The Duchess and I went to see "Beyond" again this AM for a 10:30 showing. Movie starts at 10:30. The two of us don't care because, well, the movie is supposed to start at 10:30. When I was a kid that's how it worked. It was the 20 minutes of previews that started before the scheduled time. Anyway, as we leave they hand us free tickets as an apology for the movie 'starting early.' Umm...okay. Thanks.
This make no sence. The existence of time traveller is caused by cause&effect links. If those links are destroyed, so he couldn't exist - because he never originated. And "repair the timeline" would not work either due to butterfly effect: the mere presence of time traveller would change things in long therms. The more simple solution is that the tiome traveller became thrown into the timeline he created. In that case at least his personal cause&effect links still exist.
The second solution is not how it works in Star Trek. The time traveler remains in his own universe, in an altered timeline. That timeline can be restored if the time traveler undoes the damage. Again, without that, then every single time travel episode of Star Trek had no consequence. The grandfather paradox in some cases does not exist in Star Trek.
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I'm not sure if you guys already saw this or not, but it's mostly everything I have to say about STID and why it wasn't so bad as many take it to be. Plus, the references on the video about other Trek movies and shows are epic. The guy really knows the stuff. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=C16f7zw1o4M