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The closer I get to *really understanding* something, the more likely I am to go off on a perfectly plausible but exactly *wrong* rant. I went to LA and discovered I will never get what I need from my parents, and reconciled to that; I come back to the disappointment about Gabe's play, and I can reconcile these two things and make something sensible about them, and instead I know that I'm likely to take two unrelated data points and reinvent phlogiston chemistry. (A worthless 19th-century quack science, for those of you who don't follow such things.) *After* I do that, I'll come out with a marvelous synthesis of what I've just learned, but after giving voice to a major brain-fart no one will listen.

Why is it important that someone listen?

What if...
...an alpha-geek friend approached you with an offer to go time travelling? The main catch: It's emigration; there's no way to come back.

Under what circumstances would you accept, and what questions or caveats would you have?

Time travel question with more data
Okay, more data on the time travel question:Collapse )