A Conversation for Temporal Mechanics in TV and the Movies
[...] Started conversation Jan 28, 2004
It was his [Lister's] son not grandson.
Oberon2001 (Scout) Posted Jan 28, 2004
[...] Posted Jan 28, 2004
There's The Inquisitor for an example aswell...
Lister saves Inquisitor's life (from a situation set up by lister) so that he can't be killed or Inquisitor will be committing suicide but Inquisitor can just delete Lister from existence so that his life wouldn't be threatened in the first place... but you already knew that!
Oberon2001 (Scout) Posted Jan 29, 2004
Again, <./>Feedback-Editorial</.> is the place to post this stuff if you wanna amend the entry
PS. Really, this sorta thing should be picked up in PeerReview
Insight Posted Aug 3, 2005
Whether it was his son or his grandson depends on whether you watch the episode or read the novel.
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