Ok so in a future with time travel

if someone goes back in time and changes your opinion on something which causes you to become a nasty piece of shit or commit a crime, should there be legal action against that person if you can like view both timelines?

Alright Tom Cruise

haven’t actually seen it

is this actually a movie?!

no way would Tom Cruise be in a film with that cool an idea

I dunno, I haven’t seen it.

what?!

Cocktail.

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not heard of that

It’s a tail about Tom Cruise going back and convincing a guy to do mean things like the cock he is

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I’ve seen some movies with Tom Cruise in but I really couldn’t tell you if he is a good actor in any of them

yep - I saw it next year

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time travel can’t happen btw

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That’s not what you said next year.

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I wondered when this thread would happen
I would say its about time

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what you’re talking about with time travel is just like a replica of the atomic structure of the universe as we remember it layered on top of the present

AND NOW/THEN I’M SO ANGRY AND NASTY

:nerd_face: hactually we’re currently travelling forwards through time at a rate of 1 second per second

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which also means that if all the entire physical makeup of the universe is organised identically then the exact same outcome must happen

so there’s no time at all you twat!

Time travel can and does happen. Just in a fairly structured way

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