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If there is no Layla Miller in the house of M story,
How our heroes realised the world is not real?
Wolverine... For whatever reason his mind had 2 neural memory pathways, one from each timeline. Things just didn't add up.
But who is going to believe him?
Or anyone believes, how Logan prove that.
A telepath, most likely emma frost, could prove he was telling the truth if he could convince them to check.
For the same reason people believe conspiracy theories, if the person that speaks has enough charisma, and those who listen are particularly vulnerable for some reason, those people will believe anything.
Our heroes get what they want. So , who the f**k
will think about that ? Excluding wolverine.
Emma Frost, Tangerine, Elizabeth Braddock etc. None of them would take kindly to the idea the timeline might have been manipulated.
Also, one other person could be scanned to verify, Wanda.
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