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https://plus.google.com/107059341533698976884 Arnold K. : Morlocks sort of bore me.  I mean, they were cool in The Time Machine when you think they're just brutes...
Morlocks sort of bore me.  I mean, they were cool in The Time Machine when you think they're just brutes, but then it turns out that they are super-smart and actually run the place, but they deserve better than to be relegated to the role of #1 cave mook.

Anyway, Centerra has an underdark, but it has no drow nor cave-mook morlocks.  Instead, both races have been blended into one.  Centerran morlocks are a slave race that serve bunch of giant centipede people called the chelinausca, who have a very good reason to begin invading the surface world.

There's also a good bit of DNA from a book called The Descent by Jeff Long, as well as some good old-fashioned body horror.  They might be a little bit gruesome for some people, but my head hurts and I'm in a bad mood.

Muse credit goes to +Logan Knight +Patrick Stuart.
Chelinausca and Morlocks
A History Lesson About 750 years ago, the world was ending in fire.  Volcanoes were erupting everywhere.  The skies turned black and the sun was forgotten.  Farms were buried in ash; farmers were cremated.  A tremendous numbe...
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Game «HdO Adventure: The Time Machine» 28.07.2014

Travel to extraordinary places throughout history to reassemble a time machine and restore the space-time continuum! Features 20 high resolution scenes, three ways to look for objects, a zoom feature for hard-to-find items and endless hints. #game #games
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https://plus.google.com/108041287815867156135 JL Smither : I read The Time Machine! Here's what I thought: The Time Machine by H.G. Wells My rating: 2 of 5 stars...
I read The Time Machine! Here's what I thought:

The Time Machine by H.G. Wells My rating: 2 of 5 stars While The Time Machine’s plot is pretty quick moving and interesting, and the world that Wells creates is intriguing, the book as a whole suffers from the same problems that I think most H.G. Wells…
Review of The Time Machine
The Time Machine by H.G. Wells My rating: 2 of 5 stars While The Time Machine's plot is pretty quick moving and interesting, and the world that Wells creates is intriguing, the book as a whole suff...
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The Time Machine (2002) [Hin-Eng]
||The Time Machine (2002) *300MB*|| [BRRip | 420p | Hin-Eng | ESubs] Rating:  5.8/10 Director:  Simon Wells Release Date:  8 March 2002 Genre:  Sci-Fi | Adventure | Action Stars:  Guy Pearce, Yancey Arias and Mark Addy Storyline:  Based on the classic sci-f...
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Story: When Lou, who has become the "father of the Internet," is shot by an unknown assailant, Jacob and Nick fire up the time machine again to save their friend. Cast: Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, Clark Duke, Chevy Chase, Adam Scott, Gillian Jacobs. ---- C...
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Name: Klaus Werner

Age: Unknown

Gender: male

Species: Human

Abilities: mind control

Weapons: Laze pistol (when fired turns targets organs into a microwave) and power sword (sword but with crackling electricity) both were stolen from another dimension.

Personality: very quiet, but not at all shy. Prefers speaking German but will sometimes speak bad English. if in command of a squad, he will shoot any cowards or any who "break" in the middle of battle.

Appearance: Always is seen dawned in Nazi Germany officer uniform, as well as a gas mask.

Bio: Klaus was originally a Nazi officer during WW2 (obviously). I charge of keeping the secret "bell project" (a German time machine, you can Google it) secret, he quickly used the time machine to escape after the Fuhrer suicides and the scientist panic. but instead of time travel, the "Bell" sent him to a million dimensions at once. Seeing all of these dimensions, Klaus realized Nazism was wrong, horribly wrong. After his realization came, he was sent to a place called "other-earth" where he discovered magic. gaining the power of mind control, he seeks to redeem himself of his past and bring true peace to the universes. But he's still as much a commander of armies as he was back in WW2. old habits die hard.
(IM NOT A NAZI! i just had an idea one day)
 
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Doctor Who TV story each day, and anyone in the community can comment their own opinion about that story No opinion is wrong. (but please keep it clean)

