Ok, so you already guessed that I watched part of one of the Back to the Future movies today. I think it's interesting and/or highly coincidental that there was a link today on the homepage of MSNBC.com about a party being hosted in the future (from when I typed this) at MIT. (Link above.) They're asking people to advertise this party for months and years to come, hoping people will travel back in time to attend. I wish I had thought of this.
I dunno if anyone will attend, but I think Time Travel is a really fascinating subject and that they did a really great job of trying to make the science of it work in the Back to the Future movies.
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