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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Jug, Jug, Jug, Jug
When Harry & friends are in Hagrid's hut, a stone falls through the window and breaks a jug. The jug breaks gently in two.
When Harry and Hermione are travelling in time, Hermione throws a stone through the window. The jug then breaks into a million pieces.
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Judge Deadd on 07-07-2004
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Comments:
weirdo writes:
Actually, their aims do have to be exactly the same way because their actions already happened in the past. Hermione had to do it exactly the same way because she already did do it exactly the same way. She couldn't have chosen not to throw that stone thingie because she can't change time. I'm serious. The Time Turner doesn't change time, it makes you able to be in more than one place at the same time.
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ColdFire writes:
Hermione's aim does have to be exactly the same because when Harry and Hermione go back in time, it is supposedly the same time they are in Hagrid's cabin. Therefore, the two stones breaking the jug is the same event and should happen exactly alike.
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freestyler_online writes:
Their aims do have to be the same, as they are replaying what has already happened. The reason we are debating it is because we see both events from a different time period each time. This way-the jug should've broken the same way twice. Which way depends on which moment in time you are looking at.
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SarahJacobsWannabe writes:
They do have to be exactly the same way though, because it's not like their doing the same thing twice, it only happens once but they see it from two different perspectives...
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KeiRa writes:
The aims do not have to be exact. Just because they went back in time, doesn't mean they had to do the things in exactly the same ways.
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