Stephen Hawking quote about time from A Brief History of Time (1988) - This would mean that any time travel would be confined to the future. There would be no chance of Captain Kirk and the Starship Enterprise turning up at the present time.
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Quotes by Stephen Hawking · Quotes from A Brief History of Time · Quotes about time · Quotes about future · Quotes about travel

This would mean that any time travel would be confined to the future. There would be no chance of Captain Kirk and the Starship Enterprise turning up at the present time.

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Stephen Hawking quote about time from A Brief History of Time (1988) - This would mean that any time travel would be confined to the future. There would be no chance of Captain Kirk and the Starship Enterprise turning up at the present time.
Stephen Hawking quote about time from A Brief History of Time (1988) - This would mean that any time travel would be confined to the future. There would be no chance of Captain Kirk and the Starship Enterprise turning up at the present time.
Stephen Hawking quote about time from A Brief History of Time (1988) - This would mean that any time travel would be confined to the future. There would be no chance of Captain Kirk and the Starship Enterprise turning up at the present time.
Stephen Hawking quote about time from A Brief History of Time (1988) - This would mean that any time travel would be confined to the future. There would be no chance of Captain Kirk and the Starship Enterprise turning up at the present time.