Would you go through the stones, if you could? (Poll Closed)

  • Of course, if Jamie Fraser was waiting for me!
    24%
    221 votes

     
  • No, I wouldn't survive in an earlier time.
    6%
    51 votes

     
  • Maybe for a short visit, but not to live there permanently.
    22%
    198 votes

     
  • No, I'd miss the conveniences of modern life too much.
    5%
    47 votes

     
  • Yes! I'd love to see the 18th century.
    9%
    83 votes

     
  • No, I couldn't leave my family and friends here.
    7%
    60 votes

     
  • No, it sounds too dangerous.
    1%
    6 votes

     
  • Yes, but I'd have to bring some essential items with me.
    10%
    91 votes

     
  • No. I like reading about it and/or watching it on TV, but I have no desire to time-travel myself.
    9%
    85 votes

     
  • I'm not sure.
    2%
    22 votes

     
  • No, it took a lot of hard work to live in the 18th century.
    2%
    18 votes

     
  • I don't believe time-travel is possible.
    1%
    12 votes

     
  • Other
    1%
    12 votes

5 Comments

  • Jerry Samouce - 11 months ago

    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.

  • Lorrie Radford - 11 months ago

    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.

  • DAINA - 11 months ago

    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

  • Muriel J Moore - 11 months ago

    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.

  • Mary Anderson - 11 months ago

    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.

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