The Law of 23.
"Any change, even a change for the better, is always accompanied by drawbacks and discomforts." ~ Arnold Bennett
23.1 The traveler, addressing an entity or consciousness, may not redirect the inception of a technology or knowledge subject unto the subject who instigates it himself prior to the mark.
23.2 The traveler, addressing an entity or consciousness, may not redirect the inception of a technology or knowledge subject to another under the premise of advancing or shifting the balance of the original mark.
23.3 In cases where the mark is not known, the traveler is to observe altercation in his behaviour.
23.4 In cases where the implication of inaction show the undoing of a further fruition of technology or knowledge by another, the traveler is to enact editing within the limits and constraints of section 43.
23.4 In cases where the implication of action prove to be epistemic of the ramifications in future facets, or the retrace of past occurrences.
23.5 Where a traveler is discovered, and the resulting sociological impact undoes.
23.6 Where a traveler distorts an aspect of eventuality due to interference directly or indirectly.
23.7 Where an subject or object directly or indirectly affects the mark.
23.8 By continuing an assignment.
23.9 By accompanying the eventuality of the mark and in doing so altering the mark.
23.10 Subjugating Law 23 in relation to [EXECUTIVECOMMAND] WILL ONLY BE PERMITTED in cases deemed necessary by the [ONLY AVAILABLE CIRCA 2134].