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1  'Then there is the future,' said the Very Young Man.
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2  It will vanish, pass into future Time, and disappear.
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3  However, I am telling you of my fruit dinner in the distant future now.
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4  It is usual to assume that the sun will go on cooling steadily in the future.
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5  I looked more curiously and less fearfully at this world of the remote future.
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6  I had not, I said to myself, come into the future to carry on a miniature flirtation.
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7  In another moment we were standing face to face, I and this fragile thing out of futurity.
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8  We see some beginnings of this even in our own time, and in this future age it was complete.
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9  And now I was to see the most weird and horrible thing, I think, of all that I beheld in that future age.
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10  But my mind was too confused to attend to it, so with a kind of madness growing upon me, I flung myself into futurity.
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11  I thought of their unfathomable distance, and the slow inevitable drift of their movements out of the unknown past into the unknown future.
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12  In costume, and in all the differences of texture and bearing that now mark off the sexes from each other, these people of the future were alike.
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13  These people of the remote future were strict vegetarians, and while I was with them, in spite of some carnal cravings, I had to be frugivorous also.
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14  And here I must admit that I learned very little of drains and bells and modes of conveyance, and the like conveniences, during my time in this real future.
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15  Then suddenly the humour of the situation came into my mind: the thought of the years I had spent in study and toil to get into the future age, and now my passion of anxiety to get out of it.
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16  I was continually meeting more of these men of the future, who would follow me a little distance, chatter and laugh about me, and, having smiled and gesticulated in a friendly way, leave me again to my own devices.
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17  Then, when we had all imitated the action of the Medical Man, he said: 'Now I want you clearly to understand that this lever, being pressed over, sends the machine gliding into the future, and this other reverses the motion.'
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