A Temporal Paradox

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Trapped in a time loop-hole.

Submitted: February 21, 2018

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- Damn! I am back again!
- Wow, where did you come from?

- Oh yes, you don't know yet, but I just came back in time.
- Are you crazy? It's impossible.

- Long story short, look this carefully. Here is your own note to prove. 
- Hey, you falsified my writting?!

- I didn't falsified a thing, I swear you wrote it yourself the last time. This time you put your signature here, look.
- What do you mean with "last time"?

- The last time indeed, I showed you the note and you didn't believe me, so this time I asked you to put your sign on it.
- Well, I still don't believe you. Time traveling is impossible.

- Maybe, but I was simetrizing a quantic equation by a near horizon event singularity pattern... Anyway, I did it, OK? And I am sick'n tired to have to explain it all the time.
- For nothing, because I will not believe in you.

- Fucking hell, it's getting worse! Just write me the damn note already, saying I gone back in time and...
- Are you sick? Did you take your usual pills already?

- Aw man, I REALLY need your help. I fell in this infinite temporal paradox and can't get out. I'm in loop, and if I didn't get out soon my body will not resist and will break apart.
- Stop kidding idiot. I'm done with it! 

- Wait man, you are my best friend. Do you think I could trick you with so serious matter?
- Sincerely? I think so!

- OK, so you think I faked there proofs?
- Why don't you try to take another thing of mine... to me in the past, or future, whatever.

- Man, I tried taking your watch, your glasses, and now a note with your own signature...
- What else can you manage over anyway? 

- I can only go back a couple of minutes...
- Oh I see... very convenient.

- Hum, it happened this way some times before. I think I got a pattern.
- What? Why?

- Wait, that's it! Its a kind of backtrack reversing theory.
- What theory?

- If my theory is correct, I can jump back and fix everything up.
- Well, I didn't understand a thing, but good luck, man.

- OK, here I go... again.

- Well, I didn't understand a thing, but good luck, man.
- If my theory is correct, I can jump back and fix everything up.

- What theory?
- Wait, that's it! Its a kind of backtrack reversing theory.

- What? Why?
- Hum, it happened this way some times before. I think I got a pattern.

- Oh I see... very convenient.
- I can only go back a couple of minutes...

- What else can you manage over anyway? 
- Man, I tried taking your watch, your glasses, and now a note with your own signature...

- Why don't you try to take another thing of mine... to me in the past, or future, whatever.
- OK, so you think I faked there proofs?

- Sincerely? I think so!
- Wait man, you are my best friend. Do you think I could trick you with so serious matter?

- Stop kidding idiot. I'm done with it! 
- Aw man, I REALLY need your help. I fell in this infinite temporal paradox and can't get out. I'm in loop, and if I didn't get out soon my body will not resist and will break apart.

- Are you sick? Did you take your usual pills already?
- Fucking hell, it's getting worse! Just write me the damn note already, saying I gone back in time and...

- For nothing, because I will not believe in you.
- Maybe, but I was simetrizing a quantic equation by a near horizon event singularity pattern... Anyway, I did it, OK? And I am sick'n tired to have to explain it all the time.

- Well, I still don't believe you. Time traveling is impossible.
- The last time indeed, I showed you the note and you didn't believe me, so this time I asked you to put your sign on it.

- What do you mean with "last time"?
- I didn't falsified a thing, I swear you wrote it yourself the last time. This time you put your signature here, look.

- Hey, you falsified my writting?!
- Long story short, look this carefully. Here is your own note to prove. 

- Are you crazy? It's impossible.
- Oh yes, you don't know yet, but I just came back in time.

- Wow, where did you come from?
- Damn! I am back again!

(english version from original written in sep 14, 2009).


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