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While working on a small nuclear reactor invented by a sympathetic giant scientist, the castaways are accidentally exposed to strange radiation that causes them to seemingly vanish or experience wild hallucinations. They then try to find a way to alleviate the symptoms. However, while Steve, Mark and Dan are away, an impatient Fitzhugh activates the device and it gets dangerously close to critical mass. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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4 January 1970 (USA)  »

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During the hallucinated fight between Steve and Mark, Steve momentarily find himself standing at the edge of a platform staring down into the seemingly bottomless core of The Time Tunnel. See more »

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Edited from The Time Tunnel: Rendezvous with Yesterday (1966) See more »

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Meandering Around Aimlessly
5 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

At one point in this mess Fitzhugh says he's been "meandering around aimlessly". That is a perfect description of this episode.

Some kind of radiation - Delta Radiation - makes things randomly become invisible to certain people and/or makes people hallucinate or sends them to some kind of nightmare dimension. Whatever it does, it does it just long enough to get the humans out of the mess the radiation and their consorting with a giant scientist got them into.

At one point Mark tells Fitzhugh that turning on the Delta Machine might result in an explosion that will vaporize the ship and the camp. Later, Fitzhugh turns on the machine. When Barry returns to the ship and they find out he's in jeopardy from the soon to explode machine, Fitzhugh says "I didn't know". Nobody corrects him. Nobody mentions they told him the machine could explode.

Dan and Steve enter some kind of hallucination or nightmare world in which they are normal size compared to the surroundings. But neither one of them mentions it.

Barry and Valerie disappear, but they don't seem to enter the hallucination or nightmare world.

The episode is a mess. It ends with the Delta Machine hopelessly damaged, so that it can never again be used to try to "take off". Of course, how it was being used to help them take off was never explained.


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