Dr. Lee enjoyed the party and the company of his colleagues. He felt like he had accomplished something extraordinary, and that he had earned their respect and admiration.
He also felt a sense of curiosity and wonder about the device and its implications. He wanted to know more about how it worked, and what it could do.
He wondered if he could use it again, and explore other timelines.
He wondered if he could change the past, or influence the future.
He wondered if he could meet himself, or other versions of himself.
He wondered if he could find out the secrets of the universe, or the meaning of life.
He wondered if he could have some fun or some adventure.
He wondered if he could do anything he wanted or anything he imagined.
He was tempted to try it.
He was tempted to use the device again, and see what would happen.
But he also felt a sense of caution and responsibility. He knew that the device was not a toy, but a powerful tool.
He knew that it had risks and dangers and that it could have unforeseen consequences.
He knew that it could create paradoxes or anomalies and that it could affect the fabric of reality.
He knew that it could cause harm or damage and that it could violate the laws of nature.
He knew that it could be misused or abused and that it could fall into the wrong hands.
He knew that it could be a curse or a weapon.
He was afraid to try it.
He was afraid to use the device again and see what would happen.
He decided to be careful. He decided to follow the rules and regulations. He decided to respect ethics and morals. He decided to use the device only for scientific purposes, and only with proper authorization and supervision.
He decided to be a good scientist and a good person.
He decided to do the right thing.
To be continued…