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Identify Short Story Time Slip/Bubble

“The Hour After Westerly” by Robert M. Coates is the only story I have ever read that could match the description of someone “driving down a road, surrounded by farmland, maybe some trees and things. ...
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Sci-Book from the 70's or 80's written from the point of view of Hitler's doctor

I found it! "Through the Eye of Time" (1977) by Trevor Hoyle: "In an alternate universe, Germany, and not the United States, has developed the first atomic bomb - and now, a group of ...
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Sci-Book from the 70's or 80's written from the point of view of Hitler's doctor

I have never read it, but Robert Silverberg's novel Shadrach in the Furnace (1976) is set in the year 2012. Shadrach Mordecai is the personal physician to not Hitler but the future world dictator ...
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Short story where traveller is sent to future into body of future self but turns out he died in the time before he jumps into

I think this is The Last Paradox by Edward D. Hoch published in 1958. I read it in 100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories which was first published in 1978. In this story, a scientist has a ...
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Sci-Book from the 70's or 80's written from the point of view of Hitler's doctor

Sounds similar to a Brian Aldiss short story: "Swastika!", in which a journalist interviews an elderly Adolf Hitler, living in retirement in Belgium under an assumed name.
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In Doctor Who, The Hungry Earth, how did Amy and Rory wave to themselves?

In "The Power of Three", S7, Amy tells the Doctor they think they've been travelling with him for ten years of their lives (not ten years of linear time on Earth but ten years of aging in ...
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Manga where the female lead travels to different dimensions to fix the lives of different side characters

As confirmed in the comments, this is Cheating Men Must Die. One moment oppressing scum yields a moment of satisfaction. Continuously oppressing scum yields continuous satisfaction. Our female main ...
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Looking for sci-fi short story about a time loop

I found it :) The story I was looking for is: "A Little Something for us Tempunauts" by Philip K. Dick. Thanks all!
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Lovecraftian WW2 sci fi novel with three Nazi villains who had wires coming out of their heads, connected to batteries, that gave them their powers

This sounds a lot like Ian Tregillis' trilogy that started with Bitter Seeds and followed with Coldest War and Necessary Evil. Definitely a Lovecraft vibe -- British warlocks fighting Nazi warlocks ...
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Looper: old Joe & wife get a child?

Way late on this but the reason, in my figuring, is that young Joe is getting clean now, in the present of 2044, rather than in the late 2060s. The scene where old Joe explains that they tried for a ...
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Children's book about a girl in a wheelchair who time travels into the past, where she's from

Ghost Hotel by Larry Weinberg Description from goodreads.com: Anna, an adopted child, has always wondered who her real parents are. When Anna and her family check into a strange old hotel, Anna meets ...
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Children’s book about time travel and friends being taken from past time periods

Any ideas when the book was written, or the setting? The juvenile time travel premise bears some resemblance to these early 20-th century books by Elizabeth Nesbit: The House of Arden Five Children ...
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Manhwa with time travel and poisoned chocolates

This may be Crazy Princess Renia. From Anime-Planet: Renia is the princess of the Fontiano Empire. Her happy days were now shattered, after she married Duke Clovis Zenov. “I’m innocent, I swear to ...
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In Star Trek: First Contact, why didn't the Borg go back in time before they entered into Federation space?

I tried to support a previous answer and could not (so submitting an answer). The Borg did not jump back in time earlier, because they didn't expect to lose. Evidence: Have they ever expected to lose? ...
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In Star Trek: First Contact, why didn't the Borg go back in time before they entered into Federation space?

To quote the Borg from First Contact: We are the Borg. Lower your shields and surrender your ships. We will add your biological and technological distinctiveness to our own. Your culture will adapt ...
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In Star Trek: First Contact, why didn't the Borg go back in time before they entered into Federation space?

There aren't really any evidence to support any theory, but when First Contact was released, controlled time travel in universe was rare and usually unstable. Other Borg spheres encountered by ...
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Asian time travel movie about kids who go into a cave and stop ageing

Is it Vanishing Time: A boy who returned? Although I don't recall the earthquake event, the rest of the story seems to fit: A 13-year-old boy named Sung-min and his two friends went missing after ...
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