We just watched the new Terminator movie tonight.
And it got me thinking about the fabric of time.
Is it more like crochet? Or is it more like knit?
If you travel back in time, and something goes wrong and the timeline is changed… is it like a run in your pantyhose?
Something that ripples like a straight line through the entire length of knit fabric, permanently changing the landscape? Erasing an entire line of loops?
Or is it more like crochet? In that if a loop of the fabric is damaged, its spread remains fairly localized. But the altered appearance in that area is more pronounced, leaving remants of threads and half memories?
And instead of erasing a line of loops, a little pot hole is formed, and the face of the landscape changes across multiple “lines?”
Do you think time as we know it is at risk from time moths?