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A time warp is a hypothetical, rather than fictitious, change in the continuing of space-time, such as in time dilation or challenge.
Time Warp may also refer to:
In science fiction:
- "Time Warp" (song), from The Rocky Horror Show
- Time Warp (album), a jazz album by Chick Corea
- "Time Warp", an instrumental track that appeared as a B-side on Eddy Grant's 1983 single "Electric Avenue"
- "Timewarp", a single by Sub Focus
- Time Warp (TV series), a popular science television program
- Time Warp (comics), a comic book series published by DC Comics in 1980 and 2013
- Time Warp (festival), an electronic music festival
- Time Warp with Bill St. James (Radio series), a popular weekly syndicated Classic Rock show.
- Time warping, the property that the timing of a sequence of events may not be regular, addressed in computational sequence comparisons via a dynamic programming algorithm.
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