Finding the Origins of Time Travel

One of the most fantastical ideas to spring from the minds of humans has become a common trope — time travel. As a genre, time travel dates back around 100 to 150 years ago, with books like The Time Machine, A Connecticut Yankee in King Authur's Court, and even A Christmas Carol. But the concept is far older than that, beginning with the human sense of regret. Nerdwriter digs into the past to find the origin of trying to change what's already happened, or what's going to happen in the future.

  • A Cure for Aging

    The leading cause of death is being alive. Our bodies are full of zombies — senescent cells that refuse to die when they should. As these cells accumulate, they wreak havoc on healthy cells around them — and making us age in the process. Kurzgesagt looks at how scientists are looking at reversing aging as a means to keep us healthier for longer.

  • The Disaster Artist

    In 2003, Tommy Wiseau wrote, directed, and starred in a little film called The Room. Shortly after, the film became a cult phenomenon, not because of its great storyline or exceptional acting, but because it was so terrible. In this biopic, James Franco and Seth Rogan retell the process to make a movie about the worst movie ever made. Also starring Dave Franco, Alison Brie, Josh Hutcherson, Jacki Weaver, Nathan Fielder, and June Diane Raphael, The Disaster Artist comes to theaters December 1, 2017.

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