H.G. Wells has immortalised the Time Traveller in his The Time Machine - by making it possible for man to move right and left, backward and forward and up and down, denying the truth of the scientific discoveries.
The Time Traveller amazes his colleagues and the readers by his accounts of his adventures in strange times other than his own. He had perfected a machine that lets him live everyone's dream - to be able to move back to the past or forward into the future, at will.
How does he return? What proofs does he have? Where does he land? The adventure is endless.
The Time Machine has become immortal for the concept of time as the fourth dimension-which truly appeals to all of us.