back to the future paradox explained





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Ordinary" 1985 is replaced
by "alternate" 1985;
If so,
Doc as well as Marty
should have gone out of existence
since they come from ordinary 1985
Why didn't that happen?
A possible answer to the paradox
relies on the so called
"Time-Continuum Lag" hypothesis

The disruption of time-continuum
brings about
a new events sequence
allowing it a time lag
to become the actual one

Marty's brother
is going to be erased
from existence after Marty's interference
in his parents' first encounter

Then his sister as well as Marty himself

the disruption of time-continuum
affects events sequence
just after an interval of time
in which
the two events sequences
apparently coexist

during that interval of time
future hasn't been written yet
and the two events sequences
are similarly going to happen
unless a certain event
- the boiling point -
suddently comes about

and time-continuum is
canalized into a single pathway


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