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• What is your opinion on the issue of Hermione s use of the Time-Turner in PoA? I keep getting comments about how it aged her. That by using the Time-Turner
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What is your opinion on the issue of Hermione's use of the Time-Turner in PoA?
I keep getting comments about how it 'aged' her. That by using the Time-Turner she was a year older, but I keep thinking and I totally disagree.

Hermione is not an irresponsible fourteen year old - she's fairly responsible. She knows she has to be careful or she will either run into herself while using it, or pass someone who may have just passed her elsewhere in the corridors. She certainly wouldn't use it to have more time in the library - she can't be in the library at the same time as herself.

and even if Muggle Studies, Arithmancy and Ancient Runes are on the same time slots - that's only using it for lesson times. Muggle Studies for example would only require about 3 hours backtracking per week: one regular hour and a Double lesson (although why that course needs a double lesson is beyond me so I figured 2 hours a week. Ancient Runes would have a double lesson and a regular hour lesson so it's 3. But adding up the lesson times I still only get nine days repeated.

There are approximately 38 weeks in a Hogwarts school year.
2 hours backtracking with the T-T a week for Muggle Studies
3 hours a week backtracking with the Time-Turner for Ancient Runes
is 5 hours. possibly add a hour for slipping through the corridors unspotted... repeating 6 hours a week with a Time-Turner is only 9.5 days!
6 x 38 = 228 right?
228 hours divided by 24 to get the number of days = 9.5 days!

So provided she need extra time to revise (a very dangerous thing to do because she can't be seen even by herself) using the Time-Turner for 1 hour a night 38 weeks = 266 days, right?
266 hours divided by 24 is only 9.4 days! if she did two hours a day for revision that's still only 18.8 days!

18.9 days for lessons and one hour of revision backtracking
28.3 days for lessons with two hours of additional hours with T-T

So, I figure she's only added maybe a month to her life?

Were do the other 11 months come in if she's aged a year because of the Time-Turner???

Maria
• I d calculated something similar quite a while back. I figured she d aged at most a couple of weeks or so. Even if she occasionally just used it to catch up on
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I'd calculated something similar quite a while back. I figured she'd aged at most a couple of weeks or so. Even if she occasionally just used it to catch up on sleep, I doubt she'd have aged more than an extra month. Hardly a whole year. Even if she relived each entire day, Monday through Friday, (which would have made her life hellish, trying to stay unseen and trying to remember what conversations she had with whom and when) she'd only have aged an additional six months or so, not a year.

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On 9/23/2013 10:35 PM, beaweasley2 wrote:

What is your opinion on the issue of Hermione's use of the Time-Turner in PoA?
I keep getting comments about how it 'aged' her. That by using the Time-Turner she was a year older, but I keep thinking and I totally disagree.

Hermione is not an irresponsible fourteen year old - she's fairly responsible. She knows she has to be careful or she will either run into herself while using it, or pass someone who may have just passed her elsewhere in the corridors. She certainly wouldn't use it to have more time in the library - she can't be in the library at the same time as herself.

and even if Muggle Studies, Arithmancy and Ancient Runes are on the same time slots - that's only using it for lesson times. Muggle Studies for example would only require about 3 hours backtracking per week: one regular hour and a Double lesson (although why that course needs a double lesson is beyond me so I figured 2 hours a week. Ancient Runes would have a double lesson and a regular hour lesson so it's 3. But adding up the lesson times I still only get nine days repeated.

There are approximately 38 weeks in a Hogwarts school year.
2 hours backtracking with the T-T a week for Muggle Studies
3 hours a week backtracking with the Time-Turner for Ancient Runes
is 5 hours. possibly add a hour for slipping through the corridors unspotted... repeating 6 hours a week with a Time-Turner is only 9.5 days!
6 x 38 = 228 right?
228 hours divided by 24 to get the number of days = 9.5 days!

So provided she need extra time to revise (a very dangerous thing to do because she can't be seen even by herself) using the Time-Turner for 1 hour a night 38 weeks = 266 days, right?
266 hours divided by 24 is only 9.4 days! if she did two hours a day for revision that's still only 18.8 days!

18.9 days for lessons and one hour of revision backtracking
28.3 days for lessons with two hours of additional hours with T-T

So, I figure she's only added maybe a month to her life?

Were do the other 11 months come in if she's aged a year because of the Time-Turner???

Maria

• I was never a big fan of Hermione being a whole year older just because of the Time-Turner.  She is already the oldest out of our three main character s so it
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I was never a big fan of Hermione being a whole year older just because of the Time-Turner.  She is already the oldest out of our three main character's so it does not make sense to make her even older.

Linda

From: beaweasley2 <workingforweekends@...>
To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2013 7:35 PM
Subject: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?
What is your opinion on the issue of Hermione's use of the Time-Turner in PoA?
I keep getting comments about how it 'aged' her. That by using the Time-Turner she was a year older, but I keep thinking and I totally disagree.

Hermione is not an irresponsible fourteen year old - she's fairly responsible. She knows she has to be careful or she will either run into herself while using it, or pass someone who may have just passed her elsewhere in the corridors. She certainly wouldn't use it to have more time in the library - she can't be in the library at the same time as herself.

and even if Muggle Studies, Arithmancy and Ancient Runes are on the same time slots - that's only using it for lesson times. Muggle Studies for example would only require about 3 hours backtracking per week: one regular hour and a Double lesson (although why that course needs a double lesson is beyond me so I figured 2 hours a week. Ancient Runes would have a double lesson and a regular hour lesson so it's 3. But adding up the lesson times I still only get nine days repeated.

There are approximately 38 weeks in a Hogwarts school year.
2 hours backtracking with the T-T a week for Muggle Studies
3 hours a week backtracking with the Time-Turner for Ancient Runes
is 5 hours. possibly add a hour for slipping through the corridors unspotted... repeating 6 hours a week with a Time-Turner is only 9.5 days!
6 x 38 = 228 right?
228 hours divided by 24 to get the number of days = 9.5 days!

