Yes, I would travel by the stones, but I would bring Some water, a knife, 3 days of food to get started. 50 series of penicillin, with 2 cases of hollow point 45mm ammo, a field carry 45mm reloader with lead bullet caste and 3000 caps, some modern American Dollar Bills of different denominations carried in my sock (to prove where I came from), the complete history of the founding of the Americas, the almanac of modern medicine, dentistry and surgical procedures in hardback, a collapsible rifle tooled for .45mm with a scope, all in a historically accurate back pack.
and finally a Smith and Wesson M&P 45mm pistol with conceal carry holster.
Albert Einstein believed that time travel was absolutely possible. Stephen Hawking believed that it was possible in the future. They are both smarter than me.
Don't we already do so in some respect? When I travel to other countries I go through several time zones. Perhaps traveling to the 18th century is just a more intense time zone
It's an intriguing possibility. I'd go if I didn't have the heart defect I have that requires periodic surgery. Don't think I would survive otherwise. But I am so intrigued by the past it is a desire.
Reading & doing are very different but it is fun to play with the idea of going back in time.. I think the fun part is the potential to meet those who played a part in the History. To see how it really was & why decisions were made the way they were.. I liked this poll.