the US government ever been involved in seeking a technology to
achieve time-travel? In 1957, a secret project nicknamed 'Minute Back' attempted to do just that, deep in the
Headed by physicist, Dr. Keith Betler, the objective was to thwart a Soviet nuclear attack by turning the clock back, destroying offending missile silos before launch. One of the key players was Sidney Bekon, a brilliant engineer who developed miniature circuitry for them when the mission was resurrected in the 1970s. Having some minor success with sub-particles, Dr. Betler's team was never able to fully achieve their goal. The project lost funding in the 1980s when the Berlin Wall came down.
In the late 1980s, Sidney Bekon was charged with
Accessory to Murder. He implanted a microchip into the brain of a 23-year-old scorned female psychopath, which
resulted in a string of brutal murders. In 2012, Bekon was released from prison. However, during incarceration,
he managed to unravel a missing link, the equation needed to make the government's secret 55-year-old time travel
dream a reality.
Through an unseen entrance, Bekon entered the projectís Nevada desert facility lab. After a heralding 10-mile journey through a dark tunnel miles, below the ground surface and close to the speed of sound, he successfully leaped himself back to when the mission began, June of 1957. He then wrote a letter, locked it into a safety deposit box and inserting a digital timer that kept it sealed until 2012. The letter threatened a time paradox that could tear the fabric of time if his demands were not met.
San Francisco Commissioner and Bujinkan-Budo-Taijutsu martial-arts master, Penny Cest, and her assistant and Silicon Valley technical wizard, Cindy Taylor, made the perfect team.
Even if they were able to crack time travel, could they adjust in a world and time so different? Could they walk among our parents, grandparents, great grandparents and keep our history in-tact?