Bronson's Breakthrough has excited the scientific community like nothing in recent history. This theory seems to prove that instantaneous transportation of matter is possible. However in trying to build such a machine, Barry Beatleton inadvertantly invents a time machine instead. Join Barry, teen prodigy Kate and P.I. Shark as they learn the good, bad and danger of time travel. More
Bronson’s Breakthrough has excited the scientific and business communities like nothing in recent history. This newly published theory seems to prove that the instantaneous transportation of matter, including human beings, over any distance is possible. Companies all over the world are hiring all the physicists and mathematicians they can in the hope of being the first to turn the theory into reality. Barry Beatleton is perfectly positioned for this new world having just graduated with dual degrees in math and physics. But the years go by without positive results and gradually Bronson’s Breakthrough falls into disrepute. One by one the companies downsize their staffs. Eventually Barry finds himself working alone and wondering if it’s time for him too to give up and move on with his life. And then the cat disappears. But where did it go? What Barry discovers is that he has not invented a transporter. He has invented a time machine. A time machine that lets him travel into the past where he can see but can’t be seen, hear but can’t be heard, can neither touch nor be touched. How should Barry best put his invention to use? Join Barry, teen prodigy Kate, and private investigator Shark as they learn the good, the bad, and the danger of traveling through the past.