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The End of Eternity

How many times did you thought about travel to the past to change something that you did? I did a lot. However, every time I did it, travel paradoxes comes to my mind.


The end of eternity is a about a group of people that study different ways to make a society lives longer. Well, I shortly described the scientists. Notwithstanding, this time-changing organization is called "Eternity", an organization that was founded "outside time" which aimed to improve human happiness by observing and changing little details in human history. The members are known as "Eternals" and they're responsible for reducing human suffering, at the lowest cost of technology, art and other endeavors. For Eternity to exists, they've to be sure that the creation of travel time do not be deleted by some changes in the past. The circle of Eternity's creation must persist through the time.

The plot of this book, by Isaac Asimov (yeah, I love this guy), is around an Eternal called Andrew Harlan. He isn't just an Eternal, he is the greatest Eternal in his time. Harlan is fascinated with "Primitive History" (the humanity before time travel) and by some mathematics, he suspect that someone was sent to the past to construct or pass the knowledge to build a time travel machine. But, how could this happened if they can't travel to the past before the time travel machine event?

Good reading!

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