posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 02:20 AM
First of all, my hat is off to you on a wonderfully written tale. It reads like an "edge-of-the-seat-thriller". I could see such a story made into a
"Twilight Zone"-type of show episode, or maybe even a movie.
Secondly, of course your story is 100% fiction. I will tell you and everyone else here why. My next statement will likely get many rocks thrown my
way, but so be it. NOBODY KNOWS THE FUTURE. PERIOD. Oh, sure, people can claim to know the future and make predictions, but they are merely guesses,
educated or otherwise. Some may even come true. Hey, even a stopped clock is right twice a day, but absolutely nobody can KNOW the future in specific
KNOWING the future would create the same paradox as time travel. In time travel, you could go back to a short time before you were born and kill your
mother. How is it then you exist if your mother wasn't alive to give birth to you?
Similarly with "knowing" the future, if you "knew" you were going to get in a car accident the next day, would you get into a car? Of course not
and then the future that you "knew" wouldn't happen after all, which would mean that you didn't "know" it to begin with.
And since this "patient" is a fictional character, it explains why you have no more predicitons to share with us. Oh, sure, you can rattle off some
that have supposedly already come to pass. I can rattle off 1000 "predictions" about what has already happened with 100% accuracy. Anybody can do
that. If your story were true (which it can't be because of my previous point), surely you would have dropped 1 of his future predictions, even a
small one, to verify your story and authenticity. Of course, you dare not post a prediction for fear of being exposed.
Entertaining? Absolutely. Believable? Not even close.