hell, that's the most sense you've made all month.
was that a tardis? i've always wondered whether they're comfortable....
Big Hot Lemon,I am usually aiming in the opposite direction.Anand,Actually it was just a police box. I had trouble getting a picture of an actual tardis. But yeah they are comfy, they have lots of headroom and cup holders galore! -EG
That's some fucked up shit.
Aren't you forgetting a DeLorean?
Freaky. I noticed two images were missing and was editing this while you were commenting. Please note the new image between the phone both and the H.G. Wells model as well as at the end of the post.
Does it hurt going through a wormhole?
Not if you use lube.
Strange things are afoot at the Rock -n Roll Astronaut Universe.Party on.
GkL,Ubergeekess that you are, can you name all the manner of time conveyances pictured? -EG
The first two are examples of anytime the writers of Star Trek are too lazy to come up with something new to explain the existance or non-existance of something and whip out the blasted wormhole explanation. Which reminds me, where's the time-space continum illustrated?Weird. I'm watching Dr. Who as I write this.I believe next are the light cone, Bill & Ted's phone booth (total rip off of Dr. Who's tardis), Doc's flux capacitor, Wells' time machine, a black hole (?), and the time tunnel (where's Austin Powers when you need him?).I don't know the red guy - if it's a comic book thing, that would explain it, unless he's to represent the speed of light?Question for you - what is Twain's work based on time travel?
You are right on all of them except the wormholes were just wormholes. I am a Star Wars fan and think of things in terms of hyperspace, and almost never in Star Trek terms. The comic book hero isn't a real comic book. It is from NBC's Heroes which I am really not into, but I dug the image.The Twain work is Connecticut Yankee, unless you are asking me something truly difficult like what that is based on in which case I got bubpkis.
Thank you for returning to our senses.
Hey, Dale. Don't tell Kristi that she missed the map of the universe from Time Bandits.
Aha! I have been beating my brain up trying to remember the name of the movie, Time Bandits. I think I've taken one too many hits to the helmet lately, but I did recognize it.You are correct with the Twain reference. Interesting how he doesn't explain the time travel, it just exists.
It does just exist, doesn't it?
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