The Grandfather Paradox is a potential logical problem that would arise if a person were to travel to the past.
The name comes from the idea that if a person travels to a time before their grandfather had children, and kills him, it would make their own birth impossible.
Let’s break it down!
So, ‘The Grandfather Paradox’ suggests that if you travel to the past and kill your ‘Grandfather’, you will never be born. Given that, it suggests that if you aren’t born in the first place, you would never be able to travel to past and kill your Grandfather. And the loop continues!
This is all just horse shit!
Even if you were able to pull it off, you won’t be travelling to the past in your timeline.
You never existed at that instance of time in your history.
When you travel to the past, you will be traveling to an alternate timeline. Given that it’s an alternate reality, whatever you do in there, it won’t affect your reality in any way whatsoever.
Another explanation is:
As Dr. Banner said, “If you travel to the past, that past becomes your future, and your former present becomes the past, which can’t now be changed by your new future.”
In general terms, if you travel back in time and change certain things, they won’t affect the reality you are currently living in.
All you’ll be able to do is, create a branch reality at most.
Time is a loop. An infinite, never-ending loop. No matter how hard you try to change things by traveling back in time, they will still unfold to be exactly how they have to be.
Time exists! Free from any and all the factors that might affect and change it.
There is practically nothing that you can do to change the way things are in your timeline.
Have questions? Ask away!
P.S. Time is an Illusion!