posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 03:57 PM
Time is relative to the observer. This is what puzzles me about time travel. If time doesn't exist, you can't travel through it.... but I think
maybe there's a mechanism that we don't understand at work here... because in my deep meditation, I got this idea that I now know many people have
gotten, and it's that the whole universe, the whole history of everything up until now, could all be happening instantaneously, as well as the
future, and that the only thing that makes the perception of time passing or having been passed or being passed at some future date is the observer's
individual mind's processing power. How quickly it's able to process this instantaneous movement..... Kind of like a download maybe..... and if THAT
is all true, you could definitely move into the past because it's already been downloaded, and it would be just like reviewing a recording, except it
would be interactive. The problem arises when moving into the future. You can't process info that hasn't even reached your perception (conscious and
unconscious) yet, and if you did find a way (since time is instantaneously all happening at once) which may be possible, would it severely damage your
brain? because that would be an information overload, I think.
But I think maybe some species out there have gotten more in depth into what percetion of movement really is.... We can't say for sure what we're
even dealing with yet, when it comes to what TIME is. It certainly isn't what we know it to be as.