July 24, 2001

The OS Time Machine

Author: JT Smith

Kelly McNeill writes ""The Time Machine," by H.G. Welles? The Eloi were innocent, childlike people who danced in the verdant fields, and lived on fruits and nuts. The Moorlocks, on the other hand, were a pale, misshapen race that devoted their lives to tending vast, noisy, purposeless underground machines, and subsisted on a diet of frozen burritos and Eloi. Science fiction, no matter how far off in the future it is set, is really about the present, and "The Time Machine" is no exception."


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