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Question 1: There's also the ________ science fiction short story "A Sound of Thunder", in which the butterfly effect is caused by a real butterfly.
Ray BradburyFahrenheit 451Ray Bradbury bibliographyNeil Gaiman

Question 2: An example of this occurs in the Japanese anime series ________ in which Trunks, the son of Vegeta and Bulma comes to the present from the future.
Akira ToriyamaSon Goku (Dragon Ball)Dragonball EvolutionDragon Ball

Question 3: In the machinima series ________, Church, one of the characters is sent back in time via the combined energy of a bomb and a weather machine.
Halo (series)Halo 3Rooster Teeth ProductionsRed vs. Blue

Question 4: Currently, temporal paradoxes are the domain of science fiction and ________.
AristotlePhilosophyDavid HumePolitical philosophy

Question 5: In The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Link, having defeated the antagonist, ________, travels back in time to warn people about the events of the future.
TingleMidnaGanonPrincess Zelda

Question 6: Another idea is that any change in the timeline, even without personal interaction, while allowable, would cause a "________" in the timeline.
Chaos theoryAttractorButterfly effectEdward Norton Lorenz

Question 7: Some see an example of Harmony Theory in the fact that Isaac Newton and ________—without any overtly obvious connection—both invented infinitesimal calculus independently of one another.
Gottfried LeibnizPlatoLudwig WittgensteinImmanuel Kant

Question 8: ________ also explored timeline corruption paradoxes.
Philip K. DickPhilip K. Dick bibliographyVALISFlow My Tears, the Policeman Said

Question 9: It is a ________ because if this occurs, he will never be born, and therefore never be able to travel back in time to kill his grandfather, thus allowing himself to be born.
Bertrand RussellAristotleParadoxAmbiguity

Question 10: A temporal paradox (also called a time paradox and time travel paradox) is a ________ situation in which a time traveler causes, through actions in the past, the exclusion of the possibility of the time travel that allowed those actions to be taken.
Bertrand RussellAristotleParadoxAmbiguity

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