Yesterday, I received a call from Mr. X who asked for my assistance in fixing his time machine, which he suspected had been damaged during one of his adventures. Since an initial inspection revealed no superficial damage, I asked for materials from his diary of four of his travels to help me ascertain the issue.
Today I visited the newly constructed Eiffel Tower in Paris for the world fair. It is quite a marvelous structure and towers over the rest of the city. In fact, I believe that it has claimed the title of the world's tallest building. Inside, one may find all kinds of shops and restaurants. Marvelous!
Today, I may have accidentally changed history. I visited Alexander Fleming's lab two years before the discovery of penicillin, and when we took a lunch break, I mentioned that there was some mold on the bread in the cabinet. Upon hearing my words, he thoughtfully stared at the mold and appeared to be deep in thought.
Today, I witnessed the Tunguska meteor incident. From my vantage point, I saw a bright flash and a brief moment later, I heard a deafening roar which came accompanied by a vicious shaking of the ground. Although I was in no danger, I was nonetheless overcome by a rush of chill fear, as I witnessed the unstoppable force of nature.
Today, I once again visited the site of the Tunguska meteor incident. To my surprise, I could find no signs of the explosion and no sign that the disaster had happened. Impossible! Had I somehow irreparably damaged history? From a nearby town, I purchased a newspaper, and saw that the date is indeed July 12, 1911. What in the world has happened?
After admonishing Mr. X to take better care of preserving history, I told him that I would fix the time machine within a weeks time.
What was wrong with the machine?
Edit: It was brought to my attention that there was no crater from the explosion.
Edit: As a clarification, each entry represents one time that Mr. X travels back in time.