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Originally posted by sparda4355
reply to post by jude11
In a way that it made sounded smart and creative, or just poorly worded and hard to understand?
Originally posted by TaeKwonMoe
I've beaten you to it. I already invented a time machine a long time ago, but it only goes forward one second at a time.
Nevermind, mine sucks. Tell me how yours turns out.
-The argument/reason as to why they need to come to this specific time/place in their past...
-the way the argument is stored... (and for how long)
-what formula we will use to calculate what this specific place in time is assuming our calendar expires or becomes inaccurate...
Originally posted by FugitiveSoul
reply to post by sparda4355
Whom ever builds a time machine is also going to have to build a spaceship, since our Earth, Solar System, and Galaxy are ever-moving through the universe (incredibly fast), anyone looking to go forward and/or backwards in time, even just a day would likely end up in space.
You'd do better to try and hijack a wormhole, or something of the like, provided the outcome isn't the same.
edit on 25-1-2012 by FugitiveSoul because: (no reason given)