A fascinating look into the dangerous lives of scientists in a savage world
No doubt being caught deceiving their ruthless rulers would be front and center in the minds of scientists living in a Barbaric world. They would know that being caught would surely mean their deaths, but not only their deaths, most likely the deaths of their families as well. And i . . .
Ending slavery, plague, famine, and other humanitarian crises
We can only imagine what scientists might do if they were to travel back in time. Scientists in a Barbaric world would probably have revenge and desperation on their minds. If not revenge certainly she/he would want to change things for the betterment of fellow colleagues and other people in simi . . .
Ripples, folds, and rips in the fabric of time
This question has been debated for many years. Some say no way, some say if we could go faster than the speed of light then we’d be able to travel into the past. Others say; if it were at all possible you could only travel to the future.
The internet is full of articles showing very old film clip . . .
Natural disasters and other large-scale problems drive scientists to seek solutions
Greed, love, guilt & revenge are reasons why someone like you and I may want to travel back in time but; why would a scientist, fully aware of the potential consequences, even consider going back in time? Would Earth, ravaged by the strike of a meteorite, be enough of a . . .