The Time Line Paradox.. By Hank Curci, SCIFI Author

Time Line Paradox

Reading A Book By Someone Who Never Existed

Time Line Paradox is Featured in Hank Curci’s Thrilling Time Machine Adventure To Ancient Rome shown blow..

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The Place is Ancient Rome.

The Time is 79Ad, Location is Circus Maximus Chariot Races…

Action Is Racing A Modern Day Jaguar Sports Car in the Ancient Roman Chariot Races…


   By Traveling To Ancient Rome In A Time Machine, One of John Moore’s greatest concerns was disturbing the time line.

   He is about to help an Ancient Roman man, Glaucus, win a race that he probably would have not have won.

   With his prize chariot horses poisoned by Darius, there would have been very little chance of Glaucus winning.

   Meaning the winner of the chariot race, probably Darius, would have married Ruth and their offspring would go on to have their offspring and so on.

   By preventing these children of Darius and Ruth to even exist, John has now changed the time line meaning some things that actually happened in his history has now been removed.

   He is now dealing with the time line paradox.

The book in John’s library was written by a man who was the off spring of Ruth and Darius.

By helping Glaucus win the race Ruth’s children will now be the offspring of Ruth and Glaucus , hence the man who wrote the book in John’s library never existed…

Hence the time line paradox..

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Ancient Rome

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