Google's confidential 'Project Flux' was released to the public today through a mysterious tweet, outlining the time-traveling car's plans and blueprints. The 14-page document outlines how the DeLorean-like vehicle would be designed using time circuits, power and "chronocompression." The file even states locations and dates that the vehicle will be tested like South Pasadena in 1955 and Hill Valley, California in 1885 -- dates and locations involved in the Back to the Future movie series.
Certainly successfully in fooling some, the document looks relatively legitimate, with dramatic blueprints and even testing locations that have been "ABORTED." While October 21, 2015 hasn't panned out to be quite as futuristic as the Back to the Future film depicted, perhaps a self-driving car -- which is now real -- is a step towards a time-traveling car.