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What did David mean when he walked up to Jessie and said

We're about to change the world?

Why would David say this? Was this hinting at him being able to rebuild it? If so, that seems a little like a bad idea. Even if they don't remember any of what happened, one of the video cameras has the entire sequence of events on record.

What could he possibly have meant by saying, "We're about to change the world?"

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    It hurts me to read this. Please administer some edits - to shrink this to one meaningful paragraph, and to make it clear what you really want us to answer. – Gallifreyan Dec 26 '16 at 18:15
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    The answer is bad writing. There were at least three alternate endings filmed, not including those that didn't make it out of script/editing. When you hear that, you know that it's going to be a mess. – Valorum Dec 26 '16 at 22:13
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It's left purposely vague, so it's up to the viewer to decide what the line meant.

Even if they don't remember any of what happened, one of the video cameras has the entire sequence of events on record.

That's what I got out of it: presumably David and Chris watched through the tape on the camera to see what happened. They saw basically everything we saw in the movie. To me, that last line meant that they were at least going to tell the rest of the group about what happened. From there, maybe they'd release the footage. Maybe as a movie...?

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An in-universe explanation can be that he said that because of the stuff that they were going to do, like build a frickin' time machine, mess up the timeline and everything that they did in the previous timeline, as it all recorded on the camera of the previous timeline.

An out-universe explanation is as @Valorum told in the comments, that it was bad writing.

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