Dear traveller, It gives us great pleasure to welcome you to our unique research facility, „TimeBase 67“, where you will see dinosaurs in the wild.

The „TimeBase 67“ is run by CHRONOTEX ENTERPRISES, the world leader in temporal research and the only company to offer CTC (closed time-like curve) time transition to the general public. We remain true to the vision of our founder, Sir James Buck, who believed that time travel should be open to all.

Of our five deep time facilities, „TimeBase 67“ is undoubtedly the jewel in our crown, a window on one of the most spectacular and majestic periods in earth’s history – the time of the dinosaurs.
YOUR ADVENTURE BEGINS From the moment you step into our giant 500MW Godel Cage machine, which controls this end of the highly unstable closed time-like curve, your adventure begins. You’re following in the footsteps of our bravest chrononauts, who pioneered this technique long before their safety could be guaranteed.

The ride can get bumpy inside the X90 travel pod, but in seconds, you’re swept across the time bridge and, without taking a step, you’ll find that you’ve travelled further than you’ve ever done in your life.
DRIVE OF YOUR LIFE The arrival hanger in the Cretaceous contains the 100MW receiving cage and is located 2km from the „TimeBase 67“, to prevent its magnetic fields interfering with the facility’s sensitive equipment. Chronotex has designed the travel pod to convert into an all-terrain vehicle that will take you from the arrival hanger, on the drive of your life across the Cretaceous plains. From the huge panoramic windows at the front, visitors can get up close and personal with dinosaurs in the wild – but don’t worry, our vehicles are reinforced to resist even the most attentive giant reptile! “HOLD ON TO YOUR HATS” JEWEL IN OUR CROWN Every TimeBase CHRONOTEX has built has been designed with no expense spared, but „TimeBase 67“ is the most expensive yet. Completely sealed off from the outside, the base is environmentally neutral, with everything being recycled back to the present.

Like an iceberg, most of the facility lies beneath the surface, with only the observation level and the seismology and climatology sensory array above ground. Below, four floors of accommodation contain several labs, a garage, two canteens, dormitories, and power generators – basically, everything the crew of 70 engineers and 40 scientists require to be self-sufficient for up to three years, if need be.
MONSTROUS PARADISE The Cretaceous Period was a magnificent time in the history of life on Earth. Lasting 79 million years, between 145 and 66 million years ago, its warm, stable climate enabled the world to fill with extraordinary animals – dinosaurs on the land, Pterosaurs in the air and giant marine reptiles in the sea.

This monstrous paradise could not last forever, however. Towards the end of the Cretaceous, reptiles began to disappear from the seas and pterosaurs from the air. But on land the dinosaurs soldiered on, and some of the most spectacular species in their 170 million-year history evolved, such as Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops and Ankylosaurus. Then, in a geological blink of an eye, it was over – whether because of a huge meteor strike or a combination of factors, the giant dinosaurs were gone, leaving behind their exotic and colourful descendants, the birds.
WELCOME TO HELL When looking for a time and place to study dinosaurs, CHRONOTEX had one stand-out candidate – Montana, 67 million years ago. This is the site of the aptly named Hell Creek formation, which was once a wet subtropical delta next to a shallow sea. Its earlier inhabitants were some of the most iconic dinosaurs to ever evolve. In addition, it was close enough to the end of the Cretaceous to provide some vital clues as to why they might have died out so suddenly. “ITS A WILD RIDE” AWESOME EIGHT All visitors to „TimeBase 67“ agree that there are some animals here at Hell Creek that take your breath away. Indeed, they’ve been nicknamed the ‘Awesome Eight’; Tyrannosaurus, of course, a brutal predator that is every bit as impressive as its reputation; Ankylosaurus and Triceratops, with their defensive horns and clubs; Quetzalcoatlus the flying giant; the exotic and deadly feathered Dakotaraptor; Prognathodon, the ‘killer whale’ of the Cretaceous; the cheeky and characterful Thescelosaurus; and last, but definitely not least, the gigantic Alamosaurus, the 70-tonne moving mountain of flesh. “SIMPLY STUNNING”