πλάνης (planes) 1.wanderer, roamer, vagabond 2.planet 3.fever which comes in irregular fits
recursion (plural recursions) 1.The act of recurring.
Once upon a time, there was a ship that had already existed.
If you're on board, it's because you already were. Whatever you're doing, you already did. The Time Agency in control of the ship has the records, and that's why you're here: because you have to be. There are no appeals, no arguments – hell, you should be proud if you can even get the Time Agency's attention.
The ship you're on is of uncertain origin. For that matter, nobody's entirely sure how it works; arguably, it doesn't. It can time-travel, although whether it can time-travel how you want it to is another question altogether. Its food is usually edible, and provided the mechanics are doing their jobs, everything should work all right...except when the weird things happen. Which is a lot. Nobody really knows where the ship is going, either – only that nobody can change course.
Sometimes you'll come across a planet, or space station, or alternate reality. When it happens, it's called Planetfall, and the ship will stay right where it is until someone investigates. For the most part, it tends not to leave people behind.
So come aboard, whether you want to or not. After all, you're meant to be here.