In an interview with this dashing reporter, scientist Charles Gramlich, who described himself as only “half-mad,” spoke at length about his years of dedicated work on the time travel conundrum. His tinkering with wormholes and string theory led nowhere until, in the summer of 2010, he realized he had been approaching the problem all wrong. “Physics and engineering can only take you so far,” Gramlich said. “The breakthrough came when I finally grokked that only the ‘mind’ possesses the required energy field necessary to generate a true temporal distortion. It’s also much cheaper,” he added.
After looking up about half those words in the dictionary, and after getting Professor Gramlich to explain the rest, your distinguished reporter finally understood. I immediately took a little jaunt through time with the good Professor, visiting first the old American West, and then leaping far into the future to a planet as yet unknown to current human knowledge. Should you wish to follow in our pioneering footsteps, simply read Killing Trail, by the author Charles Allen Gramlich (no relation), and follow that with Under the Ember Star, by the same author. Both books are available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Graham Charleston reporting for the Deerhaven Explicator. Somewhere in and out of time.