“How do imaginary time machines work?”

TARDIS used in the current Dr. Who on display at BBC TV Centre. (Photo © zir.com via Wikipedia)

Um… With your imagination?

Any one got a better answer for The Five-Year-Old? She doesn’t like mine.

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About Shala Howell

I write about wildly curious kids, rabbits who hunt dragons, and 1880s Boston. When I’m not scratching my head over pesky characters who refuse to do things how I want them done or dreaming of my next book (which will of course be much easier to write than the current one), I blog about life with a very curious Ten-Year-Old at Caterpickles.com, muse about books and the writing life at BostonWriters.blog, or tweet about books, writing, science, & things that make me smile at @shalahowell.
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5 Responses to “How do imaginary time machines work?”

  1. Sheila says:

    Please tell the five-year-old that I know how they work and I know how to make one. Summer is the perfect time and we will make a magic time machine when I come to visit. I never told you about this because the knowledge has to skip at least one generation.


  2. Paul says:

    The Doctor’s time machine apparently has a black hole as part of its inner workings. There is a book on this that I read one time many summers ago.


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