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It's a conceit of most, if not all time travel stories, reaching back to H.G. Wells' novel "The Time Machine". Time travel is pretty much always depicted as a displacement in time while remaining spatially fixed relative to the surrounding environment (whatever that surrounding environment might be). There are numerous time travel stories throughout the ...


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The DeLorean has to travel through time and space. I don't think it's something the writers thought about at the time, but the Earth is constantly moving. The flux capacitor has to be able to know exactly where the Earth was or will be. So when the DeLorean drives 88MPH on Main St. in 1955 as it's leaving it arrives on Main St. in 1985. The only time I ...


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