questionswhat point in time would you observe?

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I've always wished I could see the height of the Roman empire, in Rome.

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The ministry of Jesus Christ.

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@figgers3036: I've always wanted the same thing. I feel a bit guilty for wanting to see Him, as I was always taught that faith should be enough, but can you imagine actually witnessing the miracles? Wow!

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@iggz: It sure takes a lot of faith to ignore the mountains of evidence that say he did in fact exist.

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I want to see the asteroid that did in the dinosaurs, just because that would be awesome to watch.

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The Big Bang. I realize that time may not have actually existed and I could not watch it from the outside since there is no universe outside it...but since I get to do the impossible, I might as well go all the way.

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I want to see the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown. I've always been very interested in American history, and that was the point at which we won the Revolutionary War.

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@figgers3036: I was considering the month of December, 0000 in Bethlehem. Your answer was better than mine.

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@stile99: Trolls will be trolls
Its been awhile but @iggz likes to stir things up

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I'd like to see the time around my birth, see what my mother was like back then before life got really complicated. I was adopted and did not meet her until I was 24, and she was 44. To be fair, being an unwed mother at age 20 in 1968 means her life was already a smidge complicated, but I think you know what I mean.

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@eeekdageek: Go figure; he believes in Ron Paul but not Jesus Christ?? Odd!

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@figgers3036: Be sure to get the right manger, you might end up watching Brian. He's not the messiah. He's a very naughty boy.

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@dealseekerdude: There's no need for that remark. Don't pigeonhole an entire group of people into a one-dimensional characterization because of one of their beliefs in who would make a good President.

Moving back on topic, since this conversation was hijacked, I would travel to the beginning of the universe. Of course, since it's impossible to pinpoint the exact time this happened, it would be a theoretical jump.
If I have to nail down a specific period, it would be to visit the First World War during the Christmas truce. A solitary great moment in a history of horrific warfare.

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The Big Bang. Observe the Roswell Incident. Be a passenger on the Enola Gay. Fall of the Berlin Wall. The Kennedy Assassination from the viewpoint of the assassin(s?).

Hard to pick just one ^^

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I think it would be cool to be able to observe the US Constitutional Convention firsthand.

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@stile99: If you like fairy tales that's alright with me, but give me a call when you grow up.

Jesus might have been a real dude, but he wasn't born from the VIRGIN Mary. He didn't turn water into wine. He didn't do any of that (profanity) Yeah, he was probably a good story teller and a nice dude, but he DID NOT rise into heaven.

Give me a freaking break.

There are 1000s of religions in the world and they all claim to be true. Yeah, sure, whatever you say.

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@hossdawg97: Ah, great call. Maybe that would also provide more clarity into whether the right to keep and bear arms referred directly to the aforementioned "well regulated militia", or every individual person. Of course, we wouldn't be able to tell anyone about it... but at least it would quell my own curiosity.