It showed time travel and paradox by showing spok and cpt. Going back intime to stop macoey from saving that womens life because it creates a future controlled germany
The paradox is that if McCoy went back in time and changed it so much that the Enterprise no longer existed, then he wouldn't of bin at that place to jump through the time gate, so it wouldn't of changed, so he would of gone through, so time would of been changed, so he wouldn't of been there, and so on and so forth. That is how this episode connects with paradoxes.
In the star tek episode the story embraced the theme of time travel and parodox by aqdressing wheater or not to kill the lady in the episode. If they saved her germany would win W.W.2 if they killed her the U.S. would win. Also what happened to the hobo MCoy teloported.
This episode shows time travel because McCoy, Spock, and the Captain travel back in time and find themselves in 1930 and have to make sure everything happens the way it did before. If everything didn't happen the way it did before then there would be an odd series of events and something completely different would eventually happen. There is also paradox because McCoy is a random factor and unless he is stopped from changing the present of the 1930s then the future that is from Star Treks real time would change.
Savannah and Will say: It addresses time travel because they go back in time to the nineteen thirties and change the history of events that alter their future. An idea that was highlighted in the film was that a little thing in the past could cause a huge difference years down the road.
It addresses time travel because they go back in time to the 1930's. Their method of time travel was this machine slash being.
It shows Time travel when spok, and kirk go back in time to try, and catch Mcoy. The paradox is that Mcoy saves the women, when she is supposed to die, thus changing history for the worst. The device for time travel, the gaurdian was weak, because such a thing is not possible. However the paradox they use to save time I thought was very gooddBrevig
I like how it used the butterfly effect to keep the future the way we know it. It adds a real sort of concept to an idea that is a tough concept to grasp.
In the Star Trek episode: City On The Edge Of Forever, they use a type of time travel initiated by a specific thing, in this case the portal. A paradox that takes place is the two different futures for the girl and how they are affecting the out come of all time just by being in her life.
The Star Trek episode City on the Edge of Forever is a story based on time travel and the paradox that happens because of it. Like in most time travel stories, a device was used to transport McCoy, Kirk, and Spock into the past. Once there, they were trapped in a paradox; the paradox was specifically about Edith Keeler. The outcome of the future entirely depends on her living or dying. And, adding to the confustion, Kirk falls in love with her. He is from the future, and shouldn't ever meet her. In the end it does circle around and everything is set right.
One theme was the idea that if you go back into time and change one thing then the whole world is also changed. Because McCoy goes back in time and stops a social worker from being killed, the whole world is then under Germany's control. This is known as the butterfly effect.
I found it ironic that a woman is hit by a car driven by, no doubt, another woman. I noticed the obvious and overused idea of the butterfly effect that is also portrayed in The Sound Of Thunder, about how something so small and insignificant can change the whole fate of the world. Also, I find it interesting that them being in the past for as long as they were didnt effect anything else in the world. I find it hard to believe that keeping her alive would be the only thing that changed the future. One more thing, what happened to the homeless dude who randomly turned all blue after messing with the device and got beamed away?
In this episode, the doctor goes back in time and saves a woman which changes the future and makes the Enterprise ship disappear. Spock and the Captain follow him back into the past to prevent him from changing anything. I thought it was interesting the when the three men returned, the crew left on the other planet said they had only been gone a moment even though they had been gone for a few days. It is ironic that the woman who promotes peace has to die so that we will win a war.
The Star Treck episode relates to Paradox and Time Travel because its about men from the future coming back to the 1930's trying to make history stay the same instead of changing it. This story is very unlikely and probably won't ever happen. In order to keep history the same, someone had to die to save millions of lives.
The Star Trek episode: City On The Edge Of Forever helps show the idea of Time Travel when Kirk and Spock go back in time in order to find there doctor. The paradox is shown by the future being drastically changed by saving a girls life, which is he wrong thing to do regarding the future.
The Star Trek episode watched in class relates to the idea of time travel and the butterfly effect because if the captian saved that women then the whole world could have changed. Time travel is a risky thing, one small incident can change the worlds out come. This concept is very well explained in the movie and story, Sound of Thunder.
i think the movie did a good job of portraying a paradox. it showd that even the smallest change in history can throw the future way off, and even an event changed in the attempt to do good can have horrible effects on the future.
I thought that it was interesting how all three men had to there, so that she would walk into the street. I think that she died because she had no idea what they where doing to McCoy which caused her to get hit by the truck, so it really wasn't McCoy that changed the future it was the captain because if it wasn't for his action of containing McCoy nothing would had happened.
This episode does a great job of adressing paradox and time travel of how the butterfly effect works. One change in the past or present can effect an entire future and what leads to come. Time travel however, is very ricky based off of this episode and I wouldn't want to experience it with the risk of screwing up an entire future for thr whole world.