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By any logic, we could state an infinite number of future possibilities could happen, and many of them would or could be correct. However, knowing about it would change the course of such events, unless you were purposful in folowing each outcome step by step, breathe for breathe, to allow any of those infinite possibilities to occur. Essentially knowing about it would change the outcome by itself. Not knowing is what would make an outcome possible. By this man's testimony, the machine can only predict the future of those who use it, there by changing it's outcome and creating a new future which includes using this machine to view that particular future. For example, using it or not means that I would have a possibility of two different futures. #1 Not using and not knowing what will happen, is one outcome. #2 Using it and learning of a possible future would create a comppletely different future than #1. That is of course not including the infinite other possibilities in which I choose to allow or disallow any of the occurances of the #2 possibility to occur at any given point of the 5-8 year prediction. Therefore this time "prediction" machine may also be 98% inacurate unless the subject were to willingly allow all predicted events to occur in the exact order predicted. If you knew you would die by car accident would you still allow it to happen or create a new future by avoiding said accident?

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*For example, using it or not means that I would have a minimum possibility of at least two different futures.

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