Not exactly. The paradox opens if (X' & Y) or (X & Y') and closes if (X &
Y) or (X' & Y'). There are two patches for the year, one for each
posibility of open paradox. I'll have the timeline ready for you to read
From: "Dan Isaac 2" <disaac2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Reply-To: Chrononauts <chrononauts@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Chrononauts" <chrononauts@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: RE: [Chrononauts] Re: Time Wars of the 24th Century
Date: Sat, 1 Apr 2006 19:03:51 -0500
Cool. So it's an "X' and Y" (X-red, and Y-black) Ripplepoint.
That's very reasonable.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Robert Potter
> Speaking of which, my timeline has a new kind of temporal
> anomaly, which I call a Biconditional. It's governed by
> two Linchpins. If one is flipped from black to red, the
> paradox opens, but if the other one is flipped from black
> to red also, the paradox closes! What do you think of that?
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