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Ok I have a separate theory that is a bit different from the others I have read online. My problem with most interpretations is that they leave out Nemo’s ability to see the future (at least to a limited extent) and the importance of the big crunch event in the end. In my theory, these two circumstances creates a paradox, and in turn a very situational ...


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Marty was in the time machine when he came back. The definition of the time machine is that the machine (and what it contains) travel through time unaltered. (My real question would be, why is there just ONE Marty when he comes back to 1985 after fixing his family. There should be one Marty that was born from his parents on his normal birthdate, and one ...


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They blew up the engine when they first tried to get it running on whiskey, therefor not having enough time to repair the engine before doc's murder and if they had switched engine parts ir still would have changed space time continuum because the engine parts would not have been availble until the early 80's for the delorean


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This event seems to be the singular instance of this happening in all the time travel involved in the Flash, so it's likely that this was just creative licence, because trying to deal with a second Barry in this episode would have been too complicated on the writers' part. However, if you want an in-universe explanation, I would say this: The "other" ...


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Little Barry didn't disappear because there was no reason for him to. There is no "law of time" that states that only one person can exist in a timeline at any one time, because time simply doesn't work like that. Time doesn't care if two arbitrary combinations of matter floating through spacetime make up what we as humans perceive as the same person. When ...



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