Socrates, what if the user invents a time machine, travels to the past, and dies in the past? Does the soul transmigrate to a new body in the past or in the “present” where the man invented the time machine?
If it’s the past, is it possible for the soul to transmigrate to the same body, creating an infinite loop?
If I were tugging on his sleeve, Socrates might have tried hemlock on his own.
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Please, please, don’t give JJ Abrams any ideas.
I’m a little surprised Heinlein didn’t already cover this.
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