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A History of Time Travel and Exploring the Question of Traveling Back in Time to Kill Baby Hitler

Vox producer Phil Edwards spoke to James Gleick, the author of Time Travel: A History, about how the idea of time travel evolved over time particularly around the question of traveling back in time to kill baby Hitler. The above video takes a tour through the history of time travel killings, from H.G. Wells’s invention […]
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