I spent 10 minutes trying to decide if this should go under the philosophy forum or the physics forum, so now i'm here, ready to rant.
For months now, I have expanded my mind rather quickly, I have always been an open minded person, but never like this. It has come to a point where I
sometimes fail to argue against an opposing belief, It is quite annoying, but encouraging at the same time. I use to get angry, when I got called
weird or crazy or whatever i've been called, now I smile, and understand that they do not understand me, nor do i understand them. Which in a way,
has lead me to this crazy theory I've pieced together.
Some of you may have read this short story, either online or through one of the more popular threads on here. With respect to the author of that
thread I will just post the online link because I do not have the link for the thread.
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If you have not read that short story,I highly recommend it. Wonderfully written and quite eye opening.
Anyway, although it may not be fact, I believe it is, or at least to an extent, IMO I think it is a perfect explanation of life and death. Well, to
scramble my brain even more, Last night I took to the theaters to experience Interstellar, Once again, I highly recommend this, especially to you
physic gurus. Now, I really have no experience in physics outside of the two weeks of public school physics and then dropped it because I was a meat
head football player (Still love football, but not the sports industry, thats a different rant), which held me back from learning the amazing science
of physics. Thankfully, with a little help from one of our own, I got a small grasp of it. Thank you kind sir for writing
The weird and Wacky World of Physics: Time, Time Control and the Government.
Back to my insane, enlightening, confusing theory. In the short story, The Egg, A man dies in a car accident and he wakes up in the middle of the
nowhere, with a man, Who is God. He explains how life works, (highly recommend reading the article to get the full grip of what I am trying to say.)
and how our soul works, which implies reincarnation (Point Hinduism) ad he begins to explain how vast and powerful our souls really are, virtually
indestructible. It also goes deeper into reincarnation, how this death wasn't the first one and there have been hundreds more, where our soul could
literally be anywhere in the realm of human history. The logic behind it is that our souls are meant to grow, and with each life and death, the
lessons we are taught in each life benefit to our souls wisdom. What got my brain scrambling was when God told the man that the universe was created
for him, therefore by him. This God he was talking too was indeed himself. Furthermore, it leads to the conclusion that we are all one. It was really
humbling, yet beautiful.
Flash back to last night, Where I sat in a movie theater on the edge of my seat with my jaw almost ajar from my mouth, for three hours which honestly
were not long enough. Becoming the first movie in the history to inspire me to study quantum physics. Ever. If you haven't seen it, I will not spoil
it for you, (Maybe just a tad but thats it I promise.) But it has to do with time. Time is a crazy thing, Especially in space where clocks fail to
exist. More so, Different Galaxies. How i thought of it was like the difference in time between The United States and China, China is 14 hours ahead
of us, In a different galaxy, it may feel like a few minutes but on earth time, it has been 14 years and so on. It makes no sense to me in all
honesty, but I am trying my best to understand it. I'll leave it there because I don't want to ruin the movie but I will say one thing, If 3D isn't
good enough for you, you are in for a wonderful experience.
Now I am going to attempt, attempt, to connect The Egg, Interstellar and my theory all together. If you are still with me, thank you because I am
doing my best to put my thoughts into words. In The Egg, the man faces himself, as a different being, still human like, but powerful beyond measure.
Combine that, with the relativity of Time in Interstellar, where 20+ years on earth could possibly equal mere moments in space. My theory is, and
please do not bash me, for I am not super educated in this stuff but I plan to work my best to learn as much as possible. My theory is, What if the
exact moment we are living in right now, has already happened. I know I see things on the internet about we are never in the current moment for ever
moment is the present becoming the past. But what if, we are living in a moment that, has in fact been predetermined for years, but our current body
that our soul resides in today cannot process how fast time is really moving? Ergo, the reason why Einstein created his Theories of Relativity. While
our beyond powerful soul is so strong, so Godlike that it can literally be in multiple places at once. Which leads me to my (as of right now) final
part of my nonsensical theory, Destiny. Our future soul has mastered everything, plausibly figuring out time travel, defying our laws of physics, to
literally become perfect. So perfect, It can travel back in time and lead us to our destiny. What if our future soul, control everything around us,
controls our emotions, our feelings, for example: Our fears, what if everything we fear is actually our soul, forcing us to face this fear because it
will lead us to where we will eventually be. All the challenges set in place for us that are unknown, will be unknown until we reach that exact moment
of perfection. The moment we become, A God.
If you read all the way through, thank you. I am so thankful for this website because I can, for the most part, say things without being ridiculed by
the brainwashed society we live in.
I know I am probably extremely wrong, but then again, there is that slight chance that I could miraculously be right.
Thank you ATS you are ever so kind,