I vaguely remember watching this series as a kid, but for me it is a perfect example of very cleaver Eastern European SF and a very good "children" TV show. This is DVD-rip retrieved from a Czech forum, I was unable to...展开fins English subs, but nevertheless I believe we will enjoy the cinematic experience. Very many thanks to the original uploader.
In the 25th century—more precisely, in the year 2484—people live in a world of peace and love. Thus, mankind is horrified when CML (Central Brain of Mankind), the main supercomputer supervising the whole Earth, announces an upcoming disaster. It has spotted a huge space object on a collision course with Earth. The impact is unavoidable, and the prediction is that a significant part of the Earth will be destroyed. note from: Miroslav Škuta Comet will not crash with earth, it past by. But it will can knock earth from it orbit. It will be the cause of big climate change and overpopulate of same area
But there is hope. Professor Filip, biographer of the greatest physicist ever, Adam Bernau, offers a plan to save mankind — a time travel to the past. Adam Bernau was a genius mathematician and physicist of the 20th and 21st centuries, winner of the Nobel prize. In his memoirs, Bernau stated that in his childhood he wrote down in his notebook a short formula that would allow the moving of whole continents, worlds and planets. This can save the Earth.
Professor Filip selects a four-member team for the trip, and their expedition begins. The expedition plans to spend just a couple of minutes in the past to save the formula from being burned by a fire in Adam Bernau's home, but something goes wrong, and they are forced to spend several weeks. In the end they notice, that the so called formula was just a juvenile imagination of Adam Bernau and they return back to the future, taking with them the old Mr Drchlík, who has helped them much in the past. Mr Drchlík notices the Central Brain standing asymmetric and fixes this with a wooden wedge, and suddenly the Central Brain realizes an error in its calculation. The whole expedition had been moot.