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Post Reply If you could go back in time, would you?
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You can go back in time to any point in your life and re-live from that point on.

Here are the rules required:

1) You may no keep any knowledge of the world of the future, your knowledge of the world is reverted back to what you actually knew at that time.

2) You remember general decisions you made in your life up to traveling back in time and the consequences of those decisions.

3) Who you are now will be transferred with you. If you were really athletic and active at the point you go back to, but hate sport and activities now then you will hate sports and activities when you go back.

Edit: So to clarify some misunderstandings, from 2) you remember your life, the decisions you made and how they turned out, but from 1) you don't remember extra information like who will win the future superbowls, which companies do well in the stock market, products that haven't been invented yet. If a point in your life has to do with information you aren't allowed to know then those details are omitted. For example, you couldn't go back and start up IBM or google, win money betting on sports because you knew the outcome, etc.

So basically you can't significantly change your life by making investments or bets on things you shouldn't know will make money, you can just change where you take your life and how you live it.

Would you still go back in time and live your life again?


Personally, I don't think I would, because I'm not a personable and friendly as I used to be and I don't think I would really be able to change anything for the better.
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If i was able to change the outcome of an event then yes I'd go back in time
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I'd like to let go of the past and move forward
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Yep, in a heartbeat! Let's just say I'm not happy where I'm at in the present and I don't see the future changing that.
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I would go back to when I was a little kid, and I would refuse to go with my parents when they decide to leave, and live with my uncle.
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Nah there's no need, I don't regret anything myself

I guess I wouldn't go back in time for me, but for others... yeah
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No there's no point, one is merely re-living his/her memory, which is quite shitty in my case.
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19 / M / Finland
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Most certainly. I have a lot of things I'd love to fix.
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21 / M / California
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Nope. I'm good.
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21 / M / Canada eh
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I like where I am now
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There's no point if I don't get to keep my memories. Even if you remember all the "general decisions".
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No.
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no, if i'm unable to make any major changes to how my past played out then there's no point, and even if i could significantly change the past i don't believe i would. i learn from my own suffering
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Yes I want to live with dinos
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I don't think I would either. Of course, there are some things that I wish I could have changed, but I'm generally happy with my current situation. Changing some past decisions might have some unforeseen consequences.
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