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ANN: Steins;Gate Review

During the formative years of modern science fiction, writers warned against the Grandfather Paradox, in which a time traveler might visit the past, kill his or her ancestors, and end up never being born. But perhaps what they were really warning against was time-travel fiction itself, with mind-bending ideas and thrilling twists that—upon more careful consideration—usually turned out to be full of logical loopholes.

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