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Problem #1 - Law of Causality

Problem #1 - Law of Causality

While a bootstrap paradox may produce a consistent account of the timeline’s history, one problem associated with this ontological conundrum is an apparent violation of the Law of Causality.

As a result, scientists are presented with an obvious problem in that they are no longer able to say that a past ’cause’ leads to a future ‘event’.

The event may equally have been created in the future before leading to its cause in the past. Instead of time moving from a dead past to an undetermined future, the past, present, and future are, in fact, all equally real at the same time.


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