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If we could have gone back in time to kill Albert Einstein and Issac Newton, what would we have missed out in Physics? Thank you.


 

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A question on the famous people who contributed in physics.
« Reply #1 on: 01/07/2010 17:33:49 »
If we could have gone back in time to kill Albert Einstein and Issac Newton, what would we have missed out in Physics? Thank you.
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If this were possible going back after these two men’s contributions to science and successful accomplishments, and committed this absurd crime and were caught, we might miss our own personal future.

If this is done before their accomplishments, we might miss their names associated with these particular accomplishments, we might miss our own personal future.

If this specific question that has just been asked, and were said being successful in that quest, this specific question would never been asked about the specific subjects, we might miss our own personal future.

I say that, “we might miss our own personal future,” because going back in time would put one’s self in a different era, and the future as that one knew it, has changed just from the mere migration of one’s personal displacement in time. Someone else might of have their names associated with those accomplishments. Just because you relieve someone from their life force does not mean their accomplishments as we know them, has not been carried out by someone else.

Man documents history by only a viewing of the line light, loudest noise, high profile, and other items of incident, etc….
Joe with no show and all go may never be noticed while others have beaten him to the punch. So really, all we can do is surmise. This is only a view point and can not be considered factual, just the same as the question, since time travel, in my view point, has not yet been accomplished.
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