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27th Mar '16 2:12:04 PM Dutchtica
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* In SuskeEnWiske Professor Barabus has the ''Tele''timemachine which, as the name suggests, is also designed to carry you across distances, so that the titular duo and friends can have adventures ranging from the Wild West to Ancient Greece or Medieval Japan.
23rd Jan '16 9:26:11 PM nombretomado
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* In the British comic ''StrontiumDog'', this is actually used as a weapon, with time-travel guns, bombs and mines.

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* In the British comic ''StrontiumDog'', ''ComicBook/StrontiumDog'', this is actually used as a weapon, with time-travel guns, bombs and mines.
23rd Jan '16 10:53:03 AM thatother1dude
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->'''Kryten:''' ''All the ship's chronometers indicate that this is August the 16th, in the year 1421, just one day out.''\\
'''Rimmer:''' ''Give us visual. Let's see what it's like out there.''\\
'''Lister:''' ''Okay, punching it up. ... We're still where we were!''\\
'''Kryten:''' ''Of course. We're still in deep space, sir, only now we're in deep space in the 15th century. Isn't it wonderful?''

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->'''Kryten:''' ''All All the ship's chronometers indicate that this is August the 16th, in the year 1421, just one day out.''\\
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'''Rimmer:''' ''Give Give us visual. Let's see what it's like out there.''\\
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'''Lister:''' ''Okay, Okay, punching it up. ... We're still where we were!''\\
were!\\
'''Kryten:''' ''Of Of course. We're still in deep space, sir, only now we're in deep space in the 15th century. Isn't it wonderful?''wonderful?
21st Jan '16 9:00:56 PM TomWalpertac2
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* In the ''Literature/SholanAlliance'' book "Fire Margins", when Carrie, Kusac and Kaid do their time travel thing, their destination winds up being a temple, many miles from where they started. Much later, Vartra drags Kaid into the past and returns him to his bedroom in the present.
11th Jan '16 12:42:37 PM eroock
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* In Don Hertzfeldt's short film ''World of Tomorrow'', future Emily explains that time travel is still very unpredictable, and extremely dangerous in their time.

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* In Don Hertzfeldt's short film ''World of Tomorrow'', future Emily explains that time travel is still very unpredictable, unpredictable and extremely dangerous in their her time.
11th Jan '16 12:42:00 PM eroock
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* In Don Hertzfeldt's short film ''World of Tomorrow'', future Emily explains that time travel is still very unpredictable,
and extremely dangerous in their time.
-->'''Future Emily''': If the position of the orbiting earth is not accurately calculated, a person can be sent off the planet. Many of our brave test clones are also still regularly crushed beneath the ground, or accidentally deposited hundreds
of thousands of years into the past.

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* In Don Hertzfeldt's short film ''World of Tomorrow'', future Emily explains that time travel is still very unpredictable,
unpredictable, and extremely dangerous in their time.
-->'''Future Emily''': If the position of the orbiting earth is not accurately calculated, a person can be sent off the planet. Many of our brave test clones are also still regularly crushed beneath the ground, or accidentally deposited hundreds
hundreds of thousands of years into the past.
11th Jan '16 12:41:26 PM eroock
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* In Don Hertzfeldt's short film ''World of Tomorrow'', future Emily explains that time travel is still very unpredictable,
and extremely dangerous in their time.
-->'''Future Emily''': If the position of the orbiting earth is not accurately calculated, a person can be sent off the planet. Many of our brave test clones are also still regularly crushed beneath the ground, or accidentally deposited hundreds
of thousands of years into the past.
10th Jan '16 12:16:45 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "SB-129", after visiting the future and the past, Squidward ends up...somewhere big and empty, where he can finally be alone. A few seconds later, he desperately wants out.

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* In the ''SpongeBobSquarePants'' ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "SB-129", after visiting the future and the past, Squidward ends up...somewhere big and empty, where he can finally be alone. A few seconds later, he desperately wants out.
5th Nov '15 1:28:06 PM Morgenthaler
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* H. G. Wells' ''TheTimeMachine''. The traveller can see the world outside the windows rushing past in a blur, so the time machine is physically remaining in place and just being sped up somehow, not "teleporting" through time (so, like any object resting on the ground, it's carried along with the continental drift). The original text explicitly explains that the forward-moving object exists in a state rarefied by the factor of its time speedup, so to non-travelling observers it is virtually invisible, and collisions are no problem.

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* H. G. Wells' ''TheTimeMachine''.''Literature/TheTimeMachine''. The traveller can see the world outside the windows rushing past in a blur, so the time machine is physically remaining in place and just being sped up somehow, not "teleporting" through time (so, like any object resting on the ground, it's carried along with the continental drift). The original text explicitly explains that the forward-moving object exists in a state rarefied by the factor of its time speedup, so to non-travelling observers it is virtually invisible, and collisions are no problem.



* The ''TheGirlFromTomorrow'' series.

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* The ''TheGirlFromTomorrow'' ''Series/TheGirlFromTomorrow'' series.
1st Nov '15 8:29:00 PM ThatFanwiththeGlasses
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** "The Mind Robber" has a [[MindScrew particularly strange]] example. In order to escape an erupting volcano, the Doctor utilizes the TARDIS's emergency circuit, which takes him and his companions out of time and space, leaving them "nowhere". Later, as they attempt to reenter reality, the TARDIS gets hijacked, explodes, and deposits its passengers in the "Land of Fiction".
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