The First (and Only) Time Traveler Convention

Technically, you'd only need one, since if you missed it the first time, em... you could always come back. :)

Logically, the premise is hard to dispute. Announce the thing in media that will endure -- the organizers suggest acid-free paper notes stuffed into "obscure books in academic libraries" as one sure-fire approach -- and once they invent time-travel, having found the invitations, some future touristas are bound to come back and attend the first (and only) convention.

Naturally, this singular event was held at MIT.

Impressively, it featured one of the world's most eminent physicists, Professor Alan Guth.

And finally: before you write this off as silly hogwash, check out the photo of the time machine at the bottom of the page. I believe this one really works, having seen what it can do.

P.S. Thanks to Rocketboom for spreading the word! Now there's enduring media for you.

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