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This shirt has a sort of timeless vibe.
I don't get the "musical instrument".
One of these is not like the others....
That's a lot of time travel ideas.
eddyrayb wrote:I don't get the "musical instrument".
Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of time. Video game.
Spose it was too much to hope for one of Primeval's anomalies to be on this.
Also, aren't the Stargates wormholes?
Quite a collection of choices...and yet here we are still waiting for a flying car and a hoverboard ; )
You forgot the Pocket watch from Voyagers!
Forgivable, it only ran one season.
Allegro100 wrote:Spose it was too much to hope for one of Primeval's anomalies to be on this.
Also, aren't the Stargates wormholes?
Yes, but if you take one that runs too close to a solar flare it can take you back in time.
I'd glad the map from Time Bandits made an appearance.
Aye, picking my brain for that one too. Not sure about the amulet either. There should also be a pocket watch and a dagger, I'm thinking.
You forgot the CCTBS from "My Favorite Martian".
Still a cool shirt.
Barzydlo wrote:Not sure about the amulet either..
That the time winder from Harry Potter.
The Stargate doesn't really belong, as time travel wasn't its actual purpose. Better would have been the whirlpool from Land of the Lost.
ChoGaijin wrote:Yes, but if you take one that runs too close to a solar flare it can take you back in time.
Prime Suspect wrote:That the time winder from Harry Potter.
*pushes glasses up nose*
Um, I don't see any books here.
ilta wrote:Time Turner.
*pushes glasses up nose*
Missing the dagger from Prince of Persia and the typical planet slingshot as used on Star Trek....
Legend of Zelda
They could have had Tim Kazurinsky, as Seiko, one of "The Interesting Four". He had the power to turn back time 3 seconds. But then everything happens just they way it did before, so nothing could actually be changed. The other members were Weather Woman (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) who could raise or lower the temperature in a room a few degrees, The Human Stapler (Brad Hall) who could join any two objects together, and Mr. Wonderful (Joe Piscopo), who had a live microphone fused to his hand, but no real additional ability.
This shirt was designed with me in mind.
Prime Suspect wrote:GEEK TEST!!
On a side note, the Ocarina of Time did not allow for time travel either, it simply sped up time or transported Link to the Temple of Time, where the master sword worked it's magic...
What is "the way back"?
I guess The Time Tunnel would have been a little dated, would have made a cool graphic though.
grunyen wrote:What is "the way back"?
Mr. Peabody and Sherman
Just a guess, but I think it's from the upcoming animated flick "Mr. Peabody and Sherman".
Also missing is the box from "Primer". If you haven't seen it, it is probably the best, most realistic, time travel movie ever.
But you'll need to see it at least 2 times, it is not for the weak of mind.
krichar77 wrote:Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of time. Video game.
I was also very happy to see the Time Bandits map on there. I know I'm probably missing something obvious, but what does "The Portal" refer to? It seems kind of generic, and while I guess it could refer to the Portal series of games, I thought those were just space (not time).
rurouni13 wrote:I was also very happy to see the Time Bandits map on there. I know I'm probably missing something obvious, but what does "The Portal" refer to? It seems kind of generic, and while I guess it could refer to the Portal series of games, I thought those were just space (not time).
Star Trek. "The City on the Edge of Forever." One of my favorites
McCoy gets all crazy because he accidentally injects himself with too much of a drug. He goes through the portal as it's showing Earth's past and inadvertently changes the future. Then Kirk and Spock have to jump through to retrieve McCoy and restore the future.
Why no "Machine Language Time Code"?
The Stargate really bugs me on this shirt. Yes, there are instances when it can transport through time, but that is more of a technical error than anything.
It's an Ocarina from Zelda Ocarina of Time. Link used it.
I'm shocked at the lack of Applied Cryogenics Pod from Futurama! An Egg Timer with an LED readout of "1000 years" with a frozen beer next to it (or something like that) would have worked.
Additionally, there could have been reference to: Superman, Samurai Jack and Twelve Monkeys, to name a few. Although I suppose most of those would be difficult to indicate through small, easily recognizable symbols. Either way, neat idea! I'd buy one but I'm not a very big fan of a few of those movies.
atstover wrote:On a side note, the Ocarina of Time did not allow for time travel either, it simply sped up time or transported Link to the Temple of Time, where the master sword worked it's magic...
Well that may be true for that Zelda, but in Majora's Mask the Ocarina worked directly as a time machine as it allowed Link to travel back to the first day at any moment.
Missing the Enterprise (and other Star Trek goodies), and several from fiction. Like Heinlein's various timetravel devices, the Time Wars devises, Niven's, amongst others.
And where is the Tipler cylinder?
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