Well, Spike Lee's production of Stefon Bristol's first film feature, See You Yesterday was released the 17th of May and I still haven't seen it, which is fine. I've seen enough to be hacked off that I will have to go out and lecture at STEM schools to offset the bad and pathetic way that Bristol and his writing accomplice, Fredrica Bailey, portray STEM education, physics and time travel. Why me? Because I actually am a recognized STEM educator and leading expert on time travel science. I've lectured to and tested kids smarter than the two characters in Bristol's fantasy flick, on such subjects as parallel universes, time travel, wormholes, and the nature of time, and I don't like it when people come along and relieve themselves in my field of endeavor—just so they can make a buck. When that happens, there will be repercussions and frankly, I have no second thoughts about making an example out of Spike Lee and his "mentees." As they used to say, "It makes me no never mind..." because I've proven my cred—which is unmatched by pretty much anyone else. That's right. I am that guy.
I've said it on Twitter, and I've probably said it elsewhere, but I'm VERY busy these days—too busy to keep track of such things. I will not support any more time travel science fiction that doesn't get the science right, or at least close. What's close? No paradoxes, no butterfly effects, no time loops, and no predestination. In other words: NO BOLLOCKS! Since the unmitigated disaster that was Timeless—which I called as such, what with the writers like Arika Mittman, Lauren Greer being completely clueless about time travel science and co-creator Shawn Ryan lying about it while dissing fans and not giving a damn when called on it, and actor Malcolm Barrett lying about his expert knowledge of time travel physics and then lying about mine when his sorry sack got exposed for it. I've sworn to stop supporting time travel science fiction that doesn't deserve it. I'm going to call all of them out for all the stupid mistakes and asinine assumptions they make because it's all due to the fact they didn't care enough about the science behind the genre they're pilfering to make it accurate. Not even close. All they do is copy off of the prior bad time travel movies—like a dog returning to its vomit. As it stands, most time travel sci-fi has about as much accuracy as the early space movies.
"Imagine, being back in the late 70s, in the days where the home computer revolution was just starting to take off, except for one thing - Instead of Jobs and Gates starting it all in those home garages, it's you!"
No, this is no case of deja vu, nor the result of a closed time-like curve. Timeless fans are looking at their favorite show, potentially being canceled again, because that's what happens when you do the same thing over and over. You get the same results. Einstein even said so and added, that to expect anything different is the definition of insanity. As a result, if the show producers, writers, and their beloved Clockblockers thought anything else would be happening now, they're all nuts, which of course, doesn't surprise me at all. I predicted these circumstances way before the middle of its first season, when I was still a fan. All that's over now.
A little over four years ago, Time magazine published, "Hawking: Is He All He's Cracked Up To Be?" Key quotes from the first few paragraphs:
(The following article is dedicated to Joseph Gerard Polchinski, who we lost - February 3rd, 2018)