"The Time Machine" by Herbert George Wells
This book had a lot of science elements to it such as the climate change, fourth dimension, chemical reaction, and some of Darwin's theories. There are some things that are not true about this story that I want to point out. When the time traveler goes 30 million years in the future from his beach location he describe after the Morlock scene. He would not end up on the beach because of continental drifting when the earth rotates. The continents move an inch a year that 30 million inches! He would be in the ocean and sinking fast so if he did but the lever back the ocean would change the space he was occupying and he would be stuck in the ground when came back probably resulting in an explosion. Also when the earth became darker only after 30 million years. The sun has approximately 5.5 billion years left before it goes super nova. Then it will become a red giant and be extremely big as wells described in the book. So Wells was not informed of all the facts but still, this book was interesting and entertaining.
- "The Time Machine" by Herbert George Wells
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