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23rd Mar '18 3:32:51 PM longWriter
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* ''Music/KidsPraise'': Psalty managed to invent a Time Machine ''by accident'' in the seventh album. He'd ''wanted'' to invent a machine that stretches time, to give the kids the time they needed to perform weeks of research for a project that was due the following day. He showed his "Take Your Time Machine" to the kids without testing it first, which [[WhatDoesThisButtonDo led to]] AdventuresInTheBible.
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18th Mar '18 2:44:43 PM john_e
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* The Outlandish Watch in ''Literature/SylvieAndBruno'' is another early example, allowing the user to travel up to a month into their past and return to the present. It also allows its user to experience events backwards for an hour.
21st Feb '18 9:43:52 AM Woodrobin
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* The ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes possesses a [[http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Time_Bubble time bubble]] that they often used to visit Superboy and Supergirl.

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* The ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes possesses a [[http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Time_Bubble time bubble]] that they often used to visit Superboy and Supergirl. Previously, they had used a stationary, room-sized Time Cube to project and retrieve travelers, who had to return to the physical location they arrived at and be there exactly 24 hours later, or be stranded in the past. Braniac 5 invented the Time Sphere (a mobile, miniaturized improvement on the Cube built into an environmental bubble) in his pre-teens . . . so he could go back in time and prove Superman was real.
30th Oct '17 2:56:05 AM Mhazard
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* In ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'', Nobita’s desk houses Doraemon Time Machine, and is one of the most commonly used gadgets in the series.

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* In ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'', Nobita’s desk houses Doraemon Doraemon's Time Machine, and it is one of the most commonly used gadgets in the series.
30th Oct '17 2:55:03 AM Mhazard
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* In ‘’Anime/{{Doraemon}}’’, Nobita’s desk houses Doraemon Time Machine, and is one of the most commonly used gadgets in the series.

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* In ‘’Anime/{{Doraemon}}’’, ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'', Nobita’s desk houses Doraemon Time Machine, and is one of the most commonly used gadgets in the series.
30th Oct '17 2:53:31 AM Mhazard
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* In ‘’Anime/{{Doraemon}}’’, Nobita’s desk houses Doraemon Time Machine, and is one of the most commonly used gadgets in the series.
20th Oct '17 4:42:05 AM Ccook1956
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-->'''Narrator:''' But where is he going, Professor?\

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-->'''Narrator:''' But where is he going, Professor?\Professor?\\
20th Oct '17 4:41:12 AM Ccook1956
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* In the Al Brodax WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}} cartoons made by Jack Kinney, Professor O.G. Wottaschnozzle had a time machine that he used to take Popeye to historical points in time. The only time he sent Popeye to somewhere other than time is when Olive Oyl accidentally got sucked in and taken to a metallic planet.

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* In the Al Brodax WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}} cartoons made by Jack Kinney, Professor O.G. Wottaschnozzle had a time machine that he used to take Popeye to historical points in time. The only time he sent Popeye to somewhere other than time is when Olive Oyl accidentally got sucked in and taken to a metallic planet. The Professor was never really sure where Popeye would end up.
-->'''Narrator:''' But where is he going, Professor?\
'''Professor:''' I don't know. We take pot luck.
20th Oct '17 12:18:27 AM PaulA
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* [[TimeDilationField Time Dilation Fields]] are used extensively in Creator/LarryNiven's ''Literature/KnownSpace'' stories, most notably ''ARM'' and ''World of Ptavvs''. These are effectively time machines that only operate ''forward'' in time. The Slaver Stasis Field is a special kind of Time Dilation Field: inside one, time ''stops''. ''World of Ptavvs'' has a character who's been in one for a ''very'' long time (in the outside universe, of course; from his perspective he just now turned it on).

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* [[TimeDilationField Time Dilation Fields]] are used extensively in Creator/LarryNiven's ''Literature/KnownSpace'' stories, most notably ''ARM'' and ''World of Ptavvs''.''Literature/WorldOfPtavvs''. These are effectively time machines that only operate ''forward'' in time. The Slaver Stasis Field is a special kind of Time Dilation Field: inside one, time ''stops''. ''World of Ptavvs'' has a character who's been in one for a ''very'' long time (in the outside universe, of course; from his perspective he just now turned it on).
19th Oct '17 10:29:02 AM Ccook1956
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* In the Al Brodax WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}} cartoons made by Jack Kinney, Professor O.G. Wottaschnozzle had a time machine that he used to take Popeye to historical points in time. The only time he sent Popeye to somewhere other than time is when Olive Oyl accidentally got sucked in and taken to a metallic planet.



* In the Al Brodax ''WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}} cartoons made by Jack Kinney, Professor O.G. Wottaschnozzle had a time machine that he used to take Popeye to historical points in time. The only time he sent Popeye to somewhere other than time is when Olive Oyl accidentally got sucked in and taken to a metallic planet.
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