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Time Travel poll [Nov. 12th, 2012|03:25 pm]

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Poll #1878499
Open to: All, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 94

You can make a round trip in a time machine. There are only a few choices to select from, and you can only make a single trip. The duration of each trip can only last 2 hours at the longest, or 5 minutes at the shortest. What time travelling destination do you pick?

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Within 5' of yourself when you were 10 years of age. No temporal paradoxes will occur, and no hard shall come to your present day when you return. You can tell your younger self anything
12 (12.9%)
Liverpool. The very first gig the Beatles played, before they were discovered
4 (4.3%)
Within 100' of the Colossus of Rhodes, when it still stood
0 (0.0%)
Jurassic era. Atop a hill with a good vantage point
9 (9.7%)
November 12, 2112. The very spot you're in now. You can see how futuristic the world is then
7 (7.5%)
Bell tower within sight of Adolph Hitler during one of his speeches. There's a sniper rifle already in the tower
8 (8.6%)
In the audience when Lincoln gave the Gettysberg Address
3 (3.2%)
Party during the roaring 20s
6 (6.5%)
At a party of the Marquis de Sade. One of his private, after-hours parties
2 (2.2%)
Ancient Egypt. Old kingdom. A year after the Great Pyramid was completed. It was supposed to be covered in gold or something
3 (3.2%)
Woodstock. August 17, 1969. Close to the stage
6 (6.5%)
November 12, 2032. The very spot you're in now. You could maybe see what's successful then and maybe prepare yourself when you return
14 (15.1%)
Within 50' of Jesus during the Sermon on the Mount. If you go nowhere, it proves that there was no such person, and you have finally know for sure
8 (8.6%)
Aboard the Titanic on its maiden voyage, one day before the iceberg disaster
7 (7.5%)
October 28, 1943. Within visual distance of the Philadelphia Experiment. You can if it really happened, and if it did, what exactly it was
4 (4.3%)


Edit: #1 - no HARM , not hard
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