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The Novikov self-consistency principle, also known as the Novikov self-consistency conjecture and Larry Niven's law of conservation of history, is a principle developed by Russian physicist Igor Dmitriyevich Novikov in the mid-1980s. Novikov intended it to solve the problem of paradoxes in time travel, which is theoretically permitted in certain solutions of general relativity that contain what are known as closed timelike curves. The principle asserts that if an event exists that would cause a paradox or any "change" to the past whatsoever, then the probability of that event is zero. It would thus be impossible to create time paradoxes.

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Osnabrück</span> City in Lower Saxony, Germany

Osnabrück is a city in Lower Saxony in western Germany. It is situated on the river Hase in a valley penned between the Wiehen Hills and the northern tip of the Teutoburg Forest. With a population of 168,145 Osnabrück is one of the four largest cities in Lower Saxony. The city is the centrepoint of the Osnabrück Land region as well as the District of Osnabrück.

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The European Union Police Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina (EUPM) was the European Union's mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina that aided the local police organizations, and was one of a number of European Union Police Missions worldwide. It was the first such mission undertaken by the EU within the framework of the Common Foreign and Security Policy. The EUPM was the successor to the United Nations International Police Task Force in Bosnia, whose term ended at the end of 2002.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Szczecin Lagoon</span> Estuary on the Polish-German border

Szczecin Lagoon, also known as Oder Lagoon, and Pomeranian Lagoon, is a lagoon in the Oder estuary, shared by Germany and Poland. It is separated from the Pomeranian Bay of the Baltic Sea by the islands of Usedom and Wolin. The lagoon is subdivided into the Kleines Haff in the West and the Wielki Zalew in the East. An ambiguous historical German name was Frisches Haff, which later exclusively referred to the Vistula Lagoon.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Operation Althea</span> Military operation in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Operation Althea, formally the European Union Force Bosnia and Herzegovina (EUFOR), is a military deployment in Bosnia and Herzegovina to oversee the military implementation of the Dayton Agreement. It is the successor to NATO's SFOR and IFOR. The transition from SFOR to EUFOR was largely a change of name and commanders: 80% of the troops remained in place. It replaced SFOR on 2 December 2004.

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Birgitta Anna Katharina Tolksdorf, who changed her name to Gittanna Tolksdorf, is a German-American actress, best known in the United States for her role on the television soap opera Love of Life, playing Arlene Lovett from 1974 to 1980.

Klaus Tolksdorf is a German legal scholar who served as the eighth President of the Federal Court of Justice of Germany from 2008 to 2014 as well as an ad litem judge of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Reality (Richard Sanderson song)</span> 1980 single by Richard Sanderson

"Reality" is a song by French composer Vladimir Cosma, performed by English singer Richard Sanderson. It was released in 1980 as part of the soundtrack to the popular 1980 French film La Boum, which starred French actress Sophie Marceau. It also served as the theme song to the 2011 Korean film Sunny.

Until recently, most studies on time travel have been based upon classical general relativity. Coming up with a quantum version of time travel requires physicists to figure out the time evolution equations for density states in the presence of closed timelike curves (CTC).

<span class="mw-page-title-main">United Nations Security Council Resolution 1613</span> United Nations resolution adopted in 2005

United Nations Security Council Resolution 1613, adopted unanimously on 26 July 2005, after recalling resolutions 827 (1993), 1166 (1998), 1329 (2000), 1411 (2002), 1431 (2002), 1481 (2003), 1503 (2003), 1534 (2004) and 1597 (2005), the Council forwarded a list of nominees for temporary judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) to the General Assembly for consideration.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Vistula Lagoon</span> Fresh water lagoon on the Baltic Sea

The Vistula Lagoon is a brackish water lagoon on the Baltic Sea roughly 56 miles (90 km) long, 6 to 15 miles wide, and up to 17 feet (5 m) deep, separated from the Gdańsk Bay by the Vistula Spit.

Kleinschmidt is an occupational surname of German origin, which means "small smith", that is, a maker of small forged items and metal hand tools. The name may refer to:

<i>F.E.A.R. (Forgotten, Enslaved, Admired, Released)</i> 2014 studio album by Dawn of Destiny

F.E.A.R. is the fifth studio album by German power metal band Dawn of Destiny, released 7 March 2014. The album is based on a concept story, divided into 4 acts, which focuses on the tragic fate of a young girl. The story tells of a girl who sits in a wheelchair by a car accident caused by her own mother and also lives a tragic life.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Kreis Rastenburg</span>

The district of Rastenburg was a district in East Prussia which existed from 1818 to 1945. Its capital was the town of Rastenburg. Already from 1752 to 1818, there was a Rastenburg district in East Prussia, which, however, encompassed a much larger area.