Talk:Grandfather paradox

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The below paragraph doesn't make sense to me... The first sentence is particularly confusing. Can someone please shed some light on this or consider rephrasing it?

"One variant of the grandfather paradox is that when the traveller kills the grandfather, the act took place in, or resulted in the creation of, a parallel universe where the traveller's counterpart never exists as a result, but his prior existence in the original universe is unaltered.[citation needed] In other variants, the actions of the time traveller have no effect outside of their own personal experience;[citation needed] for example, in the novel The Men Who Murdered Mohammed by Alfred Bester.[citation needed]"

Electricmaster (talk) 11:35, 11 October 2016 (UTC)

Sure. BrightRoundCircle (talk) 23:46, 12 October 2016 (UTC)