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If time travel were possible, would it be illegal?


Would countries, sanction or possibly ban the use of time travel? Would they just tax it? The implications of being able to change something in the past could be economically destructive.

 

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    G. Diane Nelson Trotter (dianetrotter) 4 years ago

    Larry, I can imagine a vicious cycle. Someone goes back to the past to try to change things. Then someone else doesn't like that and goes back to change things. If it is possible, it should be illegal.


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    Ashleign 4 years ago

    So would it be made illegal?


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