And thus, she has saved him from his gruesome fate in their home universe. The end. 😀
I hope it’s not!
Vague explanation, but considering space constraint, it is said well enough to understand. It makes sense too. Those two chips are the biggest problems in making such a device. Now all that stands is the question, “How does it actually travel?”
I hope it isn’t either.
What’s vague? It answered why it’s broken. All that’s left to exp0lain about the device is it’s execution of temporal displacement.
Time to find Jase. ‘We’ll get you out of the mess you’re in and in return you take us to where we can get this repaired and go home’ Or least find a clue that he’s on the same planet anyway
Or go get some magic help. Just explain to the magician what you need, and if he’s magic enough he makes it. Like the Wizard of Oz only less fail, more awesome.
The wizard himself I mean. The movie’s a classic.
I meant that it didn’t explain the (rather pointless to explain) details of it all.
That movie is one of the few “near perfect” movies out there. I’m also curious as to why you chose that particular ATM page as the hyperlink to your name.
What details? Overheating expanded the motherboard, causing the chip to be put under stress (in addition to the heat). And bingo. Damage to the time chip. You mean like… which individual circuits were damaged? Or do you mean in what specific way was it damaged? Expansion and heat would cause it to warp and damage the circuits; perhaps it could melt some solder.
i mean the extreme details like… what you said, or made-up words, like “the temporticullarity-modulationitator defragemotioned the rifty-inducermothinkger.”
Like I said it would be pointless to make up words with no meaning other than for comedic effect.
that’s all I ever meant.
Well, if sliders taught me anything about dimensional travel, my answer to this would be simple. Roll the dice! keep jumping with the broken thing till you land in a futuristic dimension. I mean, whats the worst that could happen? lol
The worst is that they end up in a black hole.
I didn’t choose the link, I think it may have something to do with not having an avatar. Not sure. I should probably figure it out.
From a technical standpoint – lame.
Even if it was possible to be partially broken like that (which is highly improbable), the CPU would just have to work at it much longer, mean that, rather than taking a few min to make the calculations, it would take several hours, but still be possible.
In other words, encoding 1080 x264 video on a netbook, rather than a dual CPU quad-core.
Or, possibly, it can’t work at a lower speed. Kind of like being shot out of a catapult that’s lost it’s tension, perhaps less then full strength means not hitting the target and falling into the moat. Or the time stream in this case. Doubtless filled with time pikes.
It is also possible that the time chip is using a fundamentally different type of calculation, like how quantum computing can crack encryption in seconds what would take normal computers years, or eons by working multiple paths and values in an algorithm at the same time.
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