posted on Jul, 27 2019 @ 07:31 AM
a reply to: andy06shake
When I was in college (and periodically ever since) I had a theory about this, that everything really did happen at once.
Picture a series of vertical lines, all evenly spaced. Along each of these lines every permutation of reality exists at some point along the line.
An individual's human existence is a horizontal line (though it doesn't have to be perfectly horizontal) which crosses each one of these lines in a
progressive fashion (this is time). The intersection of the horizontal and vertical lines is that person's reality at that moment in time. A
different horizontal line is another person's existence, and as this different line intersects these same vertical lines, the intersections are their
reality at the moment each line is intersected.
So, in essence, all realities exist at the same time. This might also help explain paranormal events and aberrations, when two horizontal lines cross
each other in between two of the vertical lines, or two horizontal existences are very close in proximity to each other.
It's a bizarre concept, I know, but sometimes I wonder.
edit on 7/27/2019 by Flyingclaydisk because: (no reason given)