Super Time Travelers

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Traveling back in time or in the future is something that always fascinated scientists and the public in general. It’s a big fantasy as human being will never achieve such a prowess. But let’s imagine it was possible. Marty (Michael J. Fox) and Doc (Christopher Lloyd) found a way to travel “Back to the Future”.

Submitted: April 25, 2017

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Traveling back in time or in the future is something that always fascinated scientists and the public in general. It's a big fantasy as human being will never achieve such a prowess. But let's imagine it was possible. It would allow us to answer some questions about the creation of the universe, the earth and so on...

Marty (Michael J. Fox) and Doc (Christopher Lloyd) found a way to travel "Back to the Future". It sounds strange but it makes sense. They've already been in the future and they are going back to it. Now it makes complete sense. But did they ever go to the past? Of course they did. Every time they come back from the future to the present, they are traveling back to the past if we take the future as point of reference.

How did it happen? With the help of a spacecraft, a space rocket, an airplane, a hot-air balloon, or anything else flying? No, it was achieved with the help of a car. Not any car, a very special car called DeLorean time machine. This car is ahead of its time as an electrical car, environmentally friendly. It needs a lot of power to function, and it's provided by a plutonium-fueled nuclear reactor. For more technical details ask its inventor, Doc himself. Marty couldn't believe it was possible and said to Doc:

"Wait a minute. Wait a minute, Doc. Ah... Are you telling me that you built a time machine... out of a DeLorean?"

Not only Doc did it, he did it with style.

"Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads."

Doc believed it was possible to drive a car without a road. Well, that's no exactly true. Only with his DeLorean time machine.

Anyway, he told Marty how he managed to succeed in building the DeLorean time machine:

"If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything."

"My dad used to tell me just the same. Did you hear it from him?" Said Marty

He probably did, but he didn't remember the year. That's the problem when you travel to the past and the future continuously, it makes you lose track of time.

Let's talk now about Marty and her mum. He met her in 1955 and she obviously didn't recognize him. She called him Calvin, and Marty said:

"Calvin? Wh... Why do you keep calling me Calvin?"

"Well, that is your name, isn't it? Calvin Klein? It's written all over your underwear." Answered her mum

If the same scene had happened let's say in 1985, no mothers would have called their son Calvin, I'm pretty sure about it.

Doc was so proud of his achievement to travel in time. But later he regretted if for all the problems it brought him about gambling and said:

"I didn't invent the time machine to win at gambling. I invented the time machine to travel through time! The time-traveling is just too dangerous. Better that I devote myself to study the other great mystery of the universe: women."

When you see Doc holding his remote control, it's hard to believe he ever got interested in women. But if he knew that women are as dangerous as time-traveling he would probably look for another great mystery of the universe.

One of the great thing about time-traveling is that you can make jokes you couldn't make in another situation.

"17 year old Marty McFly got home early last night. 30 years early."

In a normal situation it would be:

"30 years early, 17 year old Marty McFly got home early last night."

It would be a little complicated to convince your teacher at school that the first sentence is correct coming up with the time-traveling argument.

"Marty McFly's having the time of his life. The only question is -- what time is it?"

In a normal situation you would answer: "It's 4pm"

But with time-traveling you get a more complete answer that would look like:

"It's 4pm on the 4th  of July 1955"

"He was never in time for his classes... He wasn't in time for his dinner... Then one day... he wasn't in his time at all."

This one has nothing to do with time-traveling. The problem here is that we don't have eternal life like in Highlander.

"Bumping into your parents is no big deal unless you bump into them before you were born."

I don't think it's a real problem. Actually, It would help the parents to choose to have children if they knew how they'd look like and be like beforehand.

"He's the only kid ever to get into trouble before he was born."

Wrong! Some kids are in trouble into their mother belly in case of pregnancy complications.

"So, goodnight Marty and Doc. Marty, did you keep a copy of the tape you're filming? It must be beautiful to see the DeLorean time machine in action driven by a dog called Einstein. Einstein was really a dog? A dog came up with the theory of relativity?!"


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