posted on Jun, 13 2008 @ 09:09 AM
There is an interesting article about a hypothesis that we blink in and out of what we think is real. You who are reading this do not exist. A quote
from the article, " our existence as human beings is a kind of persistent illusion",
the basic theory is that if we go down to the smallest sub-atomic particles in the universe that we find particles that blink in and out of
an example given is the "ghost of flight 401" or doppelgangers where the dead are blinking back into existence in current time we are at that
What I find interesting is "this true story I can relate to with the aforementioned article", I was recently shopping for groceries in my local
publics grocery store where this perfectly normal dude glanced at me while I was in the bread isle checking dates on loafs of bread. I noticed him
waving at me, and then he called out at me , "hey Larry how you doing!" and walked up to me and started talking blah blah blah, I said my name is
"Billy Meier" ( not my real name) and he stopped and gave me a quizzical look and mouth hanging open and to make a long story short, he said I was
identical to the "Larry guy he knew from such and such.
Anyway, the article I brought up is mind blowing to say the least-does space know its space? Is there any awareness of itself? The universe is here
and its not here. Read the article and give your thoughts. Even though your thoughts might not exist.
Now I'm no brain surgeon so the above I wrote is "part" of what I understand the new theory is basically saying, best that you read the article
yourself though-as there is some Gi-normus ideas flowing thru the article (link below) thanks for your time! Now I must go...
[edit on 13-6-2008 by RUFFREADY]