Everybody desires to go in the past and see historic events or jump forward to experience the future. It's human nature to wonder about tomorrow and recall about the past. We actually can't aid it. But even though DeLoreans and Victorian open postures and hot tubs have aided us visualize time travel, most of us are accepting the fact that it's not going to happen ever. That's sad. But some people aren't giving up and that's remarkable. In this clip for Jay Cheel's movie, "How to Build a Time Machine", we encounter two men who are taking on time travel as a serious task. One is spending years of his life re-forming the time machine of HG Wells' fancy to the fact that it's pretty much the actual thing and the other has devoted his livelihood in physics to figure out how to go back in time to save his father.
The film looks like it's going to be attractive. Watch the clip below.