Robert Franklin’s Philosophy, Episode 1: The Grandfather Paradox and Time Travel

So, in the spirit of starting a bunch of series’ on this blog, in which I’m probably not going to post the next installment anytime soon, I bring you Robert Franklin’s Philosophy, explaining the wonderful, complicated, bat-shit thinking of a bunch of guys, most of which were killed for being witches. Today’s inaugural installment focuses on a facet of philosophy most don’t know they’ve been exposed to regularly. The Grandfather Paradox — otherwise known as the time-travel principal Hollywood creams themselves over. Enjoy, and trust me, your car cannot go back in time, with or without 1.21 gigawatts (pronounced jigga-watts) of electricity.

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Well, apparently, I can’t get the damn video to embed here. So, if you’re still interested in hearing what I have to say about the Grandfather Paradox and the application of time travel, click the link below. Damn you, internet. Damn you hard.

Robert Franklin’s Philosophy, Episode 1: The Grandfather Paradox and Time Travel

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About Robert L. Franklin

Ah, the About Me section - social networking's excuse for you sounding like an elitist prick. Hmm... what to say? What to say?
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