The function of the TimeExplorer is simple: it shows you events that have happened in the past or the near future.
Due to the potential for time-knowledge paradoxes, your TimeExplorer is censored for your benefit. Certain types of explicit, illicit, complicit, or deficit content may not be displayed. They may require compensation in the form of privacy compensation, legal counsel, independence compensation, or monetary compensation.
The TimeExplorer 3000 will, on some occasions, inform the user that content was censored for explicit, illicit, complicit, or deficit reasonings.
- Explicit content is content that is censored to retain the privacy of the individuals involved. Viewing explicit content requires Privacy Compensation .
- Illicit content is content that may subject you to legal jeopardy. By viewing certain content, you expose yourself to certain legal liabilities. Note [Shooting of Robert Godwin]. We advise retaining professional legal counsel to handle these cases.
- Complicit content is content that may create or disturb a time-loop. Complicit content requires Independence Compensation .
- Deficit content is content that requires the publisher to pay for its publication. Using postage stamps to mail letters was an early form of deficit content. Viewing deficit content may automatically cause you to spend a monetary equivalent.