A Long Way Gone Narrative Report

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Michael: Please, travel to the year 3000.
Ship: Calculating… Year 3000.
Multiple buttons flash, chairs pop up from the floor and “Please fasten seatbelt” light is turned on. A woman starts speaking over the video monitor about the many warnings and cautions of time traveling. Also how it could take time to arrive to the destination.
Ship: Prepare to travel!
Blue lights flash and the seatbelts release Michael. Kitchen, Bathroom and Living room lights all turn on.
Michael: Captain, come in. the first trip was successful approaching the black hole now.
Captain: Great, good luck let me know upon arrival to your destination.
Sitting in the bed.
Michael: Lights Off
(Couple of hours later)
Alarms are going off, red lights are flashing, and the seats have been raised from the floor.
Ship: Warning! Black hole approaching! Initiate speed boost! Warning! Black hole approaching!
Michael: Initiate speed boost!
(Sometime later)
Ship: You have arrived at your desired time destination, 3000.
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This theory says that space and time are really aspects of the same thing—space-time. There's a speed limit of 300,000 kilometers per second (or 186,000 miles per second) for anything that travels through space-time, and light always travels the speed limit through empty space. (“Is Time Travel Possible”)
Explaining, the light travels at the speed limit needed to travel through time when in empty space. It also explains in the article, “Time goes slower for you than for the people you left behind. One would not notice this effect until you return to those stationary people.” Continuing the fact that when in space if one were to travel at that speed time goes slower. Explaining if one lived in space for a certain number of years, when you returned to earth the people will be visibly aged more than one who just
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