In 2007, Sally Sparrow enters an abandoned house to look for subjects to photograph. Instead she finds eerie statues and a message from the Doctor behind peeling wallpaper addressed to her, warning her about the Weeping Angels. Sally returns the next day with her friend Kathy Nightingale to explore further, but Kathy disappears at the same time a young man knocks at the door. He claims to be Kathy's grandson, and delivers a letter to Sally. The letter explains that Kathy suddenly found herself in the 1920s in Hull. She settled down with a husband and led a peaceful life and requests that Sally tell Kathy's brother Larry of her disappearance. Sally finds a Yale key hanging from the hand of one of the statues and takes it before leaving.
Sally visits Larry at a DVD shop and finds that he has been documenting an "Easter egg" across seventeen apparently unrelated DVDs. The egg contains video clips of a man calling himself The Doctor having half of a conversation with the viewer. Larry gives Sally a list of the DVDs and she leaves for the police station. There she meets DI Billy Shipton, who explains that there have been several disappearances at the abandoned house and shows her an impound lot containing a locked fake police box. Sally leaves, but remembers the key she found and returns to find that Billy and the phone box have disappeared. She immediately receives a call from a much older Billy, who is on his death bed at the hospital. She visits him, and he explains that after she left the lot he discovered the Angels trying to retrieve the police box. He then suddenly found himself in 1969, where he met the Doctor and was asked to relay a message to Sally decades later. Billy subsequently married and started a video production house that was responsible for putting the Easter egg on the DVDs. Before Billy dies he tells Sally the Doctor's message, which instructs her to look at the list. Sally realizes that the list is her own DVD collection and that the Easter egg is meant for her. Sally and Larry return to the house with several of the DVDs and a portable DVD player. They select a DVD to watch the Easter egg and Larry places another into his pocket. Sally discovers she can converse with the Doctor in the past, as he possesses a transcript that is currently being compiled by Larry as he listens. The Doctor explains that he and Martha were transported to the past by the Weeping Angels. The Angels are "quantum locked", allowing them to move incredibly fast when unobserved but when they are seen they literally turn to stone. They cover their eyes to avoid looking at each other, giving them their weeping appearance. He warns Sally not to look away or even blink when they are around. The Doctor tells them they are seeking his TARDIS to acquire its potential power. The Doctor comes to the end of the transcript, and Sally realizes Larry has stopped writing it due to the presence of an Angel in the room. They make their way to the basement of the house and discover the Angels and the TARDIS. The Angels attack, and Sally and Larry use Sally's key to hide inside the TARDIS. Once in the control room, a hologram of the Doctor informs them that they have a control disk with them. Larry takes a now glowing DVD from his pocket and inserts it into the console. The TARDIS dematerializes, leaving a panicking Sally and Larry behind. With the TARDIS gone, the Angels have been tricked into looking at each other and have become permanently frozen as statues. One year later, Sally and Larry have opened a DVD store together. Sally insists on keeping a folder of the events, but Larry wants her to move on and indicates he has feelings for her. Sally gently rebuffs him, and Larry steps out for an errand. Sally sees the Doctor and Martha hurriedly leave a taxi in front of the shop and goes outside to meet them. They don't recognizes her, and she realizes that they have yet to experience the events that sent them to the past. She hands the Doctor the folder, warning him that he will need it in his future. The Doctor and Sally say goodbye as Larry returns, surprised to see the man from the Easter egg. Sally and Larry return to the shop hand in hand, hinting that she is now ready for a romantic relationship. The story ends with a repeat of the Doctor's warning to Sally, this time directed at the viewer and overlaid with flashes of famous statues.

