Lecture: Take Time –

Documents
.pdf of “The Gernsback Continuum”

.pdf of “The Great Clock”

Galatea 2.2 – Quotes

Evan’s Useful Handout of Time Quotations

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Time Overview

 

The Books – Take Time

Jacob von Hogflume

@vonHogflume

Large Hadron Collider

Eloi Cole’s Twitter Feed

John Titor.

Titor describes his Time Machine.

Google Time

Oxford English Dictionary “TIME

Let’s ask Tom O’Brian, the physicist in charge of the world’s most accurate atomic clock (00:26).

Neuroscience on Time: Dean Buonomano

Psychologist on time: Marc Wittmann

Dr. Who’s Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey…stuff.

The Time Traveler’s Wife

Needle in a Timestack.

.pdf of “Needle in a Timestack”

Chris Marker – La Jetee

Full video of La Jetee

Primer (2004)

Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

Mundane Manifesto

Chronotope

 

Galatea 2.2

Notes and Quotes

Keats reference.

 

The Great Clock

.pdf of “The Great Clock”

Edgar Allan Poe

Mirrors reflecting mirrors.

Turtles all the way down.

Food in the Matrix

Sisyphus Slinky

Chaplin – Modern Times

Garfield kicks Odie

1 Corinthians 13:12

 

 

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.

A steamboat.

 

The Gernsback Continuum

.pdf of “The Gernsback Continuum”

This is the world of the 1939 World’s Fair.

Bel Geddes airships.

Tom Swift and his Flying Lab

Tom Swift and his Airship

Phantom of Tuscon

Gernsback’s Dream of Sci Fi

Nazi Love Motel (dangerous 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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