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Five of the Best: Time manipulations

Can I get a rewind?

Clock faces spiral around each other on a yellow background in this illustration.
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Neo said it best in The Matrix when Morpheus leapt irresponsibly off the side of a building onto another one nearby, demonstrating how rules could be bent in a simulation like the Matrix. "Whoa," he said, perfectly encapsulating the complexity of the issue. Later of course, he would go on to dodge bullets in a way he once believed wasn't possible - the bullets moved quickly but he moved quicker. And he could do that because time was under his control.

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