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31st Oct '15 11:13:50 PM nombretomado
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Predates QuantumLeap by more than a decade.
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Predates QuantumLeap ''Series/QuantumLeap'' by more than a decade.
23rd Oct '15 6:57:04 PM loracarol
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** [[Justified]]. The rules of time travel ''appear'' to change around, but that's only because it's so poorly understood that nobody knows what the rules actually are. Combine this with improvements to the process and the technology, and things look especially inconsistent.
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** [[Justified]].JustifiedTrope. The rules of time travel ''appear'' to change around, but that's only because it's so poorly understood that nobody knows what the rules actually are. Combine this with improvements to the process and the technology, and things look especially inconsistent.
11th Jul '15 11:43:28 AM GuyYouMetOnline
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** [[Justified]]. The rules of time travel ''appear'' to change around, but that's only because it's so poorly understood that nobody knows what the rules actually are. Combine this with improvements to the process and the technology, and things look especially inconsistent.
2nd Jun '15 10:14:03 AM nombretomado
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Notorious but better-than-it-sounds [[SciFi science fiction]] novel by the equally notorious [[JackChalker Jack L. Chalker]]. It posits a world in which TimeTravel to or from the past is possible by [[MentalTimeTravel "leaping"]] into the body of a person of that time. There is a catch: spend too much time in the past, and you'll 'trip' and be stuck as that person permanently, even if you return to the present.
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Notorious but better-than-it-sounds [[SciFi science fiction]] novel by the equally notorious [[JackChalker [[Creator/JackChalker Jack L. Chalker]]. It posits a world in which TimeTravel to or from the past is possible by [[MentalTimeTravel "leaping"]] into the body of a person of that time. There is a catch: spend too much time in the past, and you'll 'trip' and be stuck as that person permanently, even if you return to the present.
19th Nov '13 5:42:47 AM SeptimusHeap
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All The Myriad Ways is being renamed to Expendable Alternate Universe. Bad examples and Zero Context Examples are being removed.
* AllTheMyriadWays: History is changed several times -- sometimes drastically -- over the course of the story.
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