So provided she need extra time to revise (a very dangerous thing to do because she can't be seen even by herself) using the Time-Turner for 1 hour a night 38 weeks = 266 days, right?
266 hours divided by 24 is only 9.4 days! if she did two hours a day for revision that's still only 18.8 days!

18.9 days for lessons and one hour of revision backtracking
28.3 days for lessons with two hours of additional hours with T-T

So, I figure she's only added maybe a month to her life?

Were do the other 11 months come in if she's aged a year because of the Time-Turner???

Maria

• I agree, the numbers just don t add up. Hermione was not even at school twelve months, She would have had to live each day two or three times over for that to
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I agree, the numbers just don't add up. Hermione was not even at school twelve months,
She would have had to live each day two or three times over for that to happen.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't recall it being mentioned in canon that using a
Time turner will age one at all.
Michelle    AKA mick42

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Date: 09/24/13 14:26:49
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I was never a big fan of Hermione being a whole year older just because of the Time-Turner.  She is already the oldest out of our three main character's so it does not make sense to make her even older.

Linda

From: beaweasley2 <workingforweekends@...>
To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2013 7:35 PM
Subject: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

What is your opinion on the issue of Hermione's use of the Time-Turner in PoA?
I keep getting comments about how it 'aged' her. That by using the Time-Turner she was a year older, but I keep thinking and I totally disagree.

Hermione is not an irresponsible fourteen year old - she's fairly responsible. She knows she has to be careful or she will either run into herself while using it, or pass someone who may have just passed her elsewhere in the corridors. She certainly wouldn't use it to have more time in the library - she can't be in the library at the same time as herself.

and even if Muggle Studies, Arithmancy and Ancient Runes are on the same time slots - that's only using it for lesson times. Muggle Studies for example would only require about 3 hours backtracking per week: one regular hour and a Double lesson (although why that course needs a double lesson is beyond me so I figured 2 hours a week. Ancient Runes would have a double lesson and a regular hour lesson so it's 3. But adding up the lesson times I still only get nine days repeated.

There are approximately 38 weeks in a Hogwarts school year.
2 hours backtracking with the T-T a week for Muggle Studies
3 hours a week backtracking with the Time-Turner for Ancient Runes
is 5 hours. possibly add a hour for slipping through the corridors unspotted... repeating 6 hours a week with a Time-Turner is only 9.5 days!
6 x 38 = 228 right?
228 hours divided by 24 to get the number of days = 9.5 days!

So provided she need extra time to revise (a very dangerous thing to do because she can't be seen even by herself) using the Time-Turner for 1 hour a night 38 weeks = 266 days, right?
266 hours divided by 24 is only 9.4 days! if she did two hours a day for revision that's still only 18.8 days!

18.9 days for lessons and one hour of revision backtracking
28.3 days for lessons with two hours of additional hours with T-T

So, I figure she's only added maybe a month to her life?

Were do the other 11 months come in if she's aged a year because of the Time-Turner???

Maria

• Okay, I admit, it s from fanfic stories I have been reading.  and I m writing one that used a Time-Turner, Consequences of Meddling With Time. Im the story
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and I'm writing one that used a Time-Turner, Consequences of Meddling With Time. Im the story she makes errant jumps back in time to Severus' sixth year. 3 jumps and has to stay with him for a duration as the Time-Turner cools down: the first she's with him a week, two weeks the second jump and a month during the last one. When she returns to her time, she has to stay hidden for a month to let it cool again before she can use it.

So in total that's 2 months and 3 weeks.  In my mind she's a responsible girl, and doesn't just use it without carefully considering where she is, and how to avoid anyone who might have already seen her. So, arbitrarily using it to repeat days is not likely. She might add a hour or two besides her lesson hours for revision, but that's all.

But I've been asked in reviews about this 'aging' she's done in her third year in a review. How she's 'older' because of 'all the additional time' she'd gained using the Time-Turner. It's not the only time it's been asked.

So I was curious what others people thought?

Maria

From: yvonne phillips <md70@...>
To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2013 10:27 PM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I agree, the numbers just don't add up. Hermione was not even at school twelve months,
She would have had to live each day two or three times over for that to happen.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't recall it being mentioned in canon that using a
Time turner will age one at all.
Michelle    AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 09/24/13 14:26:49
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I was never a big fan of Hermione being a whole year older just because of the Time-Turner.  She is already the oldest out of our three main character's so it does not make sense to make her even older.

Linda

From: beaweasley2 <workingforweekends@...>
To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2013 7:35 PM
Subject: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

What is your opinion on the issue of Hermione's use of the Time-Turner in PoA?
I keep getting comments about how it 'aged' her. That by using the Time-Turner she was a year older, but I keep thinking and I totally disagree.

Hermione is not an irresponsible fourteen year old - she's fairly responsible. She knows she has to be careful or she will either run into herself while using it, or pass someone who may have just passed her elsewhere in the corridors. She certainly wouldn't use it to have more time in the library - she can't be in the library at the same time as herself.

and even if Muggle Studies, Arithmancy and Ancient Runes are on the same time slots - that's only using it for lesson times. Muggle Studies for example would only require about 3 hours backtracking per week: one regular hour and a Double lesson (although why that course needs a double lesson is beyond me so I figured 2 hours a week. Ancient Runes would have a double lesson and a regular hour lesson so it's 3. But adding up the lesson times I still only get nine days repeated.

There are approximately 38 weeks in a Hogwarts school year.
2 hours backtracking with the T-T a week for Muggle Studies
3 hours a week backtracking with the Time-Turner for Ancient Runes
is 5 hours. possibly add a hour for slipping through the corridors unspotted... repeating 6 hours a week with a Time-Turner is only 9.5 days!
6 x 38 = 228 right?
228 hours divided by 24 to get the number of days = 9.5 days!

So provided she need extra time to revise (a very dangerous thing to do because she can't be seen even by herself) using the Time-Turner for 1 hour a night 38 weeks = 266 days, right?
266 hours divided by 24 is only 9.4 days! if she did two hours a day for revision that's still only 18.8 days!