Blink  was the eighth story of series three of Doctor Who. It was the first appearance of the Weeping Angels and was the Doctor-lite episode for this series.
Writer Steven Moffat had intended to write a two-parter earlier in the series, but was too busy writing and executive producing Jekyll. Believing he had "messed everything up", Moffat offered to "throw onto the grenade of the unpopular episode", referring to the Doctor-lite concept. In a 2008 interview, he immodestly admitted that he had only just started realizing that Blink was in fact "a really great episode". As of June 2008, it remained the quickest piece of writing Moffat had ever done because of its late submission, having gone straight from the second draft with no notes to the script and tone meetings before going into production ten days later. The scriptwriting process took such little time to produce that Moffat claimed that Blink was such a "tiniest sliver" of his writing career that he couldn't remember making it.  You have to remember that being scared of the dark and being scared of monsters is basically a childish impulse. There's always something of the nursery about horror....Adults never quite grow out of their childhood fears. They just belong in a different part of our heads. Doctor Who isn't a childish program, but it is childlike: it's a program for children. And many, many adults who watch and love it watch it as that: as something like Harry Potter. "Blink" is based on Moffat's own Ninth Doctor short story from the Doctor Who Annual 2006 called "'What I Did on My Christmas Holidays' by Sally Sparrow". The short story is presented as a homework essay from Sally, though only 12 years old, who encounters evidence of the Doctor's presence from the past in her aunt's house while visiting. "What I Did" includes several elements that are reused in "Blink", including messages under the wallpaper and an ontological paradox involving a conversation between Sally and the Doctor, prerecorded on a video cassette, based on a written transcript—the essay itself; however, instead of the Angels, "What I Did" features the Doctor and the TARDIS inadvertently separated twenty years in time by a fault in the time machine, and the Doctor is able to instruct Sally how to bring it back to him in the past. Moffat had held the idea of the Weeping Angels since seeing an angel statue in a graveyard whilst on a family holiday, and had planned to use them for the next series in the episodes that became "Silence in the Library" and "Forest of the Dead". However, after withdrawing from the writing of series three's first two-part story—Helen Raynor took over these episodes, writing "Daleks in Manhattan" and "Evolution of the Daleks"—Moffat volunteered to write the series' Doctor-lite episode and opted to use the Weeping Angels in what would become "Blink". Moffat was also inspired to write the episode based on the popular children's game Statues, which he always found "frightening". Murray Gold, the composer for the series, later compared the creatures to the moving ghostly topiary animals in Stephen King's 1977 horror novel The Shining. "Blink" is the third story of the revived series to be adapted for television by the same writer from a piece of their spin-off writing. It follows the "Human Nature" and "The Family of Blood" story arc, which was adapted by Paul Cornell from his 1995 novel Human Nature; and "Dalek", which used the basic premise as well as several scenes and lines of dialogue adapted by Robert Shearman from his 2003 audio drama Jubilee. "Blink" is referred to as a "Doctor-Lite" episode because the Doctor and his companion have very little screen time. This process allowed two episodes to be filmed simultaneously, a process known as "double banking". This practice had begun with the 2006 entry "Love & Monsters", and would continue for episodes such as "Turn Left", "Midnight", and "The Girl Who Waited". Moffat stated that, due to the "Doctor-lite" structure of the episode, he felt relaxed when he was writing the script for "Blink". Due to the show's tight schedule, "Blink" had only one script meeting. "Blink" was directed by Hettie MacDonald, making her the first female director of a Doctor Who episode since the Sixth Doctor serial The Mark of the Rani. Russell T Davies, the series' executive producer, later noted that, due to MacDonald's work, the episode included some of "the most beautiful we've ever had". British actress Carey Mulligan was chosen to play Sally Sparrow; Mulligan was reportedly ecstatic to have been cast in the series. She was initially concerned with the fact that Tennant would have little screen time, but after the episode aired was very pleased with the final result. Location shooting for scenes set at the Police Station Garage took place at the Coal Exchange and Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff Bay on November 21, 2006. Fields House, located in Newport, filled in for Wester Drumlins. The house was already abandoned and falling into disrepair when the filming crews arrived. Moffat noted that "very little of it was tarted up" for the shoot; Moffat later called the location "the creepiest house" he had ever seen. The name was taken from a previous residence that Moffat lived in during the late 1990s. Larry describes the residence as "Scooby-Doo's house", a reference to the dilapidated mansions that the Scooby-Doo gang would usually visit. The BBC Fact File for the episode notes that 1969—the year Martha, the Doctor and Billy are sent to—is the first year Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! aired.
Originally, the producers considered having Michael Obiora play both the young and old version of Billy Shipton. However, it was decided that Obiora in makeup would look too fake, and so Louis Mahoney was cast to play the older version. Initially, Obiora played the role with a London accent; Mahoney, however, has a thick accent. Obiora had to re-dub his lines to match. Billy mentions that the windows of the TARDIS are the wrong size for a real police box. In 2004, when the first photographs of the new series' TARDIS prop were revealed, there was a vigorous discussion of the box's dimensions on the Outpost Gallifrey Doctor Who discussion forum, in which some fans complained that the prop's windows were too big. Moffat has confirmed that this line is an in-joke aimed at the Outpost Gallifrey forum. Moffat joked that "since I was a kid, I've been thinking of Doctor Who monsters, just now when I do, it costs the art department a lot of money". To create the rigid structure of the angels' dresses, prosthetics supervisors Rob Mayor soaked fabric in fibreglass resin, which was then painted over. Although they are never shown moving on screen, all of the Weeping Angels were played by actresses Aga Blonska and Elen Thomas wearing makeup and prosthetics. The actresses wore two distinct masks: one that was more docile looking, and one with fangs bared. Blonska later noted that "I'm partly painted, partly glued into the costume, but it's quite comfortable." Although the actresses were slightly "wobbly" when they stood still, the producers used digital effects to, in essence, freeze the angels on film. Moffat was very pleased with the results, and called them "fantastic". Mulligan later called the effects "so good" and "really creepy". To create the effect of the Angels rocking the TARDIS Mulligan and Robertson threw themselves around the ship's set. The camera's operator then shook the camera in the opposite direction that Mulligan and Robertson threw themselves. The scene wherein the Doctor talks to Sally via a DVD extra was created by writing a conversation, removing Sally's lines, then having David Tennant record his lines. Moffat felt that this one-way filming made the performance more "authentic". Moffat initially wrote placeholder dialogue in the script for the scene where the Doctor tells Sally that he can hear her in the DVD shop, because he knew the lines that appeared would have to play "double duty later on" and be authentic and fresh both times. Gold called the sequences "the heart of the Chinese puzzle".

