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- n. Hypothetical or fictional travel at will to the past or the future, typically by means of a machine (a time machine) or a wormhole.
Unfortunately, Talker's race had no inkling of relativity, as their science was of the type which develops better guns and faster ships, without bothering too much with theory; and Kirk's only acquaintance with the concept had been made through the pages of a classic novel on time travel — the only such work he had ever read, and one which had emphasized the fourth dimension rather than velocity-mass ratios.
Vincent was, demonstrating another program, and the studio exec, still pitching time travel to the Marilyns, and Heada.
Their adventures with time travel hadn’t really made it possible for Katherine to be the prissy, perfect-hair cheerleader type.
"There was an ILMGM exec who used to come to the parties who was always using time travel as a line.
"Of course, you'd need time travel to go find one-they're all dead-and that's impossible, too."