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- noun uncountable The paradox of
time travelin which objects or pieces of information are never literally created, because their existence begins by arriving from the futureand ends by going to the pastto become themselves.
- noun countable An instance of the bootstrap paradox.
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Compare bootstrap, pull oneself up by one's bootstraps, etc.
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