The Paradox of Time Travel May Have Been Solved by an Undergrad

If we can’t change our past, what does that say about our futures?

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This article was originally published in the author’s paid Newsletter, Curious Life.

Raise your hand if you’ve ever wondered what your life’s purpose is. Yeah, me too. Humans have wondered for millennia. Probably since…

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Katrina Paulson

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I wonder about humanity, questions with no answers, and new discoveries. Then I write about them. Get my newsletter: https://curiousadventure.substack.com/

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