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Originally posted by jbmitch
reply to post by mikesingh
"So in his time"
So he comes back to our "time line" to get an antiquated computer in 1975 to work in a computer made in 2046.. his time line so 80 years in the future?
Originally posted by battlestargalactica
reply to post by xfosterXchaunx
The grandfather Paradox:
“The Grandfather Paradox [where you go back in time and kill your grandfather] is not an issue,” said Mallett. “In a sense, time travel means that you’re traveling both in time and into other universes. If you go back into the past, you’ll go into another universe. As soon as you arrive at the past, you’re making a choice and there’ll be a split. Our universe will not be affected by what you do in your visit to the past.”
500 P(*) with 10 I(**) each = 5000 predictions witch 10 percent hit ratio there will be 500 P witch are correct. 1 on 1 hit.
** different interpretatios
If this worldline is 2 percent divergent from your worldline, how do you get home? If you go forward from here to 2036, won't the divergence approach infinity?
Yes, this is true. If I go forward on this worldline, the future will not be my future. I get home by going back to 1975 before I arrived and then going forward to 2036.