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Doctor Who TV story each day, and anyone in the community can comment their own opinion about that story No opinion is wrong. (but please keep it clean)

In 2007, Sally Sparrow enters an abandoned house to look for subjects to photograph. Instead she finds eerie statues and a message from the Doctor behind peeling wallpaper addressed to her, warning her about the Weeping Angels. Sally returns the next day with her friend Kathy Nightingale to explore further, but Kathy disappears at the same time a young man knocks at the door. He claims to be Kathy's grandson, and delivers a letter to Sally. The letter explains that Kathy suddenly found herself in the 1920s in Hull. She settled down with a husband and led a peaceful life and requests that Sally tell Kathy's brother Larry of her disappearance. Sally finds a Yale key hanging from the hand of one of the statues and takes it before leaving.
Sally visits Larry at a DVD shop and finds that he has been documenting an "Easter egg" across seventeen apparently unrelated DVDs. The egg contains video clips of a man calling himself The Doctor having half of a conversation with the viewer. Larry gives Sally a list of the DVDs and she leaves for the police station. There she meets DI Billy Shipton, who explains that there have been several disappearances at the abandoned house and shows her an impound lot containing a locked fake police box. Sally leaves, but remembers the key she found and returns to find that Billy and the phone box have disappeared. She immediately receives a call from a much older Billy, who is on his death bed at the hospital. She visits him, and he explains that after she left the lot he discovered the Angels trying to retrieve the police box. He then suddenly found himself in 1969, where he met the Doctor and was asked to relay a message to Sally decades later. Billy subsequently married and started a video production house that was responsible for putting the Easter egg on the DVDs. Before Billy dies he tells Sally the Doctor's message, which instructs her to look at the list. Sally realizes that the list is her own DVD collection and that the Easter egg is meant for her. Sally and Larry return to the house with several of the DVDs and a portable DVD player. They select a DVD to watch the Easter egg and Larry places another into his pocket. Sally discovers she can converse with the Doctor in the past, as he possesses a transcript that is currently being compiled by Larry as he listens. The Doctor explains that he and Martha were transported to the past by the Weeping Angels. The Angels are "quantum locked", allowing them to move incredibly fast when unobserved but when they are seen they literally turn to stone. They cover their eyes to avoid looking at each other, giving them their weeping appearance. He warns Sally not to look away or even blink when they are around. The Doctor tells them they are seeking his TARDIS to acquire its potential power. The Doctor comes to the end of the transcript, and Sally realizes Larry has stopped writing it due to the presence of an Angel in the room. They make their way to the basement of the house and discover the Angels and the TARDIS. The Angels attack, and Sally and Larry use Sally's key to hide inside the TARDIS. Once in the control room, a hologram of the Doctor informs them that they have a control disk with them. Larry takes a now glowing DVD from his pocket and inserts it into the console. The TARDIS dematerializes, leaving a panicking Sally and Larry behind. With the TARDIS gone, the Angels have been tricked into looking at each other and have become permanently frozen as statues. One year later, Sally and Larry have opened a DVD store together. Sally insists on keeping a folder of the events, but Larry wants her to move on and indicates he has feelings for her. Sally gently rebuffs him, and Larry steps out for an errand. Sally sees the Doctor and Martha hurriedly leave a taxi in front of the shop and goes outside to meet them. They don't recognizes her, and she realizes that they have yet to experience the events that sent them to the past. She hands the Doctor the folder, warning him that he will need it in his future. The Doctor and Sally say goodbye as Larry returns, surprised to see the man from the Easter egg. Sally and Larry return to the shop hand in hand, hinting that she is now ready for a romantic relationship. The story ends with a repeat of the Doctor's warning to Sally, this time directed at the viewer and overlaid with flashes of famous statues.

