I would cause a time paradox.
I would cause a time paradox.
I won't let my parents meet. Then my existence shall fade away.
I'd take notes of scores in soccer, hockey, horses u name it then I'd get rich and live happily ever after :P
I would go back in time and stop myself from going out with dudes out of pity...I know now that's not the right thing to do..
I would travel back to November 1, 1955, and stop the Vietnam War from ever happening. Though, that would probably be a bad idea..
Do i need to hold my Sarcasm sign up?
Lets look at you're statement right quick. Lets say what you said really happens and all of asia is under Japanese rule. A Nation that large would surely have one hell of a military force. Now fast forward to December 7, 1941 (The attack on Pearl Harbor). Tell me, if Japan had all of Asia under control, how do you think that day or the following war of the pacific would have turned out?
Edit: To respond to your incredible childish behavior at the start of your message, yes you could say I don't like the thought of someone else just being able to wipe your country from the face of the Earth?
The times when I was bullied in elementary school. Instead of crying, I'll actually assert my rights and defend myself better. Other than that, I have no regrets.
Well, about myself I'd have done the required exams and applied for law school 2 years ago
I must say that my only regret is that for one year I've try to became a "normal person": play less video games,watch less anime,
meet a lol of people in party,... So if I go in back in time, I'll tell me to don't do such a mistake ^^
I wouldn't change a thing for a simple reason. Even a little change might change all that came after that. Even though i have had a tough life at times, i think i would not be who i am and i would not be where i am if it all wouldnt have happened. If that makes any sence. And i am exactly where i want to be and very happy.
So for that reason i would not change a thing. I would not want to jeopardize my present life.
If however i could change some historic event being passive person in it, then who knows maybe i would. But then again every event would change everything what we know as world nowadays.
So i'd say that it is a good thing we have no option to go back and change things.
Thinking deeply of it, sometimes even the small change on things could alter completely the course of our lives.
Per example, if we got back in time and prevent the Worl War II, then persons who had born from soldier fathers and nursing mothers who took care of the injured soldiers would most probably never exist as their parents would have no chance to meet eachother if the war hasn't happen.
So if we could indeed go back in time and change even a single thing the world could be now entirely different from what we know nowadays, therefore I'll suport your last sentence: I'd say it's a good thing we don't have the option to go back in time and change things.
Go back to 29.11.97 to stop my birth.
I would have died if my mother was 5-15mins late for her check up :(
For anyone who feels like going back in time and wanting to change something that happened, i would recommend watching "The Butterfly Effect"
Just the first one with Amy Smart and Ashton Kutcher, not the second one, cos second seriously lacks in plot.
@Uchiha_Luffy exactly, thats what i mean. Little things , or what seems little, may change a lot. ANd something that may be a good change to one, might end up being a major mistake for anyone else. Or even for that very person, as it might affect hes life or hes loved ones lives.
U would never know...
I'd go back in time and tell my past self to watch out for Schizophrenia..
if anyone is acting like a child, its you. Your cause may be a valid one, but the means you proposed are extremely short sighted and simplistic. This was clearly explained by @ZombieWolf2508 . Don't get all butthurt because I pointed out the flaws that you overlooked. Thats called criticism. Get used to it kid, you'll see a lot of it.
see that? now i'm being childish
Mankind has always dreamed about time travelings to the past but it is such a complex theme that it feels rather confortable and safe that we're not able to mess up with it.
Finally, I think your last sentence sumarizes just perfectly my view around all this: you would never know.
As someone who takes Chaos Theory very seriously, I wouldn't go back in time at all.
If it were possible, I would go back in time and tell the younger me not to be so insecure about who I am/was and warn myself to avoid certain reckless behaviors/making silly mistakes. I wonder just how that piece of advice would change my entire life.
Coming to think of it I am very curious to know how I'd have changed in some aspects if I could tell my past self not to do certain things over others.
Not that I regret many things I did in the past but certainly one of them would be selecting my course on college.
As we grow up and get more mature we frequently realise that somethings we did as we were younger were really wrong for us or the others and probably wouldn't do them again, so it would be pretty interesting if we had the chance of giving advice to ourselves in the past.