We are always excited about the party and its invitation. Before a party, the prime thing to be done is the distribution of invitation for friends and family person. We always want our family members or friends should visit the party that we are organizing. But here we are talking about a Time Travel party whose invitation cards are distributed after the party.
Yes, don’t get shocked, It actually happened. A party on Earth was organized in which the invitation cards were distributed after the party. Sounds crazy? But it actually happens
The reason behind the distribution of invitation after party
This crazy party was organized by the famous cosmologist, Stephen Hawking. Although the theme seems to be crazy the organizer’s name and the reason are not a crazy one. Actually Stephen Hawking throws the party only for time travelers. He organizes this party only for the persons who are actually from the timeline of the future.
It is for the people who are living in a future dimension or in a parallel future timeline. Seriously, it is organized to see whether in the future time machine will be invented or not. The reason behind throwing this crazy party is to find out the possibility of time machine manufacturing in the future.
Stephen Hawking on 28th July 2009 organizes a party at 12 o clock to the time travelers. He also hanged a banner there saying “Welcome Time Traveler”. He believes that when a time traveler or a person with a time machine in the future came to know about the party in the past for a fine traveler. They will surely come back in time to enjoy the party. This will help in confirming the manufacturing of time travel or the possibility to travel back in time.
Although as time passes no guest came into the party. The aim of the party was not successful and this experiment of Stephen Hawking was not succeeded.
However, in my next article, I will tell you about the possible reasons that nobody attended the party organize by Stephen Hawking. So be ready for the next blog on Time Travel.
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