posted on Apr, 3 2008 @ 09:48 AM
Originally posted by Choronzon
My question is do you think its possible that he intentionally skewed the timeline for his predictions to prevent him from interfering? Sort of like
a preventative measure?
First, I would think that a timewalker would have spawned a new (unique) time-line just by suddenly being there this
time (as opposed to not
time). It is a given that some things will and must be different on this newly spawned time-line than the last, simply because the
equation has been changed by the addition of an unexpected new variable.
Secondly, just mentioning a thing that is likely to happen can change or prevent that thing from happening. I could say you would be run over by a
bus tomorrow, but if you heed that warning and stayed home tomorrow, it wouldn't happen and I would have been wrong, unlike like the first time
when it did happen but I wasn't there to tell you.
Thirdly, sometimes mentioning a thing will happen can make it happen too. The power of suggestion can be a very persuading force. Sometimes an
instigating measure may be called for. (I.E. maybe to save the future Earth from ecological collapse, an economic collapse is necessary in the