Category Archives: the past

It Must Be Done.

It must be done. I nervously glanced down at my watch, calibrated to detect the precise instant in time I had entered as well as to keep track of the relative time that had passed since I had begun my travels. It was 6:43 pm, September 18, 2139. Ten minutes until show time. I discovered […] Continue reading

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Time Travel for the Sake of Mathematics

One of my favorite rainy day hobbies is doing math.  Yeah, I know, it’s a little strange.  But all of us our strange in some way or another. One of the things I enjoy most about math is the sense of accomplishment you get after solving a problem in a clever way.  You started with […] Continue reading

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Borne back ceaselessly into the past

I have never felt like I was born in the wrong decade. This seems to me something of a folly, a rather extreme analogue might be the desire to change genders. I can’t well follow the path that leads to either wish, but at any rate, I’d rather explore time. When I toy with this […] Continue reading

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