posted on Mar, 7 2015 @ 02:36 PM
Yeah but I would want the ability to stand outside the timeline to observe and/or participate in history. Once outside you could reenter the timeline
anywhere. Teleport infinite light years with a thought. Be made of indestructible energy so I could bathe in a star, explore a black hole or wander
the universes. Be able to absorb knowledge, skills and abilities from others as well as shape shift to fit in with the target population.
What would it be like to experience being a dinosaur, be at Pompeii, talk to Socrates, watch combat in the Colosseum, live in ancient Athens, spend
time reading in the library of Alexandria, watch Leonardo Da Vinci, be on an 18th century warship or spend time on a Mediterranean trading ship in the
What would it be like to be at the 1914 Christmas truce, be at the Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7, 1941, observe the Trinity test on
July 16, 1945 or be on the Missouri on September 2, 1945 to watch the Japanese surrender.
I guess with this type of immortality you could just step back in time to participate in history as it unfolded. Do it again and again at different
places with different faces.
Experience life and problems as rich, poor, servant and slave, both male and female to get the full nuance of history from each perspective. I think
it might be a hoot to be male and a knight in armor riding into battle.
Watch the birth and death of the our solar system, our galaxy and this universe.