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Should there be a spinoff page for discussion of the paradoxes described in the original version of the movie article? In the trivia section, when the article was created, a question was raised about the fact that 1955 Doc was aware of the lightning strike that would someday send him back to the old west; and that with that knowledge, 1985 Doc would potentially be able to avoid that event entirely. That question seems to have been expounded upon since it was first raised in the original article, and it is one of the many paradoxes that can be gathered from the trilogy (another one would be how Marty can arrive at the Lone Pine Mall a moment before his trip into the past to run over one of the twin pines). It might be a good idea to separate the paradox question from the rest of the movie about the film. Just my $0.02 worth. McFord 18:05, 9 April 2008 (UTC)

  • Well there is the page paradox where we might be able to expound on this. Hopefully we don't tread into original research too much. -- Riffsyphon1024 06:00, 10 April 2008 (UTC)

Flying circuits

Hi, there is the problem that when the DeLorean was struck by lightning it sent Doc back to 1885. When the 1955 Doc repaired the DeLorean time machine with new parts there is a problem why he didn't repaired the flying circuits? Just tell me where are the flying circuits here? Inside the whitewall tires or a Mr. Fusion generator? Should the film canon be a part of Part III? Let me know about the missing part of flying circuits. ClassicMario95 (talk) 12:15, September 1, 2015 (UTC)

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