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  • Original discussion: http://steven-universe.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:832063#84

    Since our ancestors in Steven's earth could have interact with completly different people during the gem war, the possibility of having the same humans becomes almost null, so, the people interacting after the events of the gem war and in the present day are never going to be us, that means, everything they have done in history is completly different to what we have done

    The only reason why Steven have electricity and stuff is because every tecnological discovery is still leading to the same point, they may not have Tesla or Edison but someone completly different who can't exist in our earth figured out how, because it needs to be that way (a random quote from X-men: Days of the future past gives the closest explanation to what is this, but it's definitely not the same)

    This means that all humanity advances and political ideas could be completly different, the randomness of this situation give us infinite possibilities, so, WWI can totally happen, but also be a completly different event, still a war, but the causes and consequences never the same, for example

    In a biological point of view, the "winner sperm" will be a different one, since this biological interaction occurs by randomness, and the moment when it occurs affect what spermatozoon "wins" and etc, so thx to the alien invasion, at least a small number of humans would be different ones from our earth in 4750 b.c, then, centuries later, since the ancestors are not the same, the population on earth is completly different

    So, my conclusion is that, in the history of humanity, the most important factor to advance is social interaction in a population, a simple example of this is when you're day dreaming and think about what if you have said X instead of Y to someone, then, you would have got completly different chain of events by saying X, this is even more complex in a world where humans are dying or are being kidnapped or are being forced to move to another place, the migration of humanity was an important factor during the history of it, so by changing it you are changing a bunch of events, that include every person who was born before and after

    I feel that this theory works great for any alternate universe with changes in its past in comparission to ours

    What do you think about it?

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      Jolmev removed this reply because:
      i included what says here in the main article, also this theory is lonely but pls let it live, i plan to use it for future stuff :B
      03:46, August 21, 2017
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    • Good theory. Well thought.

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    • This is commonly referred to as the "butterfly effect" in English.  One of the big reasons why an event might not occur (such as the World Wars) is because Earth's geography is completely different, though I'm not sure if this purely gem intervention.  Either way, this would affect ancient human migration patterns, which would in turn alter settlements, tribes, and cultures.  Worth noting is the kindergarten in (what would be) North America; I wonder if there were any tribes there at the time of the invasion.

      I think I need to review Buddy's Book.  I'm surprised there isn't more in-universe documentation about the alien invasion, given all the real world Ronaldos out there with their penchants for conspiracies and otherworldly theories.

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    • Femslash-addict wrote:
      This is commonly referred to as the "butterfly effect" in English.  One of the big reasons why an event might not occur (such as the World Wars) is because Earth's geography is completely different, though I'm not sure if this purely gem intervention.  Either way, this would affect ancient human migration patterns, which would in turn alter settlements, tribes, and cultures.  Worth noting is the kindergarten in (what would be) North America; I wonder if there were any tribes there at the time of the invasion.

      I think I need to review Buddy's Book.  I'm surprised there isn't more in-universe documentation about the alien invasion, given all the real world Ronaldos out there with their penchants for conspiracies and otherworldly theories.

      omg THANK YOU!

      I completly forgot about the butterfly effect, actually, if i had remembered about it in the other thread i mentioned, this thread wouldn't exist LOL, that simplifies everything! :DD

      Your explanation is even simplier, so, thank you again! :DD

      Maybe there's some goverment area 51 weird plot about it, who knows :v

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    • Jolmev wrote:
      Femslash-addict wrote:
      This is commonly referred to as the "butterfly effect" in English.  One of the big reasons why an event might not occur (such as the World Wars) is because Earth's geography is completely different, though I'm not sure if this purely gem intervention.  Either way, this would affect ancient human migration patterns, which would in turn alter settlements, tribes, and cultures.  Worth noting is the kindergarten in (what would be) North America; I wonder if there were any tribes there at the time of the invasion.

      I think I need to review Buddy's Book.  I'm surprised there isn't more in-universe documentation about the alien invasion, given all the real world Ronaldos out there with their penchants for conspiracies and otherworldly theories.

      omg THANK YOU!

      I completly forgot about the butterfly effect, actually, if i had remembered about it in the other thread i mentioned, this thread wouldn't exist LOL, that simplifies everything! :DD

      Your explanation is even simplier, so, thank you again! :DD

      Maybe there's some goverment area 51 weird plot about it, who knows :v

      Is it wrong for me to want to see a townie/filler episode devoted to this?  I recently started watching reruns of the X-files, so sue me, haha.

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    • Femslash-addict wrote:
      Jolmev wrote:
      Femslash-addict wrote:
      This is commonly referred to as the "butterfly effect" in English.  One of the big reasons why an event might not occur (such as the World Wars) is because Earth's geography is completely different, though I'm not sure if this purely gem intervention.  Either way, this would affect ancient human migration patterns, which would in turn alter settlements, tribes, and cultures.  Worth noting is the kindergarten in (what would be) North America; I wonder if there were any tribes there at the time of the invasion.

      I think I need to review Buddy's Book.  I'm surprised there isn't more in-universe documentation about the alien invasion, given all the real world Ronaldos out there with their penchants for conspiracies and otherworldly theories.

      omg THANK YOU!

      I completly forgot about the butterfly effect, actually, if i had remembered about it in the other thread i mentioned, this thread wouldn't exist LOL, that simplifies everything! :DD

      Your explanation is even simplier, so, thank you again! :DD

      Maybe there's some goverment area 51 weird plot about it, who knows :v

      Is it wrong for me to want to see a townie/filler episode devoted to this?  I recently started watching reruns of the X-files, so sue me, haha.

      It would be a non-filler townie episode :v

      Townie's episodes aren't bad :T

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