Nothing is stationary, planets and the Galaxy moves constantly so we're moving around the cosmos. amirite?

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This is the major plot fail for time travel in tv, and film. The tardis is pretty much the one time machine that wouldn't just be drifting in space, or in a star.

Any temporal displacement equipment that's stationery on a planet would send whatever back or forward in time, but not space.

I suspect you haven't heard about relativity

Everything is moving relative to something, and calculus describes movement, so mathematics is fundamental to the universe :D

Axellllfoleys avatar Axellllfoley Yeah You Are +5Reply

My notepad and legal pad are stationary

Framie1s avatar Framie1 Yeah You Are +4Reply

Relativity suggests that's true… and not true… simultaneously. It really just depends on your perspective. Choosing a different reference point can change what is considered in motion relative to that point. But the reference point never moves.

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