The Time Machine (2002): Practical-applications-of-time-travel

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The clip practical-applications-of-time-travel from The Time Machine (2002) with Orlando Jones, Guy Pearce....
The clip practical-applications-of-time-travel from The Time Machine (2002) with Orlando Jones, Guy Pearce. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. - Oh. - Area of inquiry? - Do you know anything about physics? - Ah, accessing physics. Mechanical engineering. Dimensional optics. Chronography. Temporal causality, Temporal paradox. - Time travel? - Yes. Accessing science fiction. No, no. Practical application. My question is why can't One change the past? Because one cannot travel into the past. - What-What if one could? - One can not. Excuse me, this is something You should trust me on. Accessing the writings Of Isaac Asimov, H.G. Wells, Harlan Elison, Alexander Hartdegen-- - Tel me about him. - Alexander Hartdegen, 1869 to 1903, American scientist Given to eccentric postulation. Found writings include treatise On the creation of a time machine. - Tel me about the time machine. - Time Machine was written by H.G. Wells in 1894. It was a motion picture by George Pal and a stage musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber-- - That's not what I mean. - Would you like to hear Selections from the score? - No. - There's a place called tomorrow A place of joy Not of sorrow Can't you see It's a place for you and-- Thank you. That's quite enough. Will there be anything else? Uh, no. No, I think I'll have better Luck in a few hundred years. Live long and prosper.
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