The Grammar of Time-Travel
Karl Jahn: “Further specification with respect to relative time can be made by the terms paster ‘farther in one’s own past’ and forwarder ‘farther in one’s own future’. These are opposed to ‘before’ and ‘after’ in the absolutive aspect: cf. “the year 1914 was before the year 1915,” “I was in 1914 forwarder than 1915” (i.e., by timejumping backwards). “ The wackiest thing I’ve read all day.

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