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A top secret branch of the NSA in in area 51 known as never never land has discovered the technology to send someone back in time, only catch is they can only go back as far as seven days
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Jul 6, 2015 3:07AM EDT
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If something can go wrong, it will go wrong: time travel edition.

If something can go wrong, it will go wrong: time travel edition.

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The plot follows a secret branch of the US National Security Agency, which has developed a time travelling device based upon alien technology found at Roswell. As the opening of the show recounts, the Chronosphere, or Backstep Sphere, is capable of sending “one human being back in time seven days” to avert disasters.

The show's name refers to the fact that the Backstep Project can only backstep seven days due to limitations imposed by the fuel source and its reactor. As the fuel source is limited, there is a strict mandate that the backstep is confined to events relating directly to national security. The backstep team and the equipment are stationed in a base in a secret location somewhere in the desert of Nevada called Never Never Land—a play on Area 51.

The plot follows a secret branch of the US National Security Agency, which has developed a time travelling device based upon alien technology found at Roswell. As the opening of the show recounts, the Chronosphere, or Backstep Sphere, is capable of sending “one human being back in time seven days” to avert disasters.

The show's name refers to the fact that the Backstep Project can only backstep seven days due to limitations imposed by the fuel source and its reactor. As the fuel source is limited, there is a strict mandate that the backstep is confined to events relating directly to national security. The backstep team and the equipment are stationed in a base in a secret location somewhere in the desert of Nevada called Never Never Land—a play on Area 51.