Oh . . . The Cruxifiction. You want to witness it, of course—
An Eloi Gold Medal Winner
The Time Machine is a sphere full of milky fluid in which the traveler floats enclosed in a rubber suit, breathing through a hose leading into the wall of the machine. —from the graphic adaptation
If you’re talking about time-tours, why don’t you come with us? We’re going to see the Cruxifiction.
The computer display read 23 hours, 3 minutes and 22 seconds on Thursday March 30 of the year 30. We had “traveled back” a total of 17,019,289 hours.
Gentlemen, sleep well tonight. And don’t forget that we are scientists and not science fiction writers.
An Eloi Silver Medal Winner
“I’m talking time travel,” William went on. “You could go back in time and meet Jesus. Assuming he existed.”
Brie: Hamlet 2? Doesn’t everybody die at the end of the first one? Dana: I have a device.