Blink  was the eighth story of series three of Doctor Who. It was the first appearance of the Weeping Angels and was the Doctor-lite episode for this series.
Writer Steven Moffat had intended to write a two-parter earlier in the series, but was too busy writing and executive producing Jekyll. Believing he had "messed everything up", Moffat offered to "throw onto the grenade of the unpopular episode", referring to the Doctor-lite concept. In a 2008 interview, he immodestly admitted that he had only just started realizing that Blink was in fact "a really great episode". As of June 2008, it remained the quickest piece of writing Moffat had ever done because of its late submission, having gone straight from the second draft with no notes to the script and tone meetings before going into production ten days later. The scriptwriting process took such little time to produce that Moffat claimed that Blink was such a "tiniest sliver" of his writing career that he couldn't remember making it.  You have to remember that being scared of the dark and being scared of monsters is basically a childish impulse. There's always something of the nursery about horror....Adults never quite grow out of their childhood fears. They just belong in a different part of our heads. Doctor Who isn't a childish program, but it is childlike: it's a program for children. And many, many adults who watch and love it watch it as that: as something like Harry Potter. "Blink" is based on Moffat's own Ninth Doctor short story from the Doctor Who Annual 2006 called "'What I Did on My Christmas Holidays' by Sally Sparrow". The short story is presented as a homework essay from Sally, though only 12 years old, who encounters evidence of the Doctor's presence from the past in her aunt's house while visiting. "What I Did" includes several elements that are reused in "Blink", including messages under the wallpaper and an ontological paradox involving a conversation between Sally and the Doctor, prerecorded on a video cassette, based on a written transcript—the essay itself; however, instead of the Angels, "What I Did" features the Doctor and the TARDIS inadvertently separated twenty years in time by a fault in the time machine, and the Doctor is able to instruct Sally how to bring it back to him in the past. Moffat had held the idea of the Weeping Angels since seeing an angel statue in a graveyard whilst on a family holiday, and had planned to use them for the next series in the episodes that became "Silence in the Library" and "Forest of the Dead". However, after withdrawing from the writing of series three's first two-part story—Helen Raynor took over these episodes, writing "Daleks in Manhattan" and "Evolution of the Daleks"—Moffat volunteered to write the series' Doctor-lite episode and opted to use the Weeping Angels in what would become "Blink". Moffat was also inspired to write the episode based on the popular children's game Statues, which he always found "frightening". Murray Gold, the composer for the series, later compared the creatures to the moving ghostly topiary animals in Stephen King's 1977 horror novel The Shining. "Blink" is the third story of the revived series to be adapted for television by the same writer from a piece of their spin-off writing. It follows the "Human Nature" and "The Family of Blood" story arc, which was adapted by Paul Cornell from his 1995 novel Human Nature; and "Dalek", which used the basic premise as well as several scenes and lines of dialogue adapted by Robert Shearman from his 2003 audio drama Jubilee. "Blink" is referred to as a "Doctor-Lite" episode because the Doctor and his companion have very little screen time. This process allowed two episodes to be filmed simultaneously, a process known as "double banking". This practice had begun with the 2006 entry "Love & Monsters", and would continue for episodes such as "Turn Left", "Midnight", and "The Girl Who Waited". Moffat stated that, due to the "Doctor-lite" structure of the episode, he felt relaxed when he was writing the script for "Blink". Due to the show's