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Crossing your own timeline, changing the future - how does that work?
There are many movies and TV episodes in which a character "crosses his own timeline", sometimes even meeting his past or future self (e.g. The Day of the Doctor). Technically, I should say meeting ...
Dec 1 '13 at 20:23
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