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Subj: Re: Writers confrim next years crossover deals with the future Newspaper headline
Posted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 at 10:26:34 am GMT (Viewed 768 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Writers confrim next years crossover deals with the future Newspaper headline
Posted: Wed Feb 06, 2019 at 04:15:16 pm GMT (Viewed 775 times)



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    Lol! Hey, if you start out today, and tomorrow you're 500 years in the future - you've time travelled. It doesn't matter if you've experienced the 499 years at a much faster rate, or skipped them altogether.

By that logic, everyone is always time travelling into the future at a rate of one second per second. But that's not really how the term "time travel" is typically used, now is it?


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    No, it's not guesswork. It's taking the evidence we have (the physics we're sure of, and the physics we're pretty sure of) and working forward from that point.

Which is just guesswork.


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    And when you do that, you find that time travel couldn't possibly work the way 'The Flash' presents it. It would have to involve parallel (divergent) timelines, or the single timeline becoming a mobius strip.

According to what? This has never been verified by experimentation. You have nothing to base this claim on. Nobody has any idea how it would work. The physics involved might be far beyond human comprehension for all we know.


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    And yes, I'm qualified to make a judgement (and so is everyone else) because we can clearly see how poor and contradictory the writing is in many other areas of the show.

That is irrelevant. That's a different topic entirely.



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