posted on Apr, 3 2005 @ 10:01 AM
Although we all know about time being relative with regards to motion, I also believe that time is relative in a psychological way too. What you may
regard as present for yourself is probably other people's past or their future since their "time" has not reached that event yet. I don't know if
I sound confusing, but to make it clear let me explain.
Compare a husband and wife for a day. The husband has a real slow day at the office, and the wife is out shopping in a big shopping centre. She is
enjoying herself so much that time just flies for her. The husband, on the other hand, checks his watch every hour or so, and finds time going really
slow. When the wife checks her watch, its 5pm, she cant believe how fast time went and she realises she has to go home. The husband, after a slow
boring day, is finally happy that its 5pm, and goes home to meet the wife at 5.30.
Now here is where my theory comes to play. When the wife comes home and meets her husband, I believe that each is in their own relative frame of time.
For the wife, she feels she is in the present and she is actually with her "future" husband whose "present" time may still be 10 or 11am in the
morning. And for the husband, when his "present" time finally comes at 5.30pm, he is actually with the "past" of his wife.
I am trying to explain that no two "present" simultanous times are actually in the same reference.
Anyway, I hope I make sense with that analogy. Anybody agree with it?