Continuing in our careful study of spatio-temporal mechanics as depicted in popular cinematic culture, we come to one of the more intriguing scholarly examples from the late nineteen-eighties. We have before us a meticulously researched opus on the fixed-timeline theory as regards the practical uses of temporal adjustment technology vis a vis academic research as opposed to the more radical theory of temporal manipulation for historical revisionism. Of course this film is most famous for it’s ground-breaking quantum equation that has led to so much brilliant research:
Be=Excellent 2 Other(each) / Partyon D[ude]
It is almost impossible to judge the impact this equation has had on time travel theory but my esteemed colleague Mike and I will be discussing it herein. Please join us. It will be, in my opinion, most triumphant.
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