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External links are easy though, the device makes it simple to send the user to safari to browse the real web. I have my own version because I have the iPod Touch, and often roam well outside the range of wireless networks.
Following from that, suppose that only two people use distinct time machines in each and every universe where time travel is possible. It should be clear that the vast majority of universes now are the direct result of time travel. So unless one is incredibly unlucky to live in the handful of exceptions, time travel doesnt work like that.
My understanding is that the accepted idea oh how any such time travel could work is that once built, a hypothetical machine can only travel back as far as its own creation. Meaning that for each 'family' of created universes, none get time travel until the 'present' when the first one invents it.
That's what I would do...
My girlfriend has an Acer Aspire One and I have an iPod Touch. She has a bigger screen and less battery, and while I can't type as quickly as she can, I can't type at all on the Acer keyboard...
Don't worry, it had nothing to do with the recent Hubble failure..."
"Korean MP3 players were also found to be incompatible with Vista. A Samsung Electronics spokesman said that the company's new music devices are compatible with Vista, but that older models like the YP-20S don't function well. ReignCom said that its H10 and an MP3-playing electronic dictionary are incompatible with Vista. A ReignCom spokesman said that the firm is developing a program to resolve the problem and that it should be ready this month. Facing a similar problem, other MP3 player maker like COWON are also testing to find out if their products work with Vista.