posted: 2 mins., 1 sec ago
"For me: the resurrection of Christ.
@nikki ole : That would be cool...like when the stone was actually rolled away. Or to witness any of his miracles. How amazing would that be.
I would also love to have been at a Fleetwood Mac concert back in the 70s. And there was the Rick Springfield concert I had tickets to but was cancelled back in the 80s when I had a huge crush on him...would love to see him in concert back in his prime. Those aren't really historical events but I'd still like..."
posted: 4 mins ago
"@rabbit8 : I am definitely not the person y'all want trying to build a time machine. I'd have to get people to sign a waiver "So, like, this thing may send you back in time, but there's a REALLY good chance that you'll be blown up in the process or end up in the Jurassic period and be eaten by a dinosaur, so please sign the dotted line assuring me that you and your loved ones won't sue me for everything I own. Thank you for choosing NIK Traveling Industries! We'll see you soon...maybe."..."
posted: 7 mins ago
"@nikkiole : You may have been there then!!! You just have to invent that time machine now and go! Try not to make it petroleum or speed dependent, hard to get back to the future then.... hardy har ;P
posted: 11 mins ago
"@rabbit8 : I suppose just go back and witness the resurrection as a time traveler, but being physically there for that moment and then come back to the time you're supposed to be in afterwards. I would guess I wouldn't change much since besides any angels present, I'd be the only person to actually see it happen, and then I also suppose Christ would KNOW I was there and wouldn't let me mess up too much :lol:..."
posted: 14 mins ago
"That's a really good question...... and answer, would you actually witness the resurrection with this time traveling ability or just be there at that time? I wonder if you being there would change a religion forever and history? :scared:
I would like to see the world at a point of change other than today. I have to think about when though. I always liked Japans rich history...."