The Time Paradox of 1943 happened when some person stole a pair of SmarT Co. Inc. Industries Time-Hopping Military Undergarments and went back in time to 1943 in alternate timeline X-F03 to solve the Grandfather Paradox once and for all.
The Events Edit
The events of the Time Paradox of 1943 took place from July 2, 2189 to August 1, 1943, although the whole event took a total time of 2 hours. The aftershocks of the event still exist, however, to this day.
The grandfather paradoxEdit
The grandfather paradox is a paradox that dealt with a paradox with time travel. It states:
"Suppose a man traveled back in time and killed his biological grandfather before the latter met the traveler’s grandmother. As a result, one of the traveler’s parents (and by extension, the traveler himself) would never have been conceived. This would imply that he could not have traveled back in time after all, which in turn implies the grandfather would still be alive, and the traveler would have been conceived, allowing him to travel back in time and kill his grandfather. Thus each possibility seems to imply its own negation."
Well, we now know the answer to that question. This was the reason why someone went back in time.
The event itself is more complicated. On July 2, 2189, at 1:00 A.M., an unidentified man with an Antiplasma Rifle broke into the SmarT Co. Inc. Industries Experimental Laboratory stationed at alternate timeline X-F03 broke in and managed to unbelievably get through the 49 guards stationed there at the time. Stealing a pair of the newly released Time-Hopping Military Undergarments, the man hopped back in time to August 1, 1943, in London, England. A troop of Time Police was dispatched immediately and chased after the man through the streets of England. The man managed to throw off the police, and proceeded to find his own Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great Great-Grandfather and kill him. The actual murder was described recorded by a Time Officer Stationed there and was sent out just before the paradox occurred:
"Subject has managed to throw us off the trail. Squad one has been stationed in various parts of town to... Subject has been spotted! [sounds of running.] Hey you! Get back here! [more running sounds] Oh shi[incomprehensible]-He's aiming his Antiplasma rifle at a man! POLICE! FREEZE! [Gunshot] Oh no, I'm-"
Interestingly enough, to cleanse itself of the paradox the man had made, the fabric of Brizospace itself warped and blew a hole the size 3 times that of the Universe of Universe's size in the time-space area around where the paradox happened. It was the only documented Brizoexplosion in history, and it was so powerful it extended into other universes, causing extreme damage. Everyone anywhere near that region died or was horribly disfigured, in cases where they were just on the boundary. Various pieces of information were lost, and what they were, no one knows about, except Albright Einstein, who died before he was born. Immense chunks of Brizonium, the only known naturally occurring element made from brizoparticles, appeared throughout the multiverse and caused extreme health problems.
The Man Edit
Whoever started the event is not known, and as there was no evidence left at the epicenter of the explosion, but there are several pieces of evidence that can help us. 1) The man used an Antiplasma Rifle, and those are primarily Entente weapons. 2) The man lived in alternate timeline as otherwise the paradox would not have happened at all. 3) The man was smart enough that he went back 10 generations to make it harder to figure out exactly whom the man was, or that someone who was smart had masterminded it.
Political Response Edit
SmarT Co. Inc. Industries was immediately enraged, and had desperately wanted to declare war on the Entente. Evidence was insufficient, and therefore, SmarT was not allowed to as ruled by the Multiversal Court. Ever since then, relations between SmarT and the Entente were even more strained than before, and tensions between SmarT and the Multiversal Court became higher.
Some person's statement at court was "no comment". The Coalition's response was, in short: "We've got a chunk of Brizonium the size of Uiopasd in the middle of Capital City, and all you can do is sit around and sue each other?!"