18.9 days for lessons and one hour of revision backtracking
28.3 days for lessons with two hours of additional hours with T-T

So, I figure she's only added maybe a month to her life?

Were do the other 11 months come in if she's aged a year because of the Time-Turner???

Maria

• Sorry I meant no disrespect, I had no idea that a specific story was being discussed , I thought it was a general question. In this case you are the author,
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Sorry I meant no disrespect, I had no idea that a specific story was being discussed , I thought it was a general question. In this case you are the author, and things in your story work the way they do, because you say so end of.

Michelle AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 24/09/2013 4:16:52 PM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

and I'm writing one that used a Time-Turner, Consequences of Meddling With Time. Im the story she makes errant jumps back in time to Severus' sixth year. 3 jumps and has to stay with him for a duration as the Time-Turner cools down: the first she's with him a week, two weeks the second jump and a month during the last one. When she returns to her time, she has to stay hidden for a month to let it cool again before she can use it.

So in total that's 2 months and 3 weeks.  In my mind she's a responsible girl, and doesn't just use it without carefully considering where she is, and how to avoid anyone who might have already seen her. So, arbitrarily using it to repeat days is not likely. She might add a hour or two besides her lesson hours for revision, but that's all.

But I've been asked in reviews about this 'aging' she's done in her third year in a review. How she's 'older' because of 'all the additional time' she'd gained using the Time-Turner. It's not the only time it's been asked.

So I was curious what others people thought?

Maria

From: yvonne phillips <md70@...>
To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2013 10:27 PM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I agree, the numbers just don't add up. Hermione was not even at school twelve months,
She would have had to live each day two or three times over for that to happen.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't recall it being mentioned in canon that using a
Time turner will age one at all.
Michelle    AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 09/24/13 14:26:49
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I was never a big fan of Hermione being a whole year older just because of the Time-Turner.  She is already the oldest out of our three main character's so it does not make sense to make her even older.

Linda

From: beaweasley2 <workingforweekends@...>
To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2013 7:35 PM
Subject: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

What is your opinion on the issue of Hermione's use of the Time-Turner in PoA?
I keep getting comments about how it 'aged' her. That by using the Time-Turner she was a year older, but I keep thinking and I totally disagree.

Hermione is not an irresponsible fourteen year old - she's fairly responsible. She knows she has to be careful or she will either run into herself while using it, or pass someone who may have just passed her elsewhere in the corridors. She certainly wouldn't use it to have more time in the library - she can't be in the library at the same time as herself.

and even if Muggle Studies, Arithmancy and Ancient Runes are on the same time slots - that's only using it for lesson times. Muggle Studies for example would only require about 3 hours backtracking per week: one regular hour and a Double lesson (although why that course needs a double lesson is beyond me so I figured 2 hours a week. Ancient Runes would have a double lesson and a regular hour lesson so it's 3. But adding up the lesson times I still only get nine days repeated.

There are approximately 38 weeks in a Hogwarts school year.
2 hours backtracking with the T-T a week for Muggle Studies
3 hours a week backtracking with the Time-Turner for Ancient Runes
is 5 hours. possibly add a hour for slipping through the corridors unspotted... repeating 6 hours a week with a Time-Turner is only 9.5 days!
6 x 38 = 228 right?
228 hours divided by 24 to get the number of days = 9.5 days!

So provided she need extra time to revise (a very dangerous thing to do because she can't be seen even by herself) using the Time-Turner for 1 hour a night 38 weeks = 266 days, right?
266 hours divided by 24 is only 9.4 days! if she did two hours a day for revision that's still only 18.8 days!

18.9 days for lessons and one hour of revision backtracking
28.3 days for lessons with two hours of additional hours with T-T

So, I figure she's only added maybe a month to her life?

Were do the other 11 months come in if she's aged a year because of the Time-Turner???

Maria

• Hermione aging from time turner use is a trope concocted to make her older for SS/HG, and it started before JKR revealed that she was a year older than the
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Hermione aging from time turner use is a trope concocted to make her older for SS/HG, and it started before JKR revealed that she was a year older than the others.

On Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 11:24 PM, Linda Kobie wrote:

I was never a big fan of Hermione being a whole year older just because of the Time-Turner.  She is already the oldest out of our three main character's so it does not make sense to make her even older.

Linda

From: beaweasley2 <workingforweekends@...>
To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2013 7:35 PM
Subject: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

What is your opinion on the issue of Hermione's use of the Time-Turner in PoA?
I keep getting comments about how it 'aged' her. That by using the Time-Turner she was a year older, but I keep thinking and I totally disagree.

Hermione is not an irresponsible fourteen year old - she's fairly responsible. She knows she has to be careful or she will either run into herself while using it, or pass someone who may have just passed her elsewhere in the corridors. She certainly wouldn't use it to have more time in the library - she can't be in the library at the same time as herself.

and even if Muggle Studies, Arithmancy and Ancient Runes are on the same time slots - that's only using it for lesson times. Muggle Studies for example would only require about 3 hours backtracking per week: one regular hour and a Double lesson (although why that course needs a double lesson is beyond me so I figured 2 hours a week. Ancient Runes would have a double lesson and a regular hour lesson so it's 3. But adding up the lesson times I still only get nine days repeated.

There are approximately 38 weeks in a Hogwarts school year.
2 hours backtracking with the T-T a week for Muggle Studies
3 hours a week backtracking with the Time-Turner for Ancient Runes
is 5 hours. possibly add a hour for slipping through the corridors unspotted... repeating 6 hours a week with a Time-Turner is only 9.5 days!
6 x 38 = 228 right?
228 hours divided by 24 to get the number of days = 9.5 days!

So provided she need extra time to revise (a very dangerous thing to do because she can't be seen even by herself) using the Time-Turner for 1 hour a night 38 weeks = 266 days, right?
266 hours divided by 24 is only 9.4 days! if she did two hours a day for revision that's still only 18.8 days!

