What types of human behaviors would be required for traveling back in time to the past to make changes?
For one thing, people who travel in time would likely be perceived as ruthless compared to those who do not travel in time.
People behave in seeming violent and immoral ways for the purpose of saving human civilization. Could such people also believe in an interventionist deity, be members of an organized religion, go to regular religious services in a dedicated place, or actively hold disdain for any other people unlike them with different skin color or different emotional/sexual drives or different creeds? No, of course not!
The traditional United States of America brand of all-white, all-straight model for fictional and heroic characters who save the world or save human civilization are flawed utterly and the stories about them emerge as overflowing with nonsense. Such storytelling is not worthy of being taken seriously.
Only people who are seemingly immoral and who accept the need to sometimes use violent methods can actually save the world or save human civilization. There just is no other way for life to work for us mortals.
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