Yes, I have found plans for a working time machine. Before you scoff at it, our laugh like I did, many of the people who have built this thing exactly to spec has reported success (ie; speeding up a watch by several minutes, so its really more of a time-distorter). The plans are at http://www.keelynet.com/time/bajak1.htm The circuit itself could probably be built on under $20, minus the 27 volt power supply. Notice how weird the inventor (John Bajak) is. "The definition of time itself relates to the physical value Love, measured in mass-seconds. Time is viewed not as a dimension in a continuum, but as a wave of Love arising from the light plane." - Bajak "This time they came right away, and took me to Florida North Psychiatric Hospital." - Bajak (1) He measures time based on Saturday Night Live's weekly guest. (2) He compulsively dials 911, along with dozens of other numbers. (3) The circuit tells him disturbing things and his tv can explode and then re-assemble itself. (4) His VCR reads the correct time (ok, mine does too). However, he stared going insane AFTER being exposed to his time machine, as have many people who have reputedley worked with 'time machines'. The Philadelphia experiment in 1943 comes to mind here (not the movie). Mabye this is because the time-distortion field is not evenly spread out, and when used on themselves, sends some parts of their nervous system/brain further into the future/past than others, so their body ends up being 'out of sync'. This is a little similar to 'Transpoter Psychosis' off Star Trek (I don't watch it, honest!) In conclusion, I aim to build one of these myself and test it (if I don't return back here I am either fighting off Veliceraptors, Jurassic-Park style or being held at an Insane Asylum ). Shadow P.S. Mods, I am still new here, if this is off-topic or anything just tell me.