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Fully Functional Flux Capacitor*

Friday, May 29th, 2009

flux capacitor*Okay, it may not propel you back in time like the one in Back to the Future, but it sure would look cool in your car. According to ThinkGeek; “Please Note: ThinkGeek is not responsible for any problems created in this, or any other, time stream. Nor are we responsible if you are pulled over for speeding and try to get out of it by claiming you had to get up to 88mph.”

[$249.99 from ThinkGeek]

Time Travel Cheat Sheet

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

Time Travel Cheat SheetSo you’ve added the 1.21 jigawatts to your iPhone and fitted your Delorian with the proper license plate. Now what? You want to change history right, maybe get some fuel for your flying car, but you forgot the basic science, needed. No problem, just make sure you have this handy time travel chart stored in your time machine.

[$19 from Topatoco]

Back to the Future License Plate

Sunday, January 18th, 2009

OUTATIMESince all true Back to the Future fans already have their DeLorean with a Flux Capacitor, there is just one thing missing. An Outatime, license plate. Just like the one on Doc Brown’s DeLorean! A great, full size, replica of the plate that Doc Brown left spinning in between two fire trails. Actually, that Einstein left spinning, since he was in the driver’s seat at the time.

Price: $29.99

[Via ThinkGeek.]

“It was a dark night in October – October 25, 1985, to be exact. That was the day we discovered that time travel was possible. Doc Brown and me. When that DeLorean hit 88mph and all those blue lights started flashing, I knew we were on to something. And then – BAMMO – I was flying though the future. It was surreal. I was told later that I left behind trails of fire and the license plate. OUTATIME, the plate read. Oh, what a rush.”

–excerpt from the book “Einstein’s Diary: My Journey Through Time and Back”

1.21 Jigawatts

Sunday, December 14th, 2008

Ready to get you iPhone up to 88 miles an hour? TMSoft has made available a Flux Capacitor for the iPhone, which will take your iPhone back in time and reference information from that date. There are a couple warnings about using it. First, never feed it after midnight. Second, never get it wet. Oh, wait, wrong 80’s movie reference. See the “real” warnings below.

– Animated glowing flux capacitor
– Multi-touch finger prints with lightning effects
– Accelerometer quick charge
– Digital display of current date
– Computerized voice guidance system
– Tech News of the year

NOTE: The Flux manual was lost and it is uncertain how to safely operate it. We do know that shaking the device increases flux power and touching it drains it of energy. The computerized voice guidance system attempts to help you with the dangers of time travel but it is slightly unreliable.

WARNING: Flux capacitor requires 1.21 jigawatts of power and drains the battery very fast. Time travel is an extremely difficult process and results may vary.

[via iTunes]

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