Time Travel has been one of the biggest fantasies of human beings since centuries, and a favorite subject in fiction novels, inspiring everything from 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens to 'The Time Machine' by H.G. Wells. And, of course, how can we forget blockbuster movies, such as Interstellar and The Planet of the Apes which make us fantasize about the subject of Time Travel even more.
Recently, a student of astronomy named Harry Coumnas who is studying at one of the top Universities of America submitted a time machine model for his final year project. Well, the gyroscope resembling device left the professors speechless as it was too convincing to be expected from a nineteen year old. The device has been sent to an expert panel of astronomers at NASA for assessment, considering it was way more remarkable than a college project. According to some reports, Harry has been offered to work for the leading Research Institute of Observational Science in the country. The plan is to launch the time machine designed by the young student after making slight modifications to it at the institute.
During a press meet in New York last week, Harry Coumnas was quoted as saying, "I have always felt like there's something familiar about all this – Time Machines, the Cultural Tangents, & Mastering the time just like it was in H.G. Wells' The Time Machine." Harry also shared some interesting details about his time machine, "TMn97808" and how he managed to come up with such a convincing design.
About Harry Coumnas
Harry Coumnas is a nineteen year old student of astronomy studying at one of the top Universities of America. Recently, he designed a time machine, TMn97808 that left his professors speechless and was later sent to an expert panel of astronomers at NASA for further assessment. It has been reported that he has already received a job offer from a leading Research Institute of Observational Science in the country.