Students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will be hosting the first-ever convention held for time travelers from the future. The
convention's creator, Amal Dorai, says "The odds of a time traveler showing up are between one in a million and one in a trillion." Since time
travelers can move backwards and forwards through time, the MIT convention may be the only one of its kind that will ever need to be held.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 5 - Suppose it is the future - maybe a thousand years from now. There is no static cling, diapers change themselves, and
everyone who is anyone summers on Mars.
What's more, it is possible to travel back in time, to any place, any era. Where would people go? Would they zoom to a 2005 Saturday night for chips
and burgers in a college courtyard, eager to schmooze with computer science majors possessing way too many brain cells?
Why not, say some students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who have organized what they call the first convention for time travelers.
Actually, they contend that theirs is the only time traveler convention the world needs, because people from the future can travel to it anytime they
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May 7, 2005, 10:00pm EDT (08 May 2005 02:00:00 UTC)
(events start at 8:00pm)
East Campus Courtyard, MIT
3 Ames St. Cambridge, MA 02142
(42.360007,-071.087870 in decimal degrees)
Sounds more like a college joke than anything serious, but it would be cool if someone showed up...maybe John Titor?
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