Re: Dead SwatKats.

From: Leet Wai Leong Simon <>
Date: Tue, 9 Jan 1996 20:34:54 +0800 (GMT-8)

On Mon, 8 Jan 1996, Edo Andromedo wrote:

B-Ko's request:
> >Can you say that in English, please? Sorry, but my volcabulary is somewhat
> >limited when it comes to people who must have at least two words over four
> >syllables in their abstract sentances!

Edo's reply:
> 1. Simon said that if DJ theory of multiple timelines does exist, then we
> can travel through every timeline without affecting the course of every
> timeline. (Translation: Do what ever you want on this timeline, but the
> events will stay the same.)

Not quite. Just pointing out that DJ'sfirst line didn't fit the rest of
her time travel theory.

> 2. Simon said that the TurboKat crashed to the building, then this is a
> conflict to DJ theory of "skip the past just travel to the future", and the
> Pastmaster will have an easier times controling the city back to the Dark
> Ages. (Of course I have a theory that can explain this no SwatKats in the
> future.)

No ... I just pointed out that according to DJ's theory, it would be
equally possible that the Pastmster would not have arrived in the future
of the Metallikats and the adventure would never have existed at all.
Cartoon physics only work if they simplify a problem rather than
complicate it, as in DJ's case.

> 3. Simon said that if DJ theory of missing SwatKats in the past does
> happen, then success of the Metallikats in that episode will be a very
> puzzling thing to solve (Unless you put my theory of another TurboKat being
> made by someone else.)

Close, but no cigar ... What I said was that DJ's assumption that the
Metallikats succeeded in ruling MegaKat City because the SWATKats had
traveled to the future and hence were not availible in the present to
stop them had no clear basis.

I think I should drop this now. It's apparent no one understands me and
this thread is a waste of space ... :P

Simon Leet <> :)
- *sigh* now everything I did wrong in '95 can return
  to haunt me. Hurrah.

Received on Tue Jan 09 1996 - 07:46:52 PST

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