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#179 - Wed Nov 29, 2017 10:04 PM Time travel and consequences ****  
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After reading hawkings article http://www.hawking.org.uk/space-and-time-warps.html , I theorize:

If time travel is possible in general, the consequences must be that: Any time of the past and future is now. Because you don´t create that certain point of time while travelling, - it must be here already. Time is a dimension like space. Imagine, that the same moment as you are reading this post, a younger version of you is right now doing what you did yesterday or any other time. And the future you as present as well. Like a huge book of which every page is a version of yourself at any other moment.

Imagine, you could talk to yourself at a moment when you were for example meditating or sleeping last time and tell yourself stuff, you did not know back then. Let´s say, you would tell yourself in meditation the winning lotto numbers. Your younger self would win the lottery and with this, change the future so that you never that the idea of finding your younger self. Is the moment, you received the lottery numbers from your older self not existing anymore? If not, then you never won the lottery .. so this does not make sense.
It would be different, if you told your younger self the lottery numbers and tell yourself too, to tell it too your younger self later. Then, there would be this never ending story ..

So what if we had not only space, time but also different versions of what is happening? Lets say you are sitting here right now reading this post. But you are right now taking a shower as well and having sex and working. All at the same time. Does that make sense or are we creating all the possibilities through our mind?

BUT: It could be an explanation, why "mind creates matter" works. Lets say you meditate one hour a day imagining you are driving a new BMW which is yours. If you´re good, your older self and future self and all possibilities work the way through, that this will happen because there is most energy in?

HELP: Who can solve the time travel problem? bigsmile

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#185 - Thu Nov 30, 2017 7:11 AM Re: Time travel and consequences [Re: sanna]  
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https://www.theguardian.com/science/2000/jul/20/technology2

Scientists proved, that light could travel faster than the speed of light itself under certain circumstances. Further wild theories:

if
a) time travel is possible and every moment in the past and future is existent
b) light travels faster than speed of light (sounds crazy)

then it would make sense that:
1. we see "spirits" (ancestors and whoever) as light. In form of orbs and other. They are here. Always.
2. mediums see the past and possible future (as they have some unconcous knowledge how look at it)
3. Our thinking influences light (check out quantum physics - double slit experiment)

Going further and assuming we are light ourselves, we are connected anyways to all there is and was. It would be just the question of how we consciously could work with that.

http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20170215-the-strange-link-between-the-human-mind-and-quantum-physics

What do you think?


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#240 - Tue Dec 05, 2017 10:00 PM Re: Time travel and consequences [Re: sanna]  
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Unfortunately it is bed time so I can't touch on this like I normally would but..

The speed of light is not a limiting factor by any means. Time and space are limiting factors. Time is linear. Space is dimensional. The faster you travel in space the slower you travel in time and visa versa etc etc. But... there are things which travel faster than light. Certain particles...

But more importantly to note, time and space are relative, and all parts of time, past present and future are all connected. Even though we are in the present, the future has already happened just like the past. That isn't to say everything we will do has been done... but. That is to say that the future is directly affected by the past, and the past is also affected by the future. And if you do the math, it is 100% possible to travel back in time. The only reason we cannot, is because the universe is expanding outwards from the center and time is linear. Therefore we follow a linear time pattern. If the universe stopped expanding we could travel in either direction at will. That is the basic idea anyway.

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