).
2) somebody will come. We'll notice that on the convention, but as we are all humans, nobody will market this activity after a year of so as we all are lazy bastards. Nobody of the future will know about the event, so nobody will come. This is impossible, so either we should rule out this scenario, ore else the universe will crash, god will notice the BSOD (A lot of our mad world is explained if you assume it runs under windows) , get mad, install linux/BSD or just buy a mac. Either way, our little souls will get erased from his hard drive along the way.

OK, I admit: If you are really strange, you can consider
3) they will come, but because of some time travellers limitation/regulation/... we will not be able to detect them. We are now back in scenario 1.

I'll be attending (1)

ChaoticLimbs (597275) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402084)

But it will be in an alternate universe. I will be coming back to my own time afterwards, but in yet one more alternate universe. Luckily, none of you will notice it. See ya there!

i smell a con.. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12402101)

by some broke engineering students who do not have any money for booze for an end of semester party. nice touch though.

Paradox concerns (1)

highfreq2 (575192) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402105)

In order to minimize the odds of creating a universe destroying paradox, the meeting will be held a sealed vault, and everyone will be automatically killed and incinerated immediately after the meeting. No grandchildren, no grandfather paradox.

BEEN THERE, DONE THAT (1)

drsmack1 (698392) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402107)

I dropped in on them the other day; it was totally boring; just a bunch of nerds yanking themselves. Don't know why I bothered. -Zaxxor, 2568 A.D.

Maybe I can create a sensation... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12402108)

by showing up in a "Chicago Cubs World Series Champions" t-shirt.

Not Bloody Likely (4, Funny)

the eric conspiracy (20178) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402119)

Pshaw... everybody knows that nobody goes to these things because they are too crowded.

A bust (0, Redundant)

ONOIML8 (23262) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402124)

I attended this, there wasn't a very good turnout and the food sucked.

ummm... (1)

budhaboy (717823) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402141)

So what was that disco floor thing a while back? Maybe it was they who were responsible for disco?

Man... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12402144)

I wish i could make it. But my Delorean was hit by a train :/

Larry Niven Already Dealt With This (4, Insightful)

John Hasler (414242) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402145)

For a universe in which time travel is possible and the past can be altered by time travelers the only stable state is one in which time travel is never invented. Work it out.

TARDIS (1)

jangobongo (812593) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402148)

Message From: The Doctor

If only I could get my TARDIS to work properly, it never seems to go to where (or "when") I want it. Anyone seen my sonic screwdriver?

Maybe if I give it a good thump...

*REEEskrrrREEEskrrrREEEskrrr*

I'll be right there!

latitude and longitude? (1)

helioquake (841463) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402157)

Hmm, in a few thousand years, the magnetic pole may be so off that the good ol' coordinate system may be redefined / out of existence? And the plate moves, too. Not to mention the Sun zips through interstellar place to make it even more obscure about where this event actually took place?

7 days - here then - be there yesterday (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12402161)

They missed out the earths translation and rotation, translation includes the Hubble-Expansion

and where went Parker when he jumped ..
why he doesnt get timeoverlapped
clone instances of himself (not the evil ones)

Have you ever recognized that the display
in the capsule never matched the "wooden-spoon spinning style" Parker was performing ?

What happend to this tv-show where the
timecop woke up at the Smithonian,
in another dimension (contact possible
through the newspaper archive

->

(two different dimensions one newspaper ?)
yes ... logical breaks and plot holes,
and thats what common timetravelling lackes,
but thanks we are living still, we can
say

the future isnt steady! , nor the future happend,
nor has anybody performed a travel through space-time,
but there is one final border of thinking,

the happing of the future in every moment,
but in quantitative (perhaps discreet timesteps)
Planck-Time

->
hunting the evil genius (there is minimum one evil
genius everywhere!) Dr. Mordehai Zombie

when I was Duke and cleaned up D.C. and
the ATOMIC edition I must have missed them - with my RPG ! :)

When I travel to the past, I will /. /. in new years eve 1999/2000 save
fry, destroy the world and play
D&D with all of you ppl. floating around
with Al Gore !

Al Gore invented the internet !! ;)

I already attended it... (1)

NoseBag (243097) | more than 9 years ago | (#12402162)

....It will be quite a spectacle.
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