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Here's an important twist: Are you allowed to come back, or is this a one-way trip?
Would be interesting to see how people's answer would be different if that condition was introduced. I'd bet most people would think a lot harder about that choice, and that some would prefer not to go anywhere at all, despite what they think about their current circumstances...
Hmmm, I dunno it consumes alot of energy to remain into 3-space for an extended period of time. The good news is that they are only expecting 150,000 people to attend the festival. Maybe we can find a parking spot.
I don't know about the first three. But I was in the Beaconette Lounge, at the bar, drinking a cold Dixie beer, waiting for the band to come on, and watched on a black and white TV (the Transmission was in B&W too), as it happened.
It was very cool.
Nothing was said about Elvis or Hitler on the other side of the moon, though.
You've got a time machine, and you're wasting time??
Yes, about eight hours early I believe. Front row seats at the rim of the crater are expensive and it takes a while to coordinate the 700nm viewing ports so all 65,535 viewers get an unobstructed view. Besides, everyone wants to see them land too.
If you know the novel/movie "Time Machine", then you know why it's not a good idea to travel into the future: You will not feel at home in your original time frame any more, and the future will become your present. I know, quoting R. Kelly has become politically incorrect recently, but he puts like this, and I totally agree:
"I wanna have to find my way, and I don't wanna have a clue. Just let the universe surprise me"
So my only option would be to travel into the past. What I'd definitely like to see the most are dinosaurs. My favorite time would be the Jurassic period, as the Cretaceous period with its T-Rex and Velociraptor is too mainstream for me. I'd prefer to see the Brontosaurus, the Allosaurus, the Stegosaurus, the Diplodocus and the Archaeopteryx.