Reply to post: Re: Multiple timelines

I'll be back (and forward): Hollywood's time travel tribulations

Michael Thibault

Re: Multiple timelines

> were time travel possible, you'd be perfectly free to go back and make as many tweaks and changes as you'd like and see what would happen.

Yes, but to "see what would happen", you'd have to go 'back' or 'across' to another verse, one not your own. However, if that were possible--energy requirements aside, and given the nature of consciousness--could you not arrange to travel to that same verse repeatedly/continually (to the point of continuously), ending up--effectively--in a different verse on a basis indistinguishable from it being your 'native' verse? ...

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