18.9 days for lessons and one hour of revision backtracking
28.3 days for lessons with two hours of additional hours with T-T

So, I figure she's only added maybe a month to her life?

Were do the other 11 months come in if she's aged a year because of the Time-Turner???

Maria

• I don t recall canon ever saying anything how using a Time-Turner might age a user, but logic says that living those extra moments would add an equal amount of
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I don't recall canon ever saying anything how using a Time-Turner might age a user, but logic says that living those extra moments would add an equal amount of moments to one's life.

I recently read an article that said Rowling(?) had fairly recently(?) explained more about the use of Time-Timers and while they could only be used to go back for short amounts of time. (I'll have to see if I can find it and determine whether the information actually was from JKR.

The gist was that T-T users not only live the those extra moments I mentioned above, but also the differences between those extra moments and the moments they should be in. The explanation made using one for even a short amount of time seem potentially dangerous and, for me, spectacularly unattractive! Scary, actually.

---In thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com, <thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

I agree, the numbers just don't add up. Hermione was not even at school twelve months,
She would have had to live each day two or three times over for that to happen.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't recall it being mentioned in canon that using a
Time turner will age one at all.
Michelle    AKA mick42

• Gosh, no I didn t feel - no disrespect felt or implied, I m sorry if I came off that way. and no, although I m getting comments, I meant it as a open
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Gosh, no I didn't feel - no disrespect felt or implied, I"m sorry if I came off that way.
and no, although I'm getting comments, I meant it as a open discussion and not particulars. It's just that's where the question originated and I'd been thinking on it for a while.
Me~

From: yvonne phillips <md70@...>
To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, September 24, 2013 12:12 AM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

Sorry I meant no disrespect, I had no idea that a specific story was being discussed , I thought it was a general question. In this case you are the author, and things in your story work the way they do, because you say so end of.

Michelle AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 24/09/2013 4:16:52 PM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

and I'm writing one that used a Time-Turner, Consequences of Meddling With Time. Im the story she makes errant jumps back in time to Severus' sixth year. 3 jumps and has to stay with him for a duration as the Time-Turner cools down: the first she's with him a week, two weeks the second jump and a month during the last one. When she returns to her time, she has to stay hidden for a month to let it cool again before she can use it.

So in total that's 2 months and 3 weeks.  In my mind she's a responsible girl, and doesn't just use it without carefully considering where she is, and how to avoid anyone who might have already seen her. So, arbitrarily using it to repeat days is not likely. She might add a hour or two besides her lesson hours for revision, but that's all.

But I've been asked in reviews about this 'aging' she's done in her third year in a review. How she's 'older' because of 'all the additional time' she'd gained using the Time-Turner. It's not the only time it's been asked.

So I was curious what others people thought?

Maria

From: yvonne phillips <md70@...>
To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2013 10:27 PM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I agree, the numbers just don't add up. Hermione was not even at school twelve months,
She would have had to live each day two or three times over for that to happen.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't recall it being mentioned in canon that using a
Time turner will age one at all.
Michelle    AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 09/24/13 14:26:49
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I was never a big fan of Hermione being a whole year older just because of the Time-Turner.  She is already the oldest out of our three main character's so it does not make sense to make her even older.

Linda

From: beaweasley2 <workingforweekends@...>
To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2013 7:35 PM
Subject: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

What is your opinion on the issue of Hermione's use of the Time-Turner in PoA?
I keep getting comments about how it 'aged' her. That by using the Time-Turner she was a year older, but I keep thinking and I totally disagree.

Hermione is not an irresponsible fourteen year old - she's fairly responsible. She knows she has to be careful or she will either run into herself while using it, or pass someone who may have just passed her elsewhere in the corridors. She certainly wouldn't use it to have more time in the library - she can't be in the library at the same time as herself.

and even if Muggle Studies, Arithmancy and Ancient Runes are on the same time slots - that's only using it for lesson times. Muggle Studies for example would only require about 3 hours backtracking per week: one regular hour and a Double lesson (although why that course needs a double lesson is beyond me so I figured 2 hours a week. Ancient Runes would have a double lesson and a regular hour lesson so it's 3. But adding up the lesson times I still only get nine days repeated.

There are approximately 38 weeks in a Hogwarts school year.
2 hours backtracking with the T-T a week for Muggle Studies
3 hours a week backtracking with the Time-Turner for Ancient Runes
is 5 hours. possibly add a hour for slipping through the corridors unspotted... repeating 6 hours a week with a Time-Turner is only 9.5 days!
6 x 38 = 228 right?
228 hours divided by 24 to get the number of days = 9.5 days!

So provided she need extra time to revise (a very dangerous thing to do because she can't be seen even by herself) using the Time-Turner for 1 hour a night 38 weeks = 266 days, right?
266 hours divided by 24 is only 9.4 days! if she did two hours a day for revision that's still only 18.8 days!

18.9 days for lessons and one hour of revision backtracking
28.3 days for lessons with two hours of additional hours with T-T

So, I figure she's only added maybe a month to her life?

Were do the other 11 months come in if she's aged a year because of the Time-Turner???

Maria

• If it were THAT dangerous and scary, one wonders why it was given to a fourteen year old school girl to play around with unsupervised. ... From:
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If it were THAT dangerous and scary, one wonders why it was given to a fourteen year old school girl to play around with unsupervised.

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Date: 09/25/13 01:05:41
Subject: RE: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I don't recall canon ever saying anything how using a Time-Turner might age a user, but logic says that living those extra moments would add an equal amount of moments to one's life.

I recently read an article that said Rowling(?) had fairly recently(?) explained more about the use of Time-Timers and while they could only be used to go back for short amounts of time. (I'll have to see if I can find it and determine whether the information actually was from JKR.

The gist was that T-T users not only live the those extra moments I mentioned above, but also the differences between those extra moments and the moments they should be in. The explanation made using one for even a short amount of time seem potentially dangerous and, for me, spectacularly unattractive! Scary, actually.

