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The Time Travel Paradoxes of Back To the Future

October 25th, 2010 10:34 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

brumgrunt sent in a fun little piece to get your brain going on a cloudy monday morning. Despite countless viewings of BTTF I still never thought of a few of these. “Throughout Back To The Future Part III, there has to be two Deloreans in 1885. Also, why don’t George and Lorraine recognize their son? Why doesn’t the time machine disappear in the alternative 1985? These and more Back To The Future paradoxes explored…”

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