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Time traveling

Poll - Total Votes: 13
I would travel back in time
I wouldn’t it can have negative consequences
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A lot of people (including me) would travel back in time to change a mistake or something terrible they did. But do you think you should go back? I mean if could change the future in a negative or positive way or not at all.
Picklebobble2 · 56-60, M
The older you get the more those regrettable decisions you made play on your mind...if you let them.

But, as the old saying goes "If i knew then what i know now..." And that's hindsight.
meJess · F
If you go back in time to change a mistake the reason for going back is removed so you do not go.

Paradox? Or just the reminder to move on with life and not overthink previous errors?
blackarcher256 · 61-69, M
No, hindsight is perfect when viewing the past. But every decision has unintended consequences that can’t be known.
Bubblycinna · 16-17, F
smiler2012 · 56-60
@Bubblycinna 🤫so what you are saying is change the course of history hypothetical but how will effect the hear and now as history will have been wriiten about events and people that never happened and existed. best well let things stay put as this terrible thing that have happpened are a wake up call for us never too be repeated
Bubblycinna · 16-17, F
@smiler2012 So you’re saying mistakes happen for a reason and it’s best to learn from them rather then go back in time fix it and then possibly repeat it again?
smiler2012 · 56-60
@Bubblycinna yes you cannot alter history or what has gone
Bubblycinna · 16-17, F
@smiler2012 Valid answer
lost213 · 46-50, M
I wouldn’t change a thing. I like who I am now. And the reason I am is because of what I’ve been through
QCDog2659 · 61-69, M
What is done is done.

I would not go back in time.
Ferric67 · M
Yes I would
Thevy29 · 41-45, M
1998 I qualified for University. It was late in the year and only one course was open. I did not think Registered was for me... I really should have done it.
bugeye · 26-30, F
depends on how it works. if i can freely make and explore new timelines and then revert back to mine i'd have fun with a bunch of real life what-ifs.
AnyEne · T
I think for me, it would be less changing the outcome behind something but more changing the motivation behind something.
Accept your Past without Regrets.

Handle your Present with Confidence.

Face your Future without Fear.
I would travel back to make some changes in my life
Unlearn · 41-45, M
ViciDraco · 36-40, M
Only if I get to keep all of my memories. But only because then it would feel like having extra life to live.
Bubblycinna · 16-17, F
@ViciDraco I feel like if you re do the past when you travel back you’ll be able to re live those memories but not until you reach that age and time that it happened

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