---In thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com, <thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

I agree, the numbers just don't add up. Hermione was not even at school twelve months,
She would have had to live each day two or three times over for that to happen.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't recall it being mentioned in canon that using a
Time turner will age one at all.
Michelle    AKA mick42

• I wondered, too, after reading the explanation. ---In thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com, wrote: If it were THAT dangerous
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I wondered, too, after reading the explanation.

---In thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com, <thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

If it were THAT dangerous and scary, one wonders why it was given to a fourteen year old school girl to play around with unsupervised.

• I suppose it s like all time travel devices, it works the way it works to move the story along, In an episode of Dr Who, the Dr takes Rose back to witness her
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I suppose it's like all time travel devices, it works the way it works to move the story along,
In an episode of Dr Who, the Dr takes Rose back to witness her fathers death,
She then sees herself as a baby, despite the fact that it is not supposed to be possible
To cross your own tine line, I.e. meet yourself. As for Hitch-Hikers Guide to the Galaxy,
Don't even try to work it out, it will give you a nose bleed.
Michelle AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 09/26/13 09:20:39
Subject: RE: RE: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I wondered, too, after reading the explanation.

---In thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com, <thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

If it were THAT dangerous and scary, one wonders why it was given to a fourteen year old school girl to play around with unsupervised.

• But seeing herself as a baby, and then touching her baby-self, is what causes the disaster. It s not that it s utterly impossible to cross your own timeline in
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But seeing herself as a baby, and then touching her baby-self, is what causes the disaster. It's not that it's utterly impossible to cross your own timeline in Doctor Who (they've done it plenty of times, like in the multi-Doctor episodes, and there's always someone who is distressed by breaking this law of time), but it is against the law because it can have disastrous consequences. They also fudge exactly what the limitations are and what the consequences are in Doctor Who, so your observation that "it works the way it works to move the story along" is very accurate, I think.

BTW, anyone who hasn't read Stephen King's 11/22/63, I really recommend it if you like time travel stories, especially ones with romance!

~*~*~*~*~
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On 9/25/2013 10:10 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:

I suppose it's like all time travel devices, it works the way it works to move the story along,
In an episode of Dr Who, the Dr takes Rose back to witness her fathers death,
She then sees herself as a baby, despite the fact that it is not supposed to be possible
To cross your own tine line, I.e. meet yourself. As for Hitch-Hikers Guide to the Galaxy,
Don't even try to work it out, it will give you a nose bleed.
Michelle AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 09/26/13 09:20:39
Subject: RE: RE: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I wondered, too, after reading the explanation.

---In thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com, <thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

If it were THAT dangerous and scary, one wonders why it was given to a fourteen year old school girl to play around with unsupervised.

• It was Rose saving her Fathers life that caused the rift in time, that s why they had to take shelter from those creepy dragon/ harpy creatures in the church
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It was Rose saving her Fathers life that caused the rift in time, that's why they had to
take shelter from those creepy dragon/ harpy creatures in the church where Rose was to be was about to be christened. Dr Who does bend every rule until it begs for mercy. That's why it's lasted so long, and is so loved by so many I guess time really is "a ball of wibbly-wobbley, timey-wimey ... Stuff" that we don't quite understand, but can have a lot of fun
trying to figure out.
Michelle AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 26/09/2013 1:03:34 PM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

But seeing herself as a baby, and then touching her baby-self, is what causes the disaster. It's not that it's utterly impossible to cross your own timeline in Doctor Who (they've done it plenty of times, like in the multi-Doctor episodes, and there's always someone who is distressed by breaking this law of time), but it is against the law because it can have disastrous consequences. They also fudge exactly what the limitations are and what the consequences are in Doctor Who, so your observation that "it works the way it works to move the story along" is very accurate, I think.

BTW, anyone who hasn't read Stephen King's 11/22/63, I really recommend it if you like time travel stories, especially ones with romance!

~*~*~*~*~
The hub for my Harry Potter fanfiction

On 9/25/2013 10:10 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:

I suppose it's like all time travel devices, it works the way it works to move the story along,
In an episode of Dr Who, the Dr takes Rose back to witness her fathers death,
She then sees herself as a baby, despite the fact that it is not supposed to be possible
To cross your own tine line, I.e. meet yourself. As for Hitch-Hikers Guide to the Galaxy,
Don't even try to work it out, it will give you a nose bleed.
Michelle AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 09/26/13 09:20:39
Subject: RE: RE: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I wondered, too, after reading the explanation.

---In thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com, <thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

If it were THAT dangerous and scary, one wonders why it was given to a fourteen year old school girl to play around with unsupervised.

• Yes, that s how the rift was initially created, but then when they re all in the church -- and trying to seek cover from the flying beasties -- Rose holds
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Yes, that's how the rift was initially created, but then when they're all in the church -- and trying to seek cover from the flying beasties -- Rose holds baby!Rose, and the situation gets much worse. I haven't seen it in several years, but I remember that scene in the church pretty vividly. Of course, memory is a very unreliable method of time travel! So my memory may have built up the event, but I'm pretty sure that's what happened.

I adore wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff! :-)

~*~*~*~*~
The hub for my Harry Potter fanfiction

On 9/25/2013 11:35 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:

It was Rose saving her Fathers life that caused the rift in time, that's why they had to
take shelter from those creepy dragon/ harpy creatures in the church where Rose was to be was about to be christened. Dr Who does bend every rule until it begs for mercy. That's why it's lasted so long, and is so loved by so many I guess time really is "a ball of wibbly-wobbley, timey-wimey ... Stuff" that we don't quite understand, but can have a lot of fun
trying to figure out.
Michelle AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 26/09/2013 1:03:34 PM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

But seeing herself as a baby, and then touching her baby-self, is what causes the disaster. It's not that it's utterly impossible to cross your own timeline in Doctor Who (they've done it plenty of times, like in the multi-Doctor episodes, and there's always someone who is distressed by breaking this law of time), but it is against the law because it can have disastrous consequences. They also fudge exactly what the limitations are and what the consequences are in Doctor Who, so your observation that "it works the way it works to move the story along" is very accurate, I think.

