ATTENTION: The Boards will be closed permanently on May 28th, 2014. Posting will be disabled on April 28th, 2014. More Info

Time's Orphan

22123magic

GROUP: Members

POSTS: 1047

Report this Jan. 11 2014, 6:12 pm

So, seriously, the reason the O'Briens couldn't just send Molly back was because......it "would be like taking 10 years of her life away", seriously? They ended up doing it in the end anyway.  Weird.


22123magic's Star Trek Games! Check it out! http://startrekgames.yolasite.com www.startreklogs.tk

stovokor2000-A

GROUP: Members

POSTS: 2001

Report this Jan. 16 2014, 12:54 pm

No, they [ the O'Briens] did NOT send Molly [adult] back in time anyway, not by intent


Photobucket

QuantumMath

GROUP: Members

POSTS: 598

Report this Feb. 22 2014, 5:18 am

The difference was at first, they had a choice, try to teach Molly about her old life, or send her back. Later, it was either have her sit in a building with some counselors or send her back to her life in the wild.


Lets make sure history never forgets the name... Enterprise

QuantumMath

GROUP: Members

POSTS: 598

Report this Feb. 22 2014, 5:31 pm

Wouldn't the end of Time's Orphan be a paradox?


Big molly goes back in time and sends little molly back forwards. Little molly does not grow up and big molly does not exist. Without big molly, nobody sends little molly forwards. Little molly grows up to be big molly and then goes forwards, then back and sends little molly forwards. Without little molly to become big molly, big molly does not exist. without big molly, nobody sends little molly forwards ... etc...


 


does this make sense to anyone?


Lets make sure history never forgets the name... Enterprise

stovokor2000-A

GROUP: Members

POSTS: 2001

Report this Feb. 22 2014, 5:41 pm

it is a paradox.


based on the "almost' normal way time change events are depicted, when big Molly went back in time and sent her younger self back home, the time line should have been re-written.


 


Photobucket

22123magic

GROUP: Members

POSTS: 1047

Report this Feb. 23 2014, 6:43 am

Yes, in the Trek universe, the new events take precidence over the old. It makes for a nice, clean shift.


22123magic's Star Trek Games! Check it out! http://startrekgames.yolasite.com www.startreklogs.tk

QuantumMath

GROUP: Members

POSTS: 598

Report this Feb. 23 2014, 6:44 am

would that work if time travel were actually possible in real life?


Lets make sure history never forgets the name... Enterprise

22123magic

GROUP: Members

POSTS: 1047

Report this Feb. 23 2014, 9:02 am

Beats me. I've never tried it!


 


No, seriously. I don't think time travel, into the past at least, is likely to be possible, so this predicament would never occur.


22123magic's Star Trek Games! Check it out! http://startrekgames.yolasite.com www.startreklogs.tk

QuantumMath

GROUP: Members

POSTS: 598

Report this Feb. 23 2014, 9:22 am

That should be what they should make a series about next: federation timeship enterprise


Lets make sure history never forgets the name... Enterprise

22123magic

GROUP: Members

POSTS: 1047

Report this Feb. 24 2014, 5:36 am

I would watch it.


 


STAR TREK: RELATIVITY


22123magic's Star Trek Games! Check it out! http://startrekgames.yolasite.com www.startreklogs.tk

QuantumMath

GROUP: Members

POSTS: 598

Report this Feb. 24 2014, 1:40 pm

Is that an idea, or is it something real?


Lets make sure history never forgets the name... Enterprise

22123magic

GROUP: Members

POSTS: 1047

Report this Feb. 24 2014, 2:22 pm

An idea, but it could be something real if you make it.


22123magic's Star Trek Games! Check it out! http://startrekgames.yolasite.com www.startreklogs.tk

QuantumMath

GROUP: Members

POSTS: 598

Report this Feb. 24 2014, 2:23 pm

It would work though, time travel


Lets make sure history never forgets the name... Enterprise

Post Reply

Forum Permissions

You cannot post new topics in this forum

You cannot reply to topics in this forum

You cannot delete posts in this forum