How to Build a Time Machine
Do I Need a Time Machine?
Whether or not you are a proponent of the Novikov Self Consistency Theory or are just plain interested in Chronology Protection Conjecture, one thing is for sure. You are not going to be able to move your personal stock of atoms anywhere funky on the time space continuum without a Time Machine.
Enter stage left, the MXI2013 or as it has been nicknamed by its chief engineer the TASRM (the personal Time And Space Relocation Machine). As with most ground breaking inventions, the catalyst for the TASRM came in a rare moment of insight when pondering alternate uses for currently available products.
Time Machine Portal Entry Point
It may sound basic to say but certain famous prior would-be inventors of a Time Machine have forgotten to design a suitable entry point to their portal.
On this functional prototype a waffled board partially modelled through observing hive like structures in nature was selected and protected using a particle impervious edge strip as shown below.
While giving the Time Traveller the sensation of a smooth portal entry edge, when viewed up close a series of peaks and troughs are evident which trap sub atomic free matter which protects the occupant.
An interconnecting series of cleverly designed Micro Antennae work in concert to locate the exact moment in time and geographic location you wish to relocate to. These Micro Antennae harness the added safety of eliminating any chance of Temporal Paradoxes that have hamstrung the creative yet conservative minds of the past.
Time Travel - Surviving the Ride
The excitement of Time and Space Travel must not drown out the reality of our physical beings. To this end a conduit which provides for the continually and consistent supply of oxygen has been part of the TASRM design brief from its genesis.
Successful Time Travel Journeys
The MXI2013 Time Machine has already made successful return missions to places such as Canada, USA and England both in the past and future time axis. Although current Time Travellers have kept a low profile, the claim that Stephen Hawkins has made about time travel being unlikely because we have never met any tourists from the future looks set to be dispelled.
I made a point of visiting him using the MXI2013 to tell him, but he pointed out that although I had travelled back five years, he made his comment prior to this so he could not prevent his statement existing. I offered him a chance to travel back so he could revise his theory before he released it into the public domain, but he indicated he would prefer the coverage and controversy because any press is good press.
There are a myriad of factors to consider when designing your very own Time Machine. It is helpful to start big and break each challenge down into its smaller parts. That way rather then saying "How on earth can I build a Time Machine?", you are more likely to pose the question "What am I going to do with the lollipops?"
Happy Time Travelling. Just remember if at first you don't succeed....that was probably your only shot!