On September 9 2025, Captain MT Brown became the first man to travel through time. Unfortunately he was also the last (to our knowledge).
It was in the Swiss laboratories of the Bifrost Project, where it was finally managed to create the first device capable of traveling through the fourth dimension, we commonly know as "time". The laboratory itself was a huge magnetic field generator capable of firing a specially designed capsule, releasing it from the Earth's gravity field and validated Einstein's theory about the curvature of space and its effect on "time". Hundreds of tests confirmed that the capsule was actually able to leave our space and move through the fourth dimension; and although it was never possible to get an over a hundred years (ninety-eight and two hundred twenty-three days to be precise) displacement, the success of the project was considered unprecedented.
Finally it was considered safe to use a human to guide the capsule and thus have a first-hand observer. He was able to record their impressions and made new field experiments. The first tests carried Captain Theodore Martin Brown RAF to return to 1943 over the skies of Germany, where he was able to follow a group of Allied bombers during a night raid. The second trip was made to 1947 over the state of Washington in the United States.
It was the third and last trip which caused things to broke down. After previous successes, much speculation was made about the possibility of traveling into the future and to know in advance what the future had in store for humanity. After hours of discussion, it was decided that Captain Brown would travel one hundred years into the future. After preparing everything carefully, data analysed each and every possible contingency that such a journey could face, Captain Brown boarded the capsule and disappeared from our time. I do not know how much time passed for the poor Captain Brown, but for the anxious group, were just a few minutes of waiting before the capsule materialize again in the laboratory. What they saw filled them with fear and anxiety. The captain was completely pale and beside himself, staring blank and repeating the same thing over and over again: Tabula Rasa. All sensors integrated into the pod were useless to determine what happened; because they were all blank.
There are many theories of what he saw on that fateful journey, but the strangest and yet perhaps the most hopeful, came from one of the doctors who treated the captain and coincidentally like studing metaphysical issues. In the words of the physician, the phrase TABULA RASA means: empty or blank table. His theory is that, in a very unfortunate way, Captain Brown discovered what many philosophers and thinkers have said for years; the future does not exist, is created every second.