Cody: True, nothing is set in stone, thus creating the possibility of anything can happen as so you've said. But if we stop thinking about those things, are you suggesting that they might actually happen?
Bar: indeed, I am because the chance is unknown at the moment but to not think is highly improbable for one to do.there's no telling what may happen. But if we dontbthink we will hence have no memory of it happening, will we not? For we will not really thing to do so we will nitvthink to remember.
Cody: Understandable, if we do not think about these things, we won't have no memory of it happening. But what if it actually happens, and us, discarding that memory, not knowing how to solve the situation.
Bar: the 21st to find out that is by performing the experiment and if it comes true. Have one not so not and observe you to take results and ty to pull you back in the end. They will be the eyes of it.
Cody: Yes, but if we attempt to forget everything, and already so far we have come in the experiments, we would be losing all the data we have collected over the years. Thus, leaving us unprepared, and vulnerable.