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I think many are missing this crucial dialogue in the movie: Rita: I don't know what to say. Phil: I do. No matter what happens tomorrow, or for the rest of my life, I'm happy now. The loop broke when it was pointless to continue further: I think this is crucial. Each day before that one had the potential to be different, to be better; but not the ...


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I think the first explanation is incoherent - really, what does it mean: '... jumping back to the past... ...where there is no time travelling' ??? I think the explanation has to be that one can only change history through time travel if the altered history is internally self-consistent, from a causal perspective; otherwise the altered history 'collapses' ...


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Here's a practical answer. In Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry and Hermione move the time turner three times to go three hours in the past. By the time Tom Riddle turned into Voldemort, he was probably 18. So anyone who wants to kill Voldemort would have to move the time turner for 10*365*24 times, in order to kill Tom Riddle who wasn't powerful at all when he ...



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