BTW, anyone who hasn't read Stephen King's 11/22/63, I really recommend it if you like time travel stories, especially ones with romance!

~*~*~*~*~
The hub for my Harry Potter fanfiction

On 9/25/2013 10:10 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:

I suppose it's like all time travel devices, it works the way it works to move the story along,
In an episode of Dr Who, the Dr takes Rose back to witness her fathers death,
She then sees herself as a baby, despite the fact that it is not supposed to be possible
To cross your own tine line, I.e. meet yourself. As for Hitch-Hikers Guide to the Galaxy,
Don't even try to work it out, it will give you a nose bleed.
Michelle AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 09/26/13 09:20:39
Subject: RE: RE: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I wondered, too, after reading the explanation.

---In thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com, <thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

If it were THAT dangerous and scary, one wonders why it was given to a fourteen year old school girl to play around with unsupervised.

• So do I, I ve been watching since the first Dr and Susan took off in the TARDIS. Rose picking up baby Rose just made the situation worse, I think it s just two
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So do I, I've been watching since the first Dr and Susan took off in the TARDIS.
Rose picking up baby Rose just made the situation worse, I think it's just two different
points of view,if you think about it too much you will get a headache.
Michelle AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 26/09/2013 1:41:49 PM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

Yes, that's how the rift was initially created, but then when they're all in the church -- and trying to seek cover from the flying beasties -- Rose holds baby!Rose, and the situation gets much worse. I haven't seen it in several years, but I remember that scene in the church pretty vividly. Of course, memory is a very unreliable method of time travel! So my memory may have built up the event, but I'm pretty sure that's what happened.

I adore wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff! :-)

~*~*~*~*~
The hub for my Harry Potter fanfiction

On 9/25/2013 11:35 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:

It was Rose saving her Fathers life that caused the rift in time, that's why they had to
take shelter from those creepy dragon/ harpy creatures in the church where Rose was to be was about to be christened. Dr Who does bend every rule until it begs for mercy. That's why it's lasted so long, and is so loved by so many I guess time really is "a ball of wibbly-wobbley, timey-wimey ... Stuff" that we don't quite understand, but can have a lot of fun
trying to figure out.
Michelle AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 26/09/2013 1:03:34 PM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

But seeing herself as a baby, and then touching her baby-self, is what causes the disaster. It's not that it's utterly impossible to cross your own timeline in Doctor Who (they've done it plenty of times, like in the multi-Doctor episodes, and there's always someone who is distressed by breaking this law of time), but it is against the law because it can have disastrous consequences. They also fudge exactly what the limitations are and what the consequences are in Doctor Who, so your observation that "it works the way it works to move the story along" is very accurate, I think.

BTW, anyone who hasn't read Stephen King's 11/22/63, I really recommend it if you like time travel stories, especially ones with romance!

~*~*~*~*~
The hub for my Harry Potter fanfiction

On 9/25/2013 10:10 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:

I suppose it's like all time travel devices, it works the way it works to move the story along,
In an episode of Dr Who, the Dr takes Rose back to witness her fathers death,
She then sees herself as a baby, despite the fact that it is not supposed to be possible
To cross your own tine line, I.e. meet yourself. As for Hitch-Hikers Guide to the Galaxy,
Don't even try to work it out, it will give you a nose bleed.
Michelle AKA mick42

-------Original Message-------

Date: 09/26/13 09:20:39
Subject: RE: RE: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I wondered, too, after reading the explanation.

---In thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com, <thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

If it were THAT dangerous and scary, one wonders why it was given to a fourteen year old school girl to play around with unsupervised.

• I already have a headache, so I m trying not to think about it! lol! ... -- *MMADfan s Blog & Fanfic Site* *the hub for my Harry Potter
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On 26/09/2013, yvonne phillips <md70@...> wrote:
> So do I, I've been watching since the first Dr and Susan took off in the
> TARDIS.
> Rose picking up baby Rose just made the situation worse, I think it's just
> two different
> points of view,if you think about it too much you will get a headache.
>
> Michelle AKA mick42
>
>
>
>
> -------Original Message-------
>
> Date: 26/09/2013 1:41:49 PM
> To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?
>
> Yes, that's how the rift was initially created, but then when they're all
> in
> the church -- and trying to seek cover from the flying beasties -- Rose
> holds baby!Rose, and the situation gets much worse. I haven't seen it in
> several years, but I remember that scene in the church pretty vividly. Of
> course, memory is a very unreliable method of time travel! So my memory may
> have built up the event, but I'm pretty sure that's what happened.
>
> I adore wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff! :-)
>
>
>
> ~*~*~*~*~
> The hub for my Harry Potter fanfiction
>
>
> On 9/25/2013 11:35 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:
>
>
> It was Rose saving her Fathers life that caused the rift in time, that's
> why
> take shelter from those creepy dragon/ harpy creatures in the church where
> Rose was to be was about to be christened. Dr Who does bend every rule
> until
> it begs for mercy. That's why it's lasted so long, and is so loved by so
> many I guess time really is "a ball of wibbly-wobbley, timey-wimey ...
> Stuff
> that we don't quite understand, but can have a lot of fun
> trying to figure out.
> Michelle AKA mick42
>
>
>
>
> -------Original Message-------
>
> Date: 26/09/2013 1:03:34 PM
> To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?
>
> But seeing herself as a baby, and then touching her baby-self, is what
> causes the disaster. It's not that it's utterly impossible to cross your
> own
> timeline in Doctor Who (they've done it plenty of times, like in the
> multi-Doctor episodes, and there's always someone who is distressed by
> breaking this law of time), but it is against the law because it can have
> disastrous consequences. They also fudge exactly what the limitations are
> and what the consequences are in Doctor Who, so your observation that "it
> works the way it works to move the story along" is very accurate, I think.
>
> BTW, anyone who hasn't read Stephen King's 11/22/63, I really recommend it
> if you like time travel stories, especially ones with romance!
>
>
>
> ~*~*~*~*~
> The hub for my Harry Potter fanfiction
>
>
> On 9/25/2013 10:10 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:
>
>
> I suppose it's like all time travel devices, it works the way it works to
> move the story along,
> In an episode of Dr Who, the Dr takes Rose back to witness her fathers
> death
>
> She then sees herself as a baby, despite the fact that it is not supposed
> to be possible
> To cross your own tine line, I.e. meet yourself. As for Hitch-Hikers Guide
> to the Galaxy,
> Don't even try to work it out, it will give you a nose bleed.
> Michelle
> AKA mick42
>
>
>
>
> -------Original Message-------
>
> From: olibeara@...
> Date: 09/26/13 09:20:39
> To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: RE: RE: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?
>
>
> I wondered, too, after reading the explanation.
>
>
> ---In thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com, <thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups
> com> wrote:
>
> If it were THAT dangerous and scary, one wonders why it was given to a
> fourteen year old school girl to play around with unsupervised.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
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• Last night I watched The Girl That Waited episode with Matt Smith, AKA as Fish Custard to fans, and even The Dr can t get the timing right, so what do we
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Last night I watched  The Girl That Waited episode with Matt Smith, AKA as "Fish Custard" to fans, and even The Dr can't get the timing right, so what do we have LOL.
I'm going to start reading "Consequences of Meddling with Time" today, so that should
Keep me out of mischief for a while.

