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In my opinion, the answer to your question is another logic matter in the movie : Rufus: Gentlemen, you can do anything you want, as long as you remember this, no matter what happens, you must get to that report. Got it? All right amigos, (points) that book will tell you the number of any place you want to go. Now, most important, no matter what you do, ...


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If we assume the majority of what we see in the movie is the natural progression of time leading to a future in which Rufus can come from: Bill and Ted do not fail and the world becomes utopia. Therefore, anything needing to happen would happen so that what we had seen up until then would be possible, i.e., time traveling phone booths in front of Circle-K's. ...


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No version of Bill and Ted ever failed the report. This is an example of a causal loop. In time travel fiction where there's only one timeline, events in the future can be the cause of effects in the past. This violates our usual expectation, where cause precedes effect. Time travel here enables effect to precede cause, which feels intuitively impossible, ...



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