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'''Automatic retrieval''' was a feature built into a [[temporal duplicate|temporally duplicated]] [[DeLorean time machine]] by [[Emmett Brown]]. He programmed the car to automatically jump to [[spatial displacement|four-dimensional coordinates]] if he did not return the vehicle within an alloted time. As this had happened on one of Doc's journeys through time, the DeLorean went into this mode, entered [[temporal displacement]], and appeared outside of his [[Doc's garage|garage]] on [[May 14]], [[1986]] for [[Marty McFly]] to find. Marty looked for Doc in the vehicle, but only found [[Einstein]], a shoe, and a [[Doc's tape recorder|tape recorder]] in the car, which instructed him of Doc's calamity.
 
'''Automatic retrieval''' was a feature built into a [[temporal duplicate|temporally duplicated]] [[DeLorean time machine]] by [[Emmett Brown]]. He programmed the car to automatically jump to [[spatial displacement|four-dimensional coordinates]] if he did not return the vehicle within an alloted time. As this had happened on one of Doc's journeys through time, the DeLorean went into this mode, entered [[temporal displacement]], and appeared outside of his [[Doc's garage|garage]] on [[May 14]], [[1986]] for [[Marty McFly]] to find. Marty looked for Doc in the vehicle, but only found [[Einstein]], a shoe, and a [[Doc's tape recorder|tape recorder]] in the car, which instructed him of Doc's calamity.
   

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"Only if it turns out that reality is actually nothing more than a holographic illusion created by the interplay of subatomic particles on a vast two-dimensional membrane."

This article covers a subject that has been deemed non-canon by either the author or the Back to the Future licensees, and thus should not be taken as a part of the "real" Back to the Future universe.

Automatic retrieval was a feature built into a temporally duplicated DeLorean time machine by Emmett Brown. He programmed the car to automatically jump to four-dimensional coordinates if he did not return the vehicle within an alloted time. As this had happened on one of Doc's journeys through time, the DeLorean went into this mode, entered temporal displacement, and appeared outside of his garage on May 14, 1986 for Marty McFly to find. Marty looked for Doc in the vehicle, but only found Einstein, a shoe, and a tape recorder in the car, which instructed him of Doc's calamity.


When this feature is used, it also leaves the Last Time Departed blank, implying that it bypasses that part of the time circuits when this feature is activated.

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