-------Original Message-------

Date: 27/09/2013 12:41:22 AM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

On 26/09/2013, yvonne phillips <md70@...> wrote:
> So do I, I've been watching since the first Dr and Susan took off in the
> TARDIS.
> Rose picking up baby Rose just made the situation worse, I think it's just
> two different
> points of view,if you think about it too much you will get a headache.
>
> Michelle AKA mick42
>
>
>
>
> -------Original Message-------
>
> Date: 26/09/2013 1:41:49 PM
> To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?
>
> Yes, that's how the rift was initially created, but then when they're all
> in
> the church -- and trying to seek cover from the flying beasties -- Rose
> holds baby!Rose, and the situation gets much worse. I haven't seen it in
> several years, but I remember that scene in the church pretty vividly. Of
> course, memory is a very unreliable method of time travel! So my memory may
> have built up the event, but I'm pretty sure that's what happened.
>
> I adore wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff! :-)
>
>
>
> ~*~*~*~*~
> The hub for my Harry Potter fanfiction
>
>
> On 9/25/2013 11:35 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:
>
>
> It was Rose saving her Fathers life that caused the rift in time, that's
> why
> take shelter from those creepy dragon/ harpy creatures in the church where
> Rose was to be was about to be christened. Dr Who does bend every rule
> until
> it begs for mercy. That's why it's lasted so long, and is so loved by so
> many I guess time really is "a ball of wibbly-wobbley, timey-wimey ...
> Stuff
> that we don't quite understand, but can have a lot of fun
> trying to figure out.
> Michelle AKA mick42
>
>
>
>
> -------Original Message-------
>
> Date: 26/09/2013 1:03:34 PM
> To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?
>
> But seeing herself as a baby, and then touching her baby-self, is what
> causes the disaster. It's not that it's utterly impossible to cross your
> own
> timeline in Doctor Who (they've done it plenty of times, like in the
> multi-Doctor episodes, and there's always someone who is distressed by
> breaking this law of time), but it is against the law because it can have
> disastrous consequences. They also fudge exactly what the limitations are
> and what the consequences are in Doctor Who, so your observation that "it
> works the way it works to move the story along" is very accurate, I think.
>
> BTW, anyone who hasn't read Stephen King's 11/22/63, I really recommend it
> if you like time travel stories, especially ones with romance!
>
>
>
> ~*~*~*~*~
> The hub for my Harry Potter fanfiction
>
>
> On 9/25/2013 10:10 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:
>
>
> I suppose it's like all time travel devices, it works the way it works to
> move the story along,
> In an episode of Dr Who, the Dr takes Rose back to witness her fathers
> death
>
> She then sees herself as a baby, despite the fact that it is not supposed
> to be possible
> To cross your own tine line, I.e. meet yourself. As for Hitch-Hikers Guide
> to the Galaxy,
> Don't even try to work it out, it will give you a nose bleed.
> Michelle
> AKA mick42
>
>
>
>
> -------Original Message-------
>
> From: olibeara@...
> Date: 09/26/13 09:20:39
> To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: RE: RE: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?
>
>
> I wondered, too, after reading the explanation.
>
>
> ---In thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com, <thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups
> com> wrote:
>
> If it were THAT dangerous and scary, one wonders why it was given to a
> fourteen year old school girl to play around with unsupervised.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
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>
>
>
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I'm flattered. I truly hope you enjoy it.

Maria

From: yvonne phillips <md70@...>
To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, September 26, 2013 9:50 PM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

Last night I watched  The Girl That Waited episode with Matt Smith, AKA as "Fish Custard" to fans, and even The Dr can't get the timing right, so what do we have LOL.
I'm going to start reading "Consequences of Meddling with Time" today, so that should
Keep me out of mischief for a while.

-------Original Message-------

Date: 27/09/2013 12:41:22 AM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

