Time will tell

This is the 50th anniversary of the first Young Scientists Exhibition.

I'm a bit miffed to be honest.

You see, I had an entry in the very first one up in the Mansion House, and do you think I got an invite the the 50th celebrations?

No I didn't.

Bastards.

I have never forgiven them for not giving me first prize.  Mine was by far the most innovative and ingenious exhibit.

"The Ramifications of Time Travel, both in Theory and Practice".

The fuckers thought I was making it up.

Unfortunately I lost my notes so I can't give you any great insights into my theory or practice.

After all, I haven't invented them for another four or so years yet.

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    • As far as I remember, I received the notes somewhere around 2019 during a visit from my great-great-great-great grandson.

  1. Although that valuable scientific document is lost, I do hope you'll post something about the Practical Ramifications of Time, based on your experience thereof.

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