At the height of World War II, brothers Al Bielek and Duncan Cameron were drafted into a very important government mission. Sat aboard the USS Eldridge while docked at Philadelphia, the two had to monitor the test of a new scientific invention. But by some freak occurrence, the pair went on a journey beyond anyone’s wildest imagination.

Now, one of the most prevailing ideas in speculative fiction is that of time travel. In 1895, H.G. Wells released The Time Machine, which detailed a Victorian inventor’s quest into the 802nd Century. Since then, humanity has been obsessed with whether the idea of traversing time, and witnessing what our future holds, is possible.

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