Time travelling machine for $199 (399 for deluxe edition).

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Re: Time travelling machine for $199 (399 for deluxe edition).

#21  Postby CdesignProponentsist » Aug 06, 2013 9:08 pm

I heard it only goes back a quarter of a second, with a quarter of a second delay.
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Re: Time travelling machine for $199 (399 for deluxe edition).

#23  Postby Animavore » Aug 07, 2013 10:35 am

Each time I see an unfamiliar name has just posted I race to click it to see if the inventor of the machine has had the balls to write a defence :tehe:
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Re: Time travelling machine for $199 (399 for deluxe edition).

#24  Postby Varangian » Aug 07, 2013 12:07 pm

Animavore wrote:Each time I see an unfamiliar name has just posted I race to click it to see if the inventor of the machine has had the balls to write a defence :tehe:


He will in the future, but then he went back and deleted it.
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Re: Time travelling machine for $199 (399 for deluxe edition).

#25  Postby Teague » Aug 22, 2013 12:42 pm

Animavore wrote:

Do not bid, if you do not believe in magic, or lack of respect in wicca, pagan powers or lack of respect for the GOD (creator of the universe).





This is the particular nonsense that aggravates me to wanting to punch these can artist assholes in the face. Oh he won't ever know he's a non-believer!

Yeah I don't believe in made up bullshit that has no effect on reality. Do you want to cast a spell about stopping my fist from landing in your face - I can guarantee failure 100% of the time and we can do repeated tests if you like.
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Re: Time travelling machine for $199 (399 for deluxe edition).

#26  Postby johnbrandt » Feb 01, 2014 7:59 am

I have a few stickers on the case of my Acer tablet that I take to work. Some came from some science fiction magazine a workmate had. I particularly like this one, fashioned to look like a riveted-on name plate on a machine:
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I suppose technically you could put it on any old bix with a power switch and a light and it would be an accurate description...provided you added "at the rate of one second per second" or something...I wonder if there's a market for them...? :lol:
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Re: Time travelling machine for $199 (399 for deluxe edition).

#27  Postby ScientificSkeptic » Feb 08, 2014 4:09 pm

I heard it was made for someones college graduation project....
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Re: Time travelling machine for $199 (399 for deluxe edition).

#28  Postby ScientificSkeptic » Feb 09, 2014 6:44 am

The deluxe edition is made out of extra thick tin foil....
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Re: Time travelling machine for $199 (399 for deluxe edition).

#29  Postby Darwinsbulldog » Feb 09, 2014 7:20 am

As far as I know there are two succesful time machine projects:-

1. The first is Paul Davies's design [which should work] provided minor engineering details can be ironed out. This includes shaping 3000 stars into a cylinder and rotating it at 2/3 the speed of light.
2. The other time machine project, is both fully designed and fully operational: Lenski Labs Long term Evolution of E.coli.
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