tight schedule, "Blink" had only one script meeting. "Blink" was directed by Hettie MacDonald, making her the first female director of a Doctor Who episode since the Sixth Doctor serial The Mark of the Rani. Russell T Davies, the series' executive producer, later noted that, due to MacDonald's work, the episode included some of "the most beautiful we've ever had". British actress Carey Mulligan was chosen to play Sally Sparrow; Mulligan was reportedly ecstatic to have been cast in the series. She was initially concerned with the fact that Tennant would have little screen time, but after the episode aired was very pleased with the final result. Location shooting for scenes set at the Police Station Garage took place at the Coal Exchange and Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff Bay on November 21, 2006. Fields House, located in Newport, filled in for Wester Drumlins. The house was already abandoned and falling into disrepair when the filming crews arrived. Moffat noted that "very little of it was tarted up" for the shoot; Moffat later called the location "the creepiest house" he had ever seen. The name was taken from a previous residence that Moffat lived in during the late 1990s. Larry describes the residence as "Scooby-Doo's house", a reference to the dilapidated mansions that the Scooby-Doo gang would usually visit. The BBC Fact File for the episode notes that 1969—the year Martha, the Doctor and Billy are sent to—is the first year Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! aired.
Originally, the producers considered having Michael Obiora play both the young and old version of Billy Shipton. However, it was decided that Obiora in makeup would look too fake, and so Louis Mahoney was cast to play the older version. Initially, Obiora played the role with a London accent; Mahoney, however, has a thick accent. Obiora had to re-dub his lines to match. Billy mentions that the windows of the TARDIS are the wrong size for a real police box. In 2004, when the first photographs of the new series' TARDIS prop were revealed, there was a vigorous discussion of the box's dimensions on the Outpost Gallifrey Doctor Who discussion forum, in which some fans complained that the prop's windows were too big. Moffat has confirmed that this line is an in-joke aimed at the Outpost Gallifrey forum. Moffat joked that "since I was a kid, I've been thinking of Doctor Who monsters, just now when I do, it costs the art department a lot of money". To create the rigid structure of the angels' dresses, prosthetics supervisors Rob Mayor soaked fabric in fibreglass resin, which was then painted over. Although they are never shown moving on screen, all of the Weeping Angels were played by actresses Aga Blonska and Elen Thomas wearing makeup and prosthetics. The actresses wore two distinct masks: one that was more docile looking, and one with fangs bared. Blonska later noted that "I'm partly painted, partly glued into the costume, but it's quite comfortable." Although the actresses were slightly "wobbly" when they stood still, the producers used digital effects to, in essence, freeze the angels on film. Moffat was very pleased with the results, and called them "fantastic". Mulligan later called the effects "so good" and "really creepy". To create the effect of the Angels rocking the TARDIS Mulligan and Robertson threw themselves around the ship's set. The camera's operator then shook the camera in the opposite direction that Mulligan and Robertson threw themselves. The scene wherein the Doctor talks to Sally via a DVD extra was created by writing a conversation, removing Sally's lines, then having David Tennant record his lines. Moffat felt that this one-way filming made the performance more "authentic". Moffat initially wrote placeholder dialogue in the script for the scene where the Doctor tells Sally that he can hear her in the DVD shop, because he knew the lines that appeared would have to play "double duty later on" and be authentic and fresh both times. Gold called the sequences "the heart of the Chinese puzzle".