On 26/09/2013, yvonne phillips <md70@...> wrote:
> So do I, I've been watching since the first Dr and Susan took off in the
> TARDIS.
> Rose picking up baby Rose just made the situation worse, I think it's just
> two different
> points of view,if you think about it too much you will get a headache.
>
> Michelle AKA mick42
>
>
>
>
> -------Original Message-------
>
> Date: 26/09/2013 1:41:49 PM
> To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?
>
> Yes, that's how the rift was initially created, but then when they're all
> in
> the church -- and trying to seek cover from the flying beasties -- Rose
> holds baby!Rose, and the situation gets much worse. I haven't seen it in
> several years, but I remember that scene in the church pretty vividly. Of
> course, memory is a very unreliable method of time travel! So my memory may
> have built up the event, but I'm pretty sure that's what happened.
>
> I adore wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff! :-)
>
>
>
> ~*~*~*~*~
> The hub for my Harry Potter fanfiction
>
>
> On 9/25/2013 11:35 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:
>
>
> It was Rose saving her Fathers life that caused the rift in time, that's
> why
> take shelter from those creepy dragon/ harpy creatures in the church where
> Rose was to be was about to be christened. Dr Who does bend every rule
> until
> it begs for mercy. That's why it's lasted so long, and is so loved by so
> many I guess time really is "a ball of wibbly-wobbley, timey-wimey ...
> Stuff
> that we don't quite understand, but can have a lot of fun
> trying to figure out.
> Michelle AKA mick42
>
>
>
>
> -------Original Message-------
>
> Date: 26/09/2013 1:03:34 PM
> To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?
>
> But seeing herself as a baby, and then touching her baby-self, is what
> causes the disaster. It's not that it's utterly impossible to cross your
> own
> timeline in Doctor Who (they've done it plenty of times, like in the
> multi-Doctor episodes, and there's always someone who is distressed by
> breaking this law of time), but it is against the law because it can have
> disastrous consequences. They also fudge exactly what the limitations are
> and what the consequences are in Doctor Who, so your observation that "it
> works the way it works to move the story along" is very accurate, I think.
>
> BTW, anyone who hasn't read Stephen King's 11/22/63, I really recommend it
> if you like time travel stories, especially ones with romance!
>
>
>
> ~*~*~*~*~
> The hub for my Harry Potter fanfiction
>
>
> On 9/25/2013 10:10 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:
>
>
> I suppose it's like all time travel devices, it works the way it works to
> move the story along,
> In an episode of Dr Who, the Dr takes Rose back to witness her fathers
> death
>
> She then sees herself as a baby, despite the fact that it is not supposed
> to be possible
> To cross your own tine line, I.e. meet yourself. As for Hitch-Hikers Guide
> to the Galaxy,
> Don't even try to work it out, it will give you a nose bleed.
> Michelle
> AKA mick42
>
>
>
>
> -------Original Message-------
>
> From: olibeara@...
> Date: 09/26/13 09:20:39
> To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: RE: RE: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?
>
>
> I wondered, too, after reading the explanation.
>
>
> ---In thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com, <thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups
> com> wrote:
>
> If it were THAT dangerous and scary, one wonders why it was given to a
> fourteen year old school girl to play around with unsupervised.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
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Date: 27/09/2013 2:55:01 PM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

I'm flattered. I truly hope you enjoy it.

Maria

From: yvonne phillips <md70@...>
To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, September 26, 2013 9:50 PM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

Last night I watched  The Girl That Waited episode with Matt Smith, AKA as "Fish Custard" to fans, and even The Dr can't get the timing right, so what do we have LOL.
I'm going to start reading "Consequences of Meddling with Time" today, so that should
Keep me out of mischief for a while.

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Date: 27/09/2013 12:41:22 AM
Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?

On 26/09/2013, yvonne phillips <md70@...> wrote:
> So do I, I've been watching since the first Dr and Susan took off in the
> TARDIS.
> Rose picking up baby Rose just made the situation worse, I think it's just
> two different
> points of view,if you think about it too much you will get a headache.
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> Michelle AKA mick42
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> Date: 26/09/2013 1:41:49 PM
> To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?
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> Yes, that's how the rift was initially created, but then when they're all
> in
> the church -- and trying to seek cover from the flying beasties -- Rose
> holds baby!Rose, and the situation gets much worse. I haven't seen it in
> several years, but I remember that scene in the church pretty vividly. Of
> course, memory is a very unreliable method of time travel! So my memory may
> have built up the event, but I'm pretty sure that's what happened.
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> I adore wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff! :-)
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> ~*~*~*~*~
> The hub for my Harry Potter fanfiction
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> On 9/25/2013 11:35 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:
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> It was Rose saving her Fathers life that caused the rift in time, that's
> why
> take shelter from those creepy dragon/ harpy creatures in the church where
> Rose was to be was about to be christened. Dr Who does bend every rule
> until
> it begs for mercy. That's why it's lasted so long, and is so loved by so
> many I guess time really is "a ball of wibbly-wobbley, timey-wimey ...
> Stuff
> that we don't quite understand, but can have a lot of fun
> trying to figure out.
> Michelle AKA mick42
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> Date: 26/09/2013 1:03:34 PM
> To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?
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> But seeing herself as a baby, and then touching her baby-self, is what
> causes the disaster. It's not that it's utterly impossible to cross your
> own
> timeline in Doctor Who (they've done it plenty of times, like in the
> multi-Doctor episodes, and there's always someone who is distressed by
> breaking this law of time), but it is against the law because it can have
> disastrous consequences. They also fudge exactly what the limitations are
> and what the consequences are in Doctor Who, so your observation that "it
> works the way it works to move the story along" is very accurate, I think.
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> BTW, anyone who hasn't read Stephen King's 11/22/63, I really recommend it
> if you like time travel stories, especially ones with romance!
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> ~*~*~*~*~
> The hub for my Harry Potter fanfiction
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> On 9/25/2013 10:10 PM, yvonne phillips wrote:
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> I suppose it's like all time travel devices, it works the way it works to
> move the story along,
> In an episode of Dr Who, the Dr takes Rose back to witness her fathers
> death
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> She then sees herself as a baby, despite the fact that it is not supposed
> to be possible
> To cross your own tine line, I.e. meet yourself. As for Hitch-Hikers Guide
> to the Galaxy,
> Don't even try to work it out, it will give you a nose bleed.
> Michelle
> AKA mick42
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> From: olibeara@...
> Date: 09/26/13 09:20:39
> To: thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: RE: RE: Re: [yahoo: thepetulantpoetess] How much time was it?
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> I wondered, too, after reading the explanation.
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> ---In thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups.com, <thepetulantpoetess@yahoogroups
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> If it were THAT dangerous and scary, one wonders why it was given to a
> fourteen year old school girl to play around with unsupervised.
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