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Mar19-03, 06:58 PM
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No, that isn't quite it. This newer theory incorporates a kind of temporal uncertainty principle. The more you learn about your future, the less control or free will you appear to have over it. For example, if I found out from my future self that my father was gonna die in a car accident I could warn him but the universe would still arrange for him to die that way or my future self might have been lying to me or whatever.

So is death involved with multiple histories? I mean, can the probabilities of preventable deaths differ from history to history? Are all deaths preventable?