I have watched this sci-fi thriller Deja Vu almost 10 times and could not get one thing.
Denny (Adam Goldberg) explains to Doug (Denzel Washington) about the machine which was under the workshop that it worked on the principle of Einstein-Rosenberg bridge which made it possible for them to devise an algorithm to look 4 days 6 hours ago into the past.
He further explained that they created instantaneous link between two distinct points using huge amounts of energy; an amount of energy that could black out approx. 50 million homes.
After that they send a piece of note to the Agent Minuti's office. Now, my question is: how could that piece of paper survive the passing through that bridge using such a tremendous amount of energy, let alone Mr. Doug Carlin in the last few minutes of the movie?
OK, he was shown having a seizure after that time travel but seriously, things could have or I should rather say should have been much worse. Isn't it?