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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster
    Maybe if we all group buy () a flux capacitor, then we can travel ahead in time and get the 5 watt versions of the Pentium Extreme Editions on a 3 square centimeter board. Then we zoom back here, and add them to the store. Now we will have the ultimate PC!!!
    Shhhh.... we have to do this behind the mod's backs

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    Ok well. I figure we need 2 lists going... I for the actual flux capacitor, and the second for a separate bank account to fund the power required.

    If it takes 1.21 gigawatts to power it up, and at roughly 10 cents per kilowatt hour, that is roughly $121,000USD an hour. And if we are going to go up to 88miles per hour and then stop the power sucking, then it should only cost us a fraction of that every use. (I wonder if they make a deep cycle discharge plutonium battery???)

    We probably don't want to vary too much from the original, or else fear being stuck in a void of all time, so we need a DeLorean too. There's a third list! It can do 0-60 in 10.5 seconds so like 15 seconds to do 88. Therfore 0.004167 hours.

    That means every time we run the thing, 1 way, it will cost us about $504USD.

    So to sum it up:
    Flux Capacitor: Maybe we can make some with bubble gum, LED's, and duct tape? So like, $20USD
    Power: $1008USD Round Trip to anywhere in time.
    DeLorean: $15,500USD (http://www.chooseyouritem.com/autos/...00/141385.html)

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    How dyou you know that power costs the same in the future? What if you mess up and end up in the Roman Empire

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    Lightning, duh! Zues has a passion for time travel, I know it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster
    Lightning, duh! Zues has a passion for time travel, I know it...
    Good point!

    But then we need a huge lightning rod, and a few quick charging batteries.

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    Ok, so add a 750ft power antenna, and we're good to go. Now it is like $505 each way..
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster
    Ok, so add a 750ft power antenna, and we're good to go. Now it is like $505 each way..
    Damn! That dollar could've bought me a new song on iTunes

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    Or 50 pieces of Bazooka bubble gum!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster
    Or 50 pieces of Bazooka bubble gum!
    I neither chew bubble gum... nor do I buy music

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    I neither chew bubble gum...
    Nobody buys it for the gum! It has a stupid little 4 tile comic wrapped around it!

    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    nor do I buy music
    Well now this thread is going to be closed for sure!

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    I do appreciate someone else using neither and nor the correct way though.
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