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Originally posted by avatar01
1. There's no such thing as a 'timeline'
2. A line is 2 dimensional. Time is 3 dimensional, at least.
3. Time changes constantly. (oxymoron?) Every thought, every action, every sub-atomic particle changes the time/space continuum.
Originally posted by Aron1138
reply to post by ldyserenity
hm I too have had such dreams. Also I have a distinct memory of listening to Sound of Silence by Simon and Garfunkel (a song I have only recently started listening to) using the winamp toolbar (something I only recently started using) over and over and over again till it nearly drove me mad while I worked on something important.
needless to say the song is starting to drive me mad and I am working on something pretty important. The strange thing is the memory is so distant... like it happened a long time ago or in a dream.
[edit on 19-7-2009 by Aron1138]
Originally posted by LastStandingMan
Originally posted by fishneedh2o
According to my map it is on the right. (Being that Antartica is on the bottom)
Yes, it's now on the right (or precisely southeast of Australia), but what if I told you that I remember how New Zealand was located west or northwest of Perth in Australia, in other words, on the left side of Australia (in the ocean where you can see only blue water now).
I don't know exactly how long I have been holding this vivid picture of New Zealand on the left side of Australia, but it’s just one of those bothering memories from my past along with movies and TV series.
I remember that at the time of the Lords of the Rings movies (2001-2003) I was interested in New Zealand as I wanted to explore that beautiful country where it was filmed. I remember studying the map of New Zealand at that time but in my mind I can only see it located west of Perth, almost side by side with Australia and I have no memories of NZ on the opposite side.
So, you can just imagine how shocked I was when I found out some time ago that NZ was out of place. But now when I am familiar with the idea of changing timelines I am not so confused anymore.
[edit on 27-4-2009 by LastStandingMan]
[edit on 27-4-2009 by LastStandingMan]
Originally posted by helpmefindtheway
I had a strange experience today.
I was with a friend who insisted on going through the McDonald's drive-thru (yuck) to get herself some nuggets.
As we were going through the parking lot, I heard the song Buffalo Soldier", by Bob Marley playing on the truck radio. It played while we went through the drive-thru.
Then as we pulled around the Mcdonalds, the song started playing again after a brief commercial. I said "They just played this song when we went through the drive-thru!"
My friend replied, "Ummm, we haven't gone through the drive-thru yet".
It was very odd. Kinda freaked me out for the rest of the day.
Originally posted by fixer1967
I met someone the other day that had a time slip or something. They did not know that Michael Jackson was dead. I was afraid to tell them any different for fear that it was me that had time slipped. They were talking about him as if he was still alive. Taking about an upcoming Michael Jackson concert. They way they were talking about him was a little odd to say the least. I was so freaked out by it I had to go online and recheck it for my self. If the net had shown him still alive I would had messed my pants to say the least
[edit on 8/1/2009 by fixer1967]
Originally posted by grey580
I had the strangest feeling today. I woke up this morning. And the first thing that came to my mind was that something was different. Like there was a change in the timeline and when I awoke I felt the change.
I don't know if it was just a dream or remnant of a dream of something. But upon waking I just felt like something was different. Something changed. It's not like it's a hard concrete feeling. Just a nagging suspision that won't go away.
Anyone else feel this way?