Fluxes were individuals transposed backwards through time, but not too far, using a chaotic limiter and held to their home period with a stream of biodata. The subject was turned loose in their own history and the limiter setting allowed tiny actions taken by the future version to have considerable effects on the past version. The biodata link then transfered these changes to the future version, which altered it, and thus altered the changes made to the past version. Therefore, the individual’s history was kept in a constant state of flux. At least, that was the theory. Typically, fluxes only lasted two or three cycles before one of two fates befell them: either the process stabilised (typically when the future version died) or it accelerated itself into oblivion (typically when the past version died). (PROSE: Fluxes)

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