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Bio: Tron'c was a robot that got stuck in a time machine during its testing which gave him his extremely long age. Overtime and his adventures he has gained and learned a lot of things that would fill up a mans life 3 times over. To this day he works at the same laboratory that made the time machine. Trionic INC. He follows the company's first CEO Skybreaker in hopes of making his past self go on it again.
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https://plus.google.com/107548421062757691936 Jonathan Rivard : Could Time Machines take us into the future? In the theory explained in this video time travel into ...
Could Time Machines take us into the future? In the theory explained in this video time travel into the future is possible. This is based on Einstein's theories of relativity. In special relativity moving clocks run slower and in general relativity clocks run faster higher in a gravitational field. Therefore we can see the greater the energy of an individual ref-frame the slower time runs within that ref-frame. This is called Time dilation and is a totally natural process within the dynamics of our Universe. A good example of this is the Twin Paradox a thought experiment of identical twins, one of whom is an astronaut and the other stays at home. The astronaut brother undertakes a long space journey moving at almost the speed of light, while the other remains on Earth. When the travelling brother finally returns to Earth, it is discovered that he is younger than his sibling. This experiment could be turned around and instead of using the energy for travelling in space it could be used for the effect of time dilation itself! In this way we could use time dilation to travel into the future! Time would only be relative to the energy of the time machine the greater the energy the slower time would run within the reference frame of the machine and more into the future the time travellers would go!
Watch the video: Time machines to travel into the future? A real possibility!
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Could Time Machines take us into the future? In the theory explained in this video time travel into the future is possible. This is based on Einstein's theor...
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https://plus.google.com/118139463096121864297 Nancy Graciolett-Vega : Could Time Machines take us into the future? In the theory explained in this video time travel into ...
Could Time Machines take us into the future? In the theory explained in this video time travel into the future is possible. This is based on Einstein's theories of relativity. In special relativity moving clocks run slower and in general relativity clocks run faster higher in a gravitational field. Therefore we can see the greater the energy of an individual ref-frame the slower time runs within that ref-frame. This is called Time dilation and is a totally natural process within the dynamics of our Universe. A good example of this is the Twin Paradox a thought experiment of identical twins, one of whom is an astronaut and the other stays at home. The astronaut brother undertakes a long space journey moving at almost the speed of light, while the other remains on Earth. When the travelling brother finally returns to Earth, it is discovered that he is younger than his sibling. This experiment could be turned around and instead of using the energy for travelling in space it could be used for the effect of time dilation itself! In this way we could use time dilation to travel into the future! Time would only be relative to the energy of the time machine the greater the energy the slower time would run within the reference frame of the machine and more into the future the time travellers would go!
Watch the video: Time machines to travel into the future? A real possibility!
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Could Time Machines take us into the future? In the theory explained in this video time travel into the future is possible. This is based on Einstein's theor...
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https://plus.google.com/106035820985092305771 Ted Welles : Could Time Machines take us into the future? In the theory explained in this video time travel into ...
Could Time Machines take us into the future? In the theory explained in this video time travel into the future is possible. This is based on Einstein's theories of relativity. In special relativity moving clocks run slower and in general relativity clocks run faster higher in a gravitational field. Therefore we can see the greater the energy of an individual ref-frame the slower time runs within that ref-frame. This is called Time dilation and is a totally natural process within the dynamics of our Universe. A good example of this is the Twin Paradox a thought experiment of identical twins, one of whom is an astronaut and the other stays at home. The astronaut brother undertakes a long space journey moving at almost the speed of light, while the other remains on Earth. When the travelling brother finally returns to Earth, it is discovered that he is younger than his sibling. This experiment could be turned around and instead of using the energy for travelling in space it could be used for the effect of time dilation itself! In this way we could use time dilation to travel into the future! Time would only be relative to the energy of the time machine the greater the energy the slower time would run within the reference frame of the machine and more into the future the time travellers would go!
Watch the video: Time machines to travel into the future? A real possibility!
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Could Time Machines take us into the future? In the theory explained in this video time travel into the future is possible. This is based on Einstein's theor...
