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  • Time Travel
    • 10-51
        • Code for an unauthorized time travel incident that the 4th Dimension Time Cops respond to. (Season 4 episode Rattlesnake Ricklactica)
    • Aronov Device
        • A quantum accelerator capable of manipulating the relative progression of time through the creation of quantum bubbles. Within the accelerator's bubble, time progressed forward at a much faster rate. Device that pulls Past Kelly from seven years in the past. (Season 2 episode Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow)
    • ARQ
        • Arcing Recursive Quine. Inadvertent time machine. Actually a hyper efficient energy turbine, perpetual motion machine.
    • Bonejackers
        • Mercenaries that snatch people out of the past just before they die, to be used as replacement bodies for rich people.
    • The Box
        • While creating a device in Aaron's garage, Aaron and Abe stumble on the ability to time travel.
    • Briefcase
        • Members of the Commission travel through time using a device in a briefcase, simply referred to as the briefcase. (Season 1 episode The Day that Wasn't)
    • Chrono-trike
        • Time machine that Professor Drink invents to go back in time and tell his younger self to take a different path, one that leads to women. (Season 18 episode Springfield Up)
    • The Einstein Bridge Device
        • Device that sends the Eureka 5 back to 1947. (Season 4)
    • Elmer's Time Machine
        • Time machine in Paradox Protocols: The Complete Commission Guide to Temporal Anomalies - Chapter Sixty Eight: The Grandfather Paradox. (Season 3 episode Pocket Full of Lightning)
    • Freejack
        • People snatched out of the past by mercenaries known as bonejackers.
    • The Great Machine
        • Massive underground machine found in the Epsilon Eridiani solar system.
    • Grizzly Lake High School Grizzly Bear
        • Toshiba turns the Grizzly Lake High School bear into a working time machine.
    • The Guardian of Forever
        • Doorway to any time and place. (Season 1 episode The City on the Edge of Forever)
    • H.M.S. Spacetime 12
        • Abed as Inspector Spacetime: I am Inspector Spacetime. And I know that which is unknown. Duty-bound to protect a universe of innocent unremarkables, I patrol it in the X7 Dimensionizer with my loyal constable, Reggie. This week, however, Reggie has been forced to go to lunch. So I'm aboard the much crappier H.M.S. Spacetime 12, from the worst season ever, with temporary constable, Geneva. (Season 3 episode Virtual Systems Analysis)
    • King Solomon's Frogs
        • 2 magical amphibians with astounding powers: One of them can warp Time, the other can warp Space.
    • The Luna Stone
        • The Luna Stone is a mythical alien rock that was supposedly found on the moon during Apollo 11. This stone is credited as the power that actually unlocked time travel. It's transdimensional powers, and the very idea of multiple dimensions, created such organizations as the Luna Society, the Atlantis Program, and many others.
    • Memory Chair
        • Helena's invention, originally created to record and reinforce memories, particularly for patients experiencing memory diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer's. With Marcus Slade's help, it became something much more, capable of sending consciousness back in time.
    • The Mothership
        • The name of the time machine created by Mason Industries that was stolen by Garcia Flynn.
    • Omega 13
        • Temporal matter re-arranger aboard the Protector and Protector II starships, which permitted the user a 13 second time jump to the past in order to repair a single mistake.
    • Professor Manion's Time Machine
        • In 1960, Professor Manion uses his time machine to pluck outlaw cowboy Joe Caswell from 1880 just as he is about to be hanged for murder. (Season 1 episode Execution)
    • The Simpsons' Toaster
        • Homer travels back in time to when dinosaurs "weren't just confined to zoos" via a toaster. The first time he goes back, he kills a bug, returning to a future where Ned Flanders is the unquestioned lord and master of the world. The second time he goes back, he kills a fish, returning to a future where he's tiny and everybody else are giants. The third time he goes back, he sneezes on a T-Rex, killing a bunch of dinosaurs, returning to a future where the Simpsons are rich, but there's no such thing as doughnuts, or so he thinks. It only gets weirder from there… (Season 6 episode Treehouse of Horror V - segment: Time and Punishment)
    • The Sisyphus Quantum Cooling Reactor
        • Ryan's school project, created to prove that time can be slowed down to a molecular level.
    • Snow White
        • Initially introduced as being able to look 4 days, 6 hours, 3 minutes, 45 seconds, 14.5 nanoseconds into the past using several satellites to form a triangulated image of events, Doug Carlin finds out that it is actually a time window, and can be used to send inanimate objects into the past. The system is limited in that they can only see past events once; there is no fast forwarding or rewinding, although they can record what they see in the process.
    • The Source Code
        • An experimental machine that enables someone to take control of a compatible person's body in a parallel reality eight minutes before their death.
    • T.E.L.L.
        • Time, Elevation, Latitude, and Longitude of the death of a Traveler's host body.
    • TARDIS
        • Time And Relative Dimension In Space. The time machine in which the Doctor travels. TARDIS could change its shape, but was stuck in the form of a British Police call box.
    • Temporal Relastatics
        • Technology that enables Milliways to exist outside of time. "The Restaurant continued existing, but everything else had stopped. Temporal relastatics held it and protected it in a nothingness that wasn't merely a vacuum, it was simply nothing - there was nothing in which a vacuum could be said to exist."
    • Temprovibe 5
        • Viznir's chronometer. It's got much faster grid link times than the previous models, but it functions gridless as well. It also has a built-in spectrometer for reading the timestream you're in and it will auto-lock if you're not making good contact with your anchor.
    • Time Booth
        • Inspector Spacetime's time travel ship that Abed mentions. (Season 3 episode Curriculum Unavailable)
    • Time Crystal
        • New record added 8/4/2022
        • Georgia Crawford and Dr. Joseph Cole, time travelers from 600 years in the future, use time crystals to travel through time.
        • New record added 7/24/2022
        • Captain Pike uses a time crystal to travel to a possible future, engaging in a Vulcan Mindmeld with Spock when he gets there in order to convince him that he is telling the truth. (Season 1 episode A Quality of Mercy)
    • Time Helmet
        • Professor Gilbert's invention that sends Woodrow Mulligan into the future. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
    • Time Locator
        • Bracelet that allows the user to travel backwards in a time several minutes - but beware, use it and the demon will consume you!
        • The time sled from The Time Machine can be seen in background when Billy's father calls home.
    • Time Turbines
        • Technology that enables Milliways to exist, "Seen from the outside, which it never is, the Restaurant resembles a giant glittering starfish beached on a forgotten rock. Each of its arms houses the bars, the kitchens, the forcefield generators which protect the entire structure and the decayed planet on which it sits, and the Time Turbines which slowly rock the whole affair backwards and forwards across the crucial moment."
    • Time Twister
        • Mobius M. Mobius' device that adjusts time. (Season 1 episode Glorious Purpose)
    • The Wheel
        • Below the Dharma Initiative Orchid Station, there is a a large eight-spoked frozen wheel located at one of the Island's electromagnetic pockets, that, when turned, manipulates space and time. (episodes There's No Place Like Home, Part 2, This Place Is Death)
    • X7 Dimensionizer
        • Abed as Inspector Spacetime: I am Inspector Spacetime. And I know that which is unknown. Duty-bound to protect a universe of innocent unremarkables, I patrol it in the X7 Dimensionizer with my loyal constable, Reggie. This week, however, Reggie has been forced to go to lunch. So I'm aboard the much crappier H.M.S. Spacetime 12, from the worst season ever, with temporary constable, Geneva. (Season 3 episode Virtual Systems Analysis)

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