Grandfather Paradox

Considering the relative strengths of maternal and paternal certitude it really should be called the grandmother paradox.

FYI: Generally (but lifted from Wikipedia) “the grandfather paradox is a paradox of time travel in which inconsistencies emerge through changing the past. The name comes from the paradox’s common description as a person who travels to the past and kills their own grandfather, preventing the existence of their father or mother and therefore their own existence.Any inconsistency in past events may be regarded as a grandfather paradox.”

Considering the relative strengths of maternal and paternal certitude it really should be the grandmother paradox.

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