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erik

Eh???

"The catch – and this is why the Old West visit is out of the question – is that even if someone does develop a machine with these cosmos-bending qualities, he’ll need a similar one at his destination."

I'm no rocket-scientist, but couldn't you just bring a duplicate/copy of the machine with you through time. Problem solved.

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I would think that if you where possible to go back in time and changed something and then returned to your time would your present be different and everyone else would be different.

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This article, like so many we've seen recently in the trade press, is in my view another example of piling-on by journalists looking for material to feed their news machines. Journalists find isolated instances or events from which they extrapolate to conclusions not necessarily accurate.

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I'm no rocket-scientist, but couldn't you just bring a duplicate/copy of the machine with you through time. Problem solved.

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