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|#21 - I love garfield minus garfield It's just a … [+] (2 new replies)||11/27/2013 on Couples be like...||+3|
#34 - anonymous poster (11/27/2013) [-]
I can't say i love it, i normally don't love things that make me sad as fuck.
|#18 - Goddamn I love seeing a sexy Warhammer in medieval/fantasy art… [+] (1 new reply)||11/23/2013 on Awesome artworks||+3|
|#46 - Wow, he must be blind or something.||11/19/2013 on sick play Cait||+6|
|#18 - Go back in time 20 years, bringing a collection of modern tech… [+] (7 new replies)||11/19/2013 on Man, this sucks||+31|
#32 - pokemonstheshiz (11/19/2013) [-]
that's not really correct/ it would be a bad idea if it were. I might cut this short because I'm tired, but i'll try.
There are many views of how time works, the most common is one-way linear, in which time travel is impossible.
A version that would work with what you are saying is also a linear version, but with an exception that allows one stream to be able to travel in time(two-way). This would bestow on the person, if they kept it to themselves, a god like (or dr. who like, I guess) power. So that's possible, but it would essentially make that person an immensely powerful being. If they shared the secret, it would be utter chaos, since anyone could change time willy-nilly Don't actually use dr. who as a reference point for time travel, they make a lot of shit up as they go along and are pretty vague when answering actual questions about time
A third view point is visited on the show "Fringe", which actually does a pretty good job explaining the theory. In this, there are basically an infinite number of timelines, all starting from the same place. At every decisive moment, it splits into multiple lines (as many as there are choices/outcomes of the situation), thus resulting in a relatively infinite amount. In this instance, to go back in time and change something would to enter an alternate timeline, one that already existed. So you would change your reality instantly, but it would be in a separate timeline. And the timeline you were in proceeds as normal (minus the time traveler). This is the theory I think works best with any sort of time traveling work of fiction, though it is rarely visited/ explained in depth.
I'm sure there are other theories, or more extensive ones that include these, but these are the most logical/easiest to understand.
|#17 - Comment deleted [+] (1 new reply)||11/19/2013 on Man, this sucks||0|
#19 - sadisticsalmon (11/19/2013) [-]
I would go back thousands of years, and take back how to make clean energy, and only clean energy, and then give humans thousands of years to refine this technology until it is super efficient, therefore, the world would be a much cleaner place, and governments wouldn't be arguing over how to solve global warming.
|#17 - But they already had their first meeting from her perspective.… [+] (1 new reply)||11/13/2013 on God damn it river||0|
|#72 - Maybe after centuries of partying he just kind of got bored.||11/13/2013 on Sorry for my honesty.||-2|
|#7 - Wow. Just imagine this happening in an old show like Saved by …||11/09/2013 on Rather Handy||+3|
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|#40 - The Mythbusters made a a Battlebot for that show that was so g… [+] (1 new reply)||10/31/2013 on Only Nokia||0|