And still on the topic of time travel, while it may not be possible to construct a machine that allows travel through larger periods of time, such as weeks, years, or decades, shorter spans such as a single minute might be.
The ability to jump back into the past by that sort of interval, may still be enough to change the outcome of future events, as it were. That scenario is certainly possible in the aptly titled short film, One-Minute Time Machine, directed by Devon Avery.
There is, needless to say, a price to be paid for such convenience though…
We all know dwarf planet Pluto used to be one of the planets proper, as it were, but does anyone know how Pluto actually became part of the troupe so to speak? Here’s a version of the story that not too many of us are familiar with…
The truth is they’re both pretty lousy, but together they’re better than all the others… with apologies to Keith Richards. Presenting The Carbonite Maneuver, a fan made trailer that blends elements of both realms. Non-canonical, obviously.
Here’s a blast from the past… The Unisex, Omnisexual Purity Test, something I remember taking, or beginning to take, in 1999. I don’t know how many people would have completed the test, given it consists of five hundred questions, but it likely gets right to the core of one’s modesty when that happens.
There is now a slightly easier to take version of the test. In the late 1990s we had to record our answers on paper. Paper? Talk about cruising the electronic frontier that was the information superhighway, hey?
An office worker films the mundane tasks that are part of his job… might this though be a sign of things to come? Rather than placing online and print adverts for jobs, employers could make trailers for vacant positions instead.
This given the rise of property prices, in some places at least, plus the diminishing availability of land in locations where we wish to reside. But what if you and your partner are dedicated followers of the Kama Sutra? How to partake in what could be relatively confined spaces?