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https://plus.google.com/105068754103193438911 Quantum Atom Theory an artist theory on the physics of 'time' : Could Time Machines take us into the future? In the theory explained in this video time travel into ...
Could Time Machines take us into the future? In the theory explained in this video time travel into the future is possible. This is based on Einstein's theories of relativity. In special relativity moving clocks run slower and in general relativity clocks run faster higher in a gravitational field. Therefore we can see the greater the energy of an individual ref-frame the slower time runs within that ref-frame. This is called Time dilation and is a totally natural process within the dynamics of our Universe. A good example of this is the Twin Paradox a thought experiment of identical twins, one of whom is an astronaut and the other stays at home. The astronaut brother undertakes a long space journey moving at almost the speed of light, while the other remains on Earth. When the travelling brother finally returns to Earth, it is discovered that he is younger than his sibling. This experiment could be turned around and instead of using the energy for travelling in space it could be used for the effect of time dilation itself! In this way we could use time dilation to travel into the future! Time would only be relative to the energy of the time machine the greater the energy the slower time would run within the reference frame of the machine and more into the future the time travellers would go!
Watch the video: Time machines to travel into the future? A real possibility!
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Could Time Machines take us into the future? In the theory explained in this video time travel into the future is possible. This is based on Einstein's theor...
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https://plus.google.com/101414259476453588511 Ray Aoun : Back in the time machine. What's this 17 again hay that's strange first thing I notice is, brothers ...
Back in the time machine.
What's this 17 again hay that's strange first thing I notice is, brothers from the same family are both talking to me and seem to be around without friction, armm I will have to head back to south round and go to Hampton its only 15 minutes away and there are the sisters blonds I remember that live there and the older one had recently furnished the garage to live in and now has ask me to get the stereo working so I started to assist her with it this is as her other younger sister watches and hangs around us. Armm this experiment has shock me totally but it seemed OK the look on my face bcause I was with 2 girls alone, so my consiouse rested with that look of amazment.
So laughed and so did they and and we then put on some music. While the music was on I started to think couldn't and understand this mystery and was it happening, where I come from the future adults have to use or even abuse one to please another, or siblings had to respect that only one at a time could only be friends with me, so then I shook my head and told myself after leaving. It has to be concluded that the ego incentric of a grow up has overrides consiouness. There was no other everdence to support any other believe, I told myself. 
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https://plus.google.com/100684523335663956378 Boxing News : "EVEN if boxing promoter Frank Warren had invented the time machine, nipped back to 1966, and dragged...
"EVEN if boxing promoter Frank Warren had invented the time machine, nipped back to 1966, and dragged a peak Muhammad Ali back to 2014 to take the injured Dereck Chisora’s place against Tyson Fury this Saturday, certain fans would complain....." Click the link for more.
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https://plus.google.com/116351030465415067007 Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery : New comment on the gallery comment kiosk by Claire from Vancouver B.C. at 4:39 pm Wednesday, July 23...
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Claire from Vancouver B.C. at 4:39 pm Wednesday, July 23, 2014

I loved the time machine! I couldn't really see the tree, but I could see people walking and a man standing still. I loved the video too!
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https://plus.google.com/116462566236746124295 Armindo Gonzalez : ** This is a YouTube episode from The Comic Strip Critic. The Episode is called "Calvin and Hobbes: ...
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This is a YouTube episode from The Comic Strip Critic. The Episode is called "Calvin and Hobbes: The Time Machine". I hope you enjoy and for more episodes like this visit The Comic Strip Critic's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ComicStripCritic
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https://plus.google.com/100131312035539416189 Isabelle Latsch : This is just a theory: Time travel is impossible because if you went back to any time but exactly that...
This is just a theory:
Time travel is impossible because if you went back to any time but exactly that day so many years ago, you would land in the middle of space. This is because the time machine would stay in the same place, but the earth is revolving. Even if you did set it to exactly so many years ago, things change a lot. You might just find yourself in the middle of a tree trunk!
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https://plus.google.com/115687378537757278699 Sarojini Pattayat : haiku memory a splash... me in the time machine smile blooms. sarojini pattayat.22/07/2014
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memory a splash... me in the time machine smile blooms. sarojini pattayat.22/07/2014
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memory a splash... me in the time machine smile blooms. sarojini pattayat.22/07/2014
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