Speaking of time-traveling ducks, a duck from the future travels back in time to warn itself of a hunter across the pond. From far away, the hunter noticed the two targets but didn't notice the duck when it was alone. The hunter shoots at them, killing both ducks. However, he wouldn't have shot at them if the duck didn't go back to warn himself and the duck who did that is now dead. This is called the "Pair of Ducks" paradox.
@Dr Sam Beckett, I think the most confusing part of that scenario is how a duck got a time machine
@Dr Sam Beckett, but if he wasn’t killed originally he would have no reason to go back in time to save himself
@Dr Sam Beckett, it's not a paradox if you believe that changing something in the past doesn't change your future reality but instead creates a new one.
@Murder Boner, you just murdered my boner
@Dr Sam Beckett, Did the hunter know one of the Ducks was capable of time travel when he killed them?
@Dr Sam Beckett, how did the original duck warn itself of dying? Did the duck die, then time travel?m Because if it survived the hunter and didn't get killed, it would have no reason to warn itself of the hunter.
@Dr Sam Beckett, I'm still trying to decide if someone came up with it just for the pun "pair of ducks"
A duck from 150 years ago belongs in a museum
@turtleface, If it's alive and asking for lakes, it belongs in a government laboratory
@turtleface, Indy that you?
@jizzgenerator, that’s Dr. Jones to you, doll
@Narcoleptic Pilot, we named the dog “Indiana”!