"If I can make you see the world the way I see it, then you will automatically think the way I think."
In Millennium, people travel from the future to the past, grabbing people who will never be missed due to some sort of catastrophe. For example, if a house will burn down with no survivors, the people can be saved. However, to make sure that the timestream is undisturbed, it is necessary to replace the person with a duplicate body (called a "wimp").
However, to make sure that the timestream is undisturbed, it is necessary to replace the person with a duplicate body (called a "wimp").
Just imagine having a timepress to let you recover from a broken arm in minutes! Of course, it looks like you will also have to age three to six months...
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