Matt and I love to visit aquariums when we are traveling and I have to say The South Florida Museum was a hit! Manitees are my all time favorite animal and have been since I was a little girl. I was almost in tears when this one kept giving me “kisses”
I've spent the last few days thinking about time machines.
How to implement this technology, how it might work, what can I do to make time travel possible.
I think I'm not the only one who would love to meet the person they admire (and who died centuries ago) or to see a Sphinx in Gizeh with its original nose...
Besides the tech, there is another array of problems considering the culture and language. As the world is changing rapidly, hardly anyone from today would fit into life which people had at least century ago. Hardly anyone could come back unharmed after the experience. So we would need to study and process tons of information prior to traveling back in time even if the tech was available. And still, there is no possible guarantee for coming back safe and sound.
So I stuck here, looking for an easier way.
Unfortunately, I'm a slow thinker. Always have been.
Few hours ago I realized that time machines already exist!
They are actually inside us. It might be hard for us to learn the culture and the languages of people who lived centuries before us. But that wouldn't be that hard for our ancestors because, you know, they were that people! They were living there, being eyewitnesses of the history! The same way we are now for the future generations.
I think it might be possible to awaken that memory somehow, using biology and tech.
In the meantime, if you aren't into bio, tech or waiting, you can take an amazing shortcut: find the archives of your family. Write down all the stories and tales the elders tell you.
Immerse in them, in their lives and your imagination might help you see that all with your own eyes.