Predestination Paradox
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The Predestination Paradox is a scientific paradox that states that there are certain time machines that can only be created by bringing a future version of it into the past.

A Brief Explanation by Camera Guy

"So lets say that you are Person A and you have just discovered a time machine in your front lawn and decided to keep it. Now in two years you decide to take the time machine back into the past and put it on your front lawn so that you can find it, the paradox occurs because the time machine was never actually created it's just a series possibilities that are caught in a time loop."
- Alex Galloway

Pocket Dictionary of Eli's Scientific Words:
Cake Paradox The inability to both possess and consume an entity.
Interpretive Evidence Anything that can be argued as true or false depending on its interpretatation.
Paradoxical Loop A series of repeating events in which the instigator is also the outcome.
Predestination Paradox Certain time machines that can only be created by bringing a future version of it into the past.
Quantifiable Something that can be observed and verified.

See Also

Jules Ismail
Eli's Scientific Words
Camera Guy

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