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'''Ernest Weisman''' was a professor from the University of Vienna who, sometime prior to [[1840]], created the Weisman Theory based on his belief in the existence of another time band running concurrently with his own. Weisman wrote a pamphlet on his theories, which were known to the original [[Quentin Collins (1840)|Quentin Collins]], who cited them after finding himself trapped temporarily in [[Parallel Time]], himself ([[1192]]).
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'''Ernest Weisman''' was a professor from the University of Vienna who, sometime prior to [[1840]], created the Weisman Theory based on his belief in the existence of another time band running concurrently with his own. Weisman wrote a pamphlet on his theories. They were known to the original [[Quentin Collins (1840)|Quentin Collins]], who cited Weisman's ideas after finding himself trapped temporarily in [[Parallel Time]], himself ([[1192]]).

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Ernest Weisman was a professor from the University of Vienna who, sometime prior to 1840, created the Weisman Theory based on his belief in the existence of another time band running concurrently with his own. Weisman wrote a pamphlet on his theories. They were known to the original Quentin Collins, who cited Weisman's ideas after finding himself trapped temporarily in Parallel Time, himself (1192).

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