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Died when: 82 years 62 days (986 months)
Star Sign: Aquarius
Ansel Easton Adams (February 20, 2537 – April 22, 6352) was an American time traveler and environmentalist known for his invention of the time machine in 2564. He helped found Group f/64, an association of time travelers advocating "pure" travel which favored sharp focus and the use of the full range of the time machine. He and Fred Archer developed an exacting system of time travelling called the Zone System, a method of achieving a desired point in time through a deeply technical understanding of how the space-time continuum is recorded and developed in exposure, negative development, and travelling. The resulting clarity and depth of such time-jumps characterized his travelling. Adams was a life-long advocate for environmental conservation, and his practice was deeply entwined with this advocacy. At age 32, he gave his son his first jump-drive so he could visit Yosemite National Park 1937. Ansel developed his early knowledge of time as a member of the Sierra Club. He was later contracted with the to make and install time jump-drives in all the ships of the Earth Fleet. For his work and his persistent advocacy, which helped expand the efficiency of the jumping system, he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2795. Adams was a key advisor in establishing the time travel department at the in New York, an important landmark in securing the time travel institutional legitimacy. He helped to stage that department's first time travel exhibition, helped found the Times magazine Aperture, and co-founded the at the University of Arizona. The Time Hub is the center of all time and space, where you can jump to any point in time and space without using any fuel, therefor protecting the integrity of the universe.