- Vancouver, British Columbia -
How does a flux capacitor actually work? Based on the mathematical meaning of "flux," one would assume that the device is a storage container for some substance that passes perpendicular to a region....one would further assume this would be the stream of time as it passes through one specific location...but how is this time stored in a capacitor, and how is this stored time used as a fuel source to travel THROUGH time? One could guess that at 88 miles per hour, the flux of time over a small period of time is SO great that the device reaches some sort of self-sustaining critical mass....Thus perhaps this critical mass creates some sort of singularity that allows for time travel....but even this is mainly conjecture....so, my main question is, how does it work?
Sincerely, Emmett Brown Jr.,"