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One of the replies above may address this, but.... It almost seems she was destined to die, no matter what happened. At one point she stumbles at the top of a flight of stairs, only to have Kirk catch her before she falls. She may have died had she fallen then. Its possible that even if she were taken into the future, something would have happened to ...


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I googled the phrase "time travel disaster tourist movie" and the second hit is for https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thrill_Seekers_(film) which seems to match your description.


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Several thoughts come to mind One he traveled into the future then returned to his own present he did not attempt to alter the past so causality does not apply Two his death or lack of death is just not a significant enough event or three the timeline did collapse, the universe the viewers have grown to know and love was unceremoniously destroyed and ...


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Perhaps "A Swiftly Tilting Planet" by Madeleine L'Engle? Charles Wallace is traveling in time with a unicorn, named Gaudior, to try to save the world from a mad dictator who is close to starting a nuclear war. At each point in time where he stops, he gets somehow put into a person in that time, living that person's life but able to somehow influence things....


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The changes to the timeline - past, present and future - were erased when the anomaly ceased to have been (as confirmed by Q). Since the future that Picard had experienced was one where the anomaly existed - which it now won't have - that future has already changed, and Picard is only saying what might have happened, not what definitely will. He is then ...


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The Chronicles of Solace Series, by Roger MacBride Allen This is a series of three novels: The Depths of Time (2000) The Ocean of Years (2002) The Shores of Tomorrow (2003) Wormholes — separated by both space and time — provide the framework for the interstellar travel network. A carefully-regulated combination of instantaneous wormhole jumps, long ...


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(It looks like someone beat me to the punch with this answer while I was writing it! Sorry about that, I'll leave mine here for extra information!) There are a lot of dinosaur cartoons, but from your description you may be referring to the cartoon Dinosaur King which aired between 2007 to 2008, and focused on a trio of kids who each had their own pet ...


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Does the name Dinosaur King ring a bell? It has a group of kids finding a series of tablets in the woods, and it also involves time travel using what are referred to as Element Stones.


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There are (not too surprisingly) a fair number of cartoon shows involving battling dinosaurs. The one that I immediately thought of that involved the good guys having dinosaur pets and using them to fight against the villains' dinos was Dino-Riders. It first ran in 1988, and there was only one season, but it seemed to pop up in reruns a fair amount for ...


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Attack of the Tyrannosaurus by Rex Stone. The Google Books summary says: Tom and Jamie can't believe their luck when they find a secret entrance to a prehistoric world filled with dinosaurs! The first dinosaur they meet is a friendly wannanosaurus. It eats the fruit from super-stinky ginkgo trees. But soon, Tom and Jamie meet a much less friendly dino: ...


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This is The Time Machine, which was released in 2002. A movie of the H.G. Wells book by the same name. From wikipedia: In 1899, Dr. Alexander Hartdegen is an inventor teaching at Columbia University in New York City. Unlike his friend David Philby, Alexander would rather do pure research than work in the world of business. After a mugger kills his ...


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The Time Machine (2002), based on the 1895 book by H. G. Wells and the 1960 movie adaptation. Wikipedia's summary (emphasis mine): After a mugger kills his fiancée, Emma, he devotes himself to building a time machine that will allow him to travel back in time to save her... ...Alexander travels to 2030 to discover whether science has been able to ...


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The first story is "Let's go to Golgotha!" The second is "The hibbie". I don't know about the third you mentioned but number 4 is "Survival". They're all together in a book called "The omnibus of science fiction". You can get a second hand copy from amazon.com


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