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Favourite Time Travel Yarns

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RedRiver
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Re: Favourite Time Travel Yarns

Postby RedRiver » September 12th, 2014, 9:56 pm

It's the old quandary, Masha. If you alter the past, what happens to the future?

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Joe Macclesfield
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Re: Favourite Time Travel Yarns

Postby Joe Macclesfield » September 12th, 2014, 10:20 pm

"Time itself is an anachronism..." To quote John Hoyt's character "Varno" in THE TIME TRAVELERS. I might add that nothing exists. The past is gone. The present--the second you think about it--is past. And the future hasn't happened! :wink:
"...Then as a bee, which among weeds doth fall,
Which seem sweet floures with lustre fresh and gay,
She lights on that, and this, and tasteth all,
But pleasd with none doth rise and sore away..."

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Re: Favourite Time Travel Yarns

Postby Rita Hayworth » September 13th, 2014, 2:20 am

Joe Macclesfield wrote:"Time itself is an anachronism..." To quote John Hoyt's character "Varno" in THE TIME TRAVELERS. I might add that nothing exists. The past is gone. The present--the second you think about it--is past. And the future hasn't happened! :wink:



This is so profound ... thanks for sharing this!


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