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Should Congress pass a law banning time travel to the past?

And before you go saying there’s no need since that can’t happen, keep in mind they have already added the Lake Champlain Monster to the endangered species list just in case it exists.
DocSavage · M
It would be pointless. You can always go back to before it was illegal.
Zaphod42 · 46-50, M
@DocSavage @LordShadowfire
Of course, all of this assumes that time travel isn’t deterministic, and everything you will have done in the past has already been recorded in history so you can’t actually change anything, including traveling back to the past to begin with 🤷‍♂️
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DocSavage · M
@LordShadowfire
Hard to say. I’ve read a bunch of science fiction dealing with time travel. As I said before the rules are iffy. In some cases the timelines never meet, but are similar. In others they’re fluid, and can change when events are altered. Then there always the idea that time is constant, and takes all events into account regardless, so there is never a change. Until we actually see a T.A.R.D.I.S we’ll just have to go with timey winey, as the Doctor says.
Nitedoc · 51-55, M
They will in March of 2028.
Zaphod42 · 46-50, M
@Nitedoc Will it have been a long debate?
Nitedoc · 51-55, M
@Zaphod42 Not really. The new guy who headed the largest AI company in the world was behind it. His new company built the first time travel machines!
Zaphod42 · 46-50, M
@Thevy29 Great Scott! 😂
Bang5luts · M
I like the way you think. Truly
Zaphod42 · 46-50, M
@Bang5luts If they did, that would at least explain why no one showed up to Stephen Hawking’s time traveler party experiment 😅
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