Film and TV

Neutrinos and the 10 coolest time travel methods in cinematic history

While doing science last week, probably in an attempt to fit more tools into their army's knives, the Swiss broke the Universe. They recorded Neutrinos, a shape-shifting subatomic particle known for sounding like an awesome breakfast cereal, moving faster than light. Now their hills are alive with the sound of earth-shattering consequences: if Neutrinos can move faster than light, the thing can move back in time. While we're excited to finally have a way to sell our leftover VHS tapes of Fools Rush In, "Oh, I caught a neutrino," is literally the worst possible expression one could use to describe their jaunt through time. Here are ten time-travel methods that are way cooler.
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Tim Davids