Making Time Travel a Reality

Seems there is a recurring theme in a lot of this ‘time travel’ stuff…

On May 22, 1955, Ronald Mallett’s father, a 33 year-old TV repairman from the Bronx, died of a sudden heart attack. Mallett (pronounced M’lette) was 10 years old at the time and the trauma of the event, not unnaturally, knocked him for six. A year later, he read a 15 cent illustrated redaction of H G Wells’s classic novel The Time Machine, which gave him the idea to build a device that would allow him to return to 1955 and save his father’s life.

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