1.21 gigawatts

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1.21 Gigawatts is the standard measure of energy used for time travel. Also referred to as a metric Brown or a Tannen, depending on what week it is.

A scientist applying 1.21 Gigawatts to a time squirrel.

By using neon light tubes to sculpt a to-scale model of the Female Reproductive System (Textbook Edition), also known as a flux capacitor, and affixing it to a form of land-based transportation, such as a car or horse, one can harness the power of 1.21 Gigawatts to travel back in time for all kinds of hijinks and hijackings.

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