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Comic #2776

1 {scene: The Legacy engine room}
1 Iki Piki: Bye Spanners. Serron and I are going to deliver the organs to the black marketeer who our past selves will later steal them from.
2 Spanners: Whatever you do, don't meet and talk to your other selves!
3 Iki Piki: But won't that cause some sort of temporal paradox? After all, we already did it.
4 Spanners: Yes, but look what happened last time!
4 Iki Piki: Fair point.

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It makes sense. If you get to go back and redo something, you should probably try it a different way to see what else could happen. Unless you care about maintaining causality or your own existence or the fabric of reality itself, or some such unimportant stuff.

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