posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 03:23 AM
Time is an illusion. Linear time especially. The universe is static if you are all knowing and omnipotent. As there is nothing unknown, there
is nothing that can change. To create change, you must create the factor of not knowing something.
For example. Imagine you are watching a movie on a film. You only see/know 1 part of the film at a time. But if you rolled that film out, then
the movie is static as you can see it all at the same time. The rate you go through the film is what gives the movie it's "run time".
If in linear time, you have only 1 roll of film. No choice, just a watching of it. But ever read a chose your own adventure book? Where it's
not linear, but goes down different paths?
So imagine multiple movie scripts side by side. Each one just almost exactly the same as the one next to it, and so on and so on. You are sitting
at the PC, if you raise your left hand, you make a choice and you go down the film where that happens. You raise your right hand, you go down
another film etc. These are minor changes, and it's not going to end up in another dimension.
The illusion of linear time comes from the single path you perceive across the universe. Time itself is really nothing more than a dimensional
change while in a limited perception. If you rob a store, you'll probably be taking a path that puts you in jail. If you give to a charity,
you'll probably be taking a path that leads to a thank you letter. When you want to get a drink out of the fridge, the first thing you do is
figure out the path to it. Instantly without thinking really. And then you get up and follow that path.
So if you were to "time travel" to another point from this point, you wouldn't be going to the "past", you would simply be making a rather large
jump in dimensions. But if you were to remember the original point, then you would be traveling to a new place, that was like the past, only now has
this added factor introduced in. But it would not be your past. It would be the future.
Also, 4D would be the nearest "timelines". Where an object is in multiple places at once. If you were to see all those places at once, that would
be 4d. 3D is a bunch of 2d dimensions stacked, 4D is a bunch of 3d objects stacked, etc. And you can go on and on stacking these, but it's really
still just opening up a bit on the limited perception.