Saturday, March 30, 2013 11:41:28 AM
The Harry Potter one is explained in the books, All the timeturners are kept in the department of mysteries and are destroyed in the fight before just before Sirius dies.
Friday, March 29, 2013 1:53:34 PM
#2: I'm not so hung up on her not remembering him. It`s hard to remember people you met for 1 week, like 20 years ago.
But what bothers me are the inconsistent time travel rules, especially in parts 2 and 3.
Problem #1: It`s established that only those who made time-travel-related changes seem to remember the changes, but in part 2, Biff changes the timeline, yet Marty and Doc can remember the old timeline when they go back and see all of the nonsense that he caused in the "present". And also, nothing seemed to change in the "future" due to Biff`s time-jumping escapades.
Problem #2: In part 3, same issue, but with Clayton Ravine. The article about Doc`s death indicates that he was mourned by his "beloved Clara". So presumably, even without Marty being there, he must have saved her from falling down the ravine. So why does Marty still remember it being called "Clayton Ravine"?
"#1: Terminator. Reese was sent back in time to save Sarah. He was sent by John Connor. BUT, he is actually John Connor's father. So how was John born if ... well you get the idea."
Well that can get deeper into quantum theory and the idea that time is not linear but all events that have ever or will ever happened are happening simultaneously and our energy simply moves through states of event matter.
Friday, March 29, 2013 11:33:49 AM
#1: Terminator. Reese was sent back in time to save Sarah. He was sent by John Connor. BUT, he is actually John Connor's father. So how was John born if ... well you get the idea.