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Did I time travel today?

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posted on Apr, 19 2017 @ 06:25 AM
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a reply to: dragonridr

Incredibly deep to contemplate. In a sense, part of me may have. I dont like to go there so
I don't feel this is the time or place. Maybe later sometime.

I had to do alot of soul searching on if I wanted to continue in my volunteer work (rural FD)

I don't really subscribe to the newer physics out there, multi-verse and such. I don't have an alternative at hand but other than that part of me that changed (died, if you will) that night, Im still alive and kicking. Loving my wife, carving out a life for our family. To me, thats real.

You wouldnt believe how many re-edits I've done to this post. If you're reading this, I got something wrote down.




posted on Apr, 19 2017 @ 07:39 AM
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we will transcend the biological order when we can successfully transfer our consciousness from body to body

much like Ghost in the shell , when humans can transfer consciousness from shell to shell
we have affectively beaten nature



posted on Apr, 19 2017 @ 09:32 AM
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I time travel.... 1 second and 2 beers at a time



posted on Apr, 19 2017 @ 09:40 AM
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time is linear


...Or is it spherical?



posted on Apr, 19 2017 @ 10:04 AM
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a reply to: Outlier13
Your question is based on the assumption that all events are already mapped out in time, and that by somehow adjust your speed of travel on the surface of the earth, you thwarted fate's attempt at maintaining the mapped out events.

No, you did not, because I do not subscribe to the theory that all of life's events are preordained and mapped out for all of us.

What you did was speed up so that you would not have to waste a few minutes at a stop light. Yes, it has the theoretical potential to put things on a different path in life than if you had to sit at the light, but that doesn't mean that you changed the future, it just means that you made a conscious decision that allowed one thing to happen instead of another; in essence, you affected the present moment of everything because of that decision after the choice was made, but there is no future events because the future hasn't happened yet.

This is not time travel, this is known as cause-and-effect.


edit on 19-4-2017 by SlapMonkey because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 19 2017 @ 10:41 AM
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originally posted by: SlapMonkey
a reply to: Outlier13
Your question is based on the assumption that all events are already mapped out in time, and that by somehow adjust your speed of travel on the surface of the earth, you thwarted fate's attempt at maintaining the mapped out events.

No, you did not, because I do not subscribe to the theory that all of life's events are preordained and mapped out for all of us.

What you did was speed up so that you would not have to waste a few minutes at a stop light. Yes, it has the theoretical potential to put things on a different path in life than if you had to sit at the light, but that doesn't mean that you changed the future, it just means that you made a conscious decision that allowed one thing to happen instead of another; in essence, you affected the present moment of everything because of that decision after the choice was made, but there is no future events because the future hasn't happened yet.

This is not time travel, this is known as cause-and-effect.



That's a great point and one where I should clarify my thought process. Let's just visualize 10 different people right now and we are all sharing the exact point in time because well...we are. All 10 of these people all have exactly unique events occurring that are specific to this very point in time we are all participating in. A man in China at this point in time is eating a bowl of rice. A man in Spain at this point in time is singing his national anthem. A man in New York at this point in time is reviewing stock market trades and so on and so on. We all are experiencing this exact point in time but all with very different events.

So if I were able to immediately travel to any of these places I would have covered a large range of physical distance and would in effect be changing my place in the timeline of events at a specific point in time. This by our common definition is time travel which is why I continue to say that our common definition of time travel is somehow off.

Because time travel is only a theory it cannot be proved but can only be disproved. I think that is what my larger stream of consciousness is leading me towards. That time travel cannot exist based upon our current common definition of time travel. We either have to redefine what time travel actually is and if it is even possible.



posted on Apr, 19 2017 @ 11:05 AM
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Easy answer to your question. NO you drove a little faster than you thought is all. And beating a light by speeding up is not time travel either. Jesus Christ, I can't believe what some people think



posted on Apr, 19 2017 @ 11:59 AM
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But what you just said there is different from what you said in your OP: In this reply, you talk about instantaneous travel (which is faster than the speed of light), whereas in your OP, you discuss a mind change that just stops you from doing one event (waiting at a stoplight) in lieu of another (traveling through the stoplight and getting to your destination more quickly).

These are very different scenarios.



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