Imagine you're at the local library when a scientist approaches you. He explains that he can create a portal in time to send an object into the past. However, he can only send inanimate objects. He's decided that he wants to send a book back in time to change history. Which one do you choose?
The Ground Rules
- You can send any book back in time. It must be a book that has already been written, not one in the future.
- You can send the book to any point in the past.
- You can put the book right into the hands of anyone in the past. The person is guaranteed to read it.
- History can be changed by the book, but you'll remain the same person and have the same memories, so don't worry about paradoxes.
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