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February 24th, 2017, 7:00 am

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Sappy goo with Halibo

According to the laws of candy bars in this comic, those gummy trout probably taste like real, uncooked fish, and smell like them too! Or maybe its just the barrel of caviar in the corner.

Posted at February 24th, 2017, 7:14 am

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Pegasus have a sparkly aura?


Posted at February 24th, 2017, 7:28 am

Posted by Ultima527

Hold on, if young Haxor stays in the present, wouldn't that mean he would grow up in the future, thus transporting adult Haxor to the future and causing him to have experienced a different life?

Logically, then, young Haxor doesn't stay in the present; if he and adult Haxor are still interacting with each other, than that must mean that young Haxor will return to his time and grow up to be the adult Haxor we see now.

........this is why I think people need to be less critical of things that involve time travel; because time travel doesn't actually make any sense.

Posted at February 24th, 2017, 2:49 pm

Posted by PDoogan

@Ultima527: ...
I must have read this comment 4 or 5 times, and I think my brain might have short circuited at one point...
I'm no quantum physics expert, but IF I understand what you said (and that's a big "if") there are 3 possible explanations:

A. Once younger Hax reaches the current age of his adult counterpart, the older one might either disappear or change age as the timeline wraps around itself in order to continue the aging process in a straight line. (We never actually get that point in the story, though)

B. The theory stated above, except it ends with a world ending time paradox instead.

C. I don't know, time travel is weird.

Posted at February 24th, 2017, 3:32 pm

Posted by Ultima527

@PDoogan: I think what I was trying to get at (and got lost along the way) was that since young Haxor's death will result in the end of adult Haxor's existence, what are the consequences of young Haxor disappearing from his past and never returning?

I'm gonna go with your A) explanation, because if the timeline allows people to change it, there are a whole bunch of other allowances it would have to make in order to sustain them throughout the proccess. When it comes down to it, it's the deliberation of time travel that bothers me; like, how does the timeline not already know what you're going to do? Wouldn't all the changes you make already be implemented? But I guess that makes for a boring story
I agree with the C) theory. Time travel is weird...but also a lot of fun, as long as you don't overthink it, as I have. Do not tread down the dark path that I have trodden!

Posted at February 24th, 2017, 4:07 pm

Proposition D: Young Doctor becomes a different person and the timeline branches.

Posted at December 30th, 2017, 9:37 am

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