The Future Is Now!
Firefly: River explains why she doesn’t celebrate her brother’s birthday.
H.G. Wells – Time Machine
Futurama Episode with H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine.
Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court
Thomas Cole’s Voyage of Life is another example of Time as River.
Asher B. Durand’s Progress is a spatio-temporal landscape.
All You Zombies
The Bartender’s ring: the “ouroboros… the World Snake that eats its own tail, forever without end. A symbol of The Great Paradox.”
Donnie Darko can see into the future, and the future looks like a snake!
Marty some serious mom-issues.
More of a Celtic Knot.
Interstellar visualizing extra-dimensional space.
Man tries to be father, becomes uncle instead.
The Gernsback Continuum
This is the world of the 1939 World’s Fair.
Bel Geddes airships.
Phantom of Tuscon
Gernsback’s Dream of Sci Fi
Nazi Love Motel (dangeous click!)
What a Hugo Award looks like.
What a V-2 Rocket looks like, the first long-range guided ballistic missile.
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