Saturday, 7 January 2017
Between Blogs And Dimensions
to Logic of Time Travel because The Time Machine and many successor works treat time as a fourth dimension;
to Poul Anderson Appreciation because Anderson wrote a lot about time travel, in the course of this referring to world lines and even, in one work, to corridors that have been rotated onto the temporal axis;
to James Blish Appreciation because, in The Quincunx Of Time, messages are received from every part of the four dimensional continuum and there is also "time-projection" and "world line cruising";
to Personal and Literary Reflections because Alan Moore's Jerusalem presents a multi-dimensional cosmology. See here.