posted on Jan, 21 2009 @ 06:39 AM
Ok I've followed this over the years, a lot of it does make sense, the timeline differences John Titor explained them pretty well as far as I am
concerned, the creation of another universe for every action we take, sounds extremely unlikely, but only if your stuck fast to the explanations of
the rules of Physics.
Yet every single day it is shown to us we know just a fraction about these rules, and indeed a lot of the rules, are shown to be not incorrect but
The laws regarding Physics are only really guesses, only as time goes on and we experiment more, do we realise there is more than meets the eye, and
we don't really understand a lot of the rules of the Universe.
For anyone including myself to sit here and type that it is impossible, is IMO a little selfish, especially when you take into account, not everyone
is willing to allow their ego to be given a good kicking, because we refuse to accept the fact a lot of our statements, are only what we have read in
books by others, how do we know they are right for sure?
After all, everything contained in any book, is just one persons opinion or interpretation of the facts, it's only when new idea's are forced into
the light, that the rules change with new discoveries.
So if we take for granted what we read or are told as the solid facts, with no room for advancement or manoeuvrability, then it all becomes stagnant
and we advance no further, until these new idea's come out, arguing the toss based on other peoples theories, is not giving ourselves the respect we
deserve as supposedly single individual intelligent people a lot of us profess to be, yet all the time we see holes in these statements from
different members, so who is right?
For instance, who is the woman proclaiming to be Titors Mother? why did she say he did stay with them as an older man? why did she write a book about
the subject? how did she write a book about it? who was the man staying with them? was he really from the future, or did he simply choose a family
with a small child, and build his story from there?
It's obvious from this whole thread, that nobody knows, because everyones theory is different, some believers, some non believers, but all the
reasons for their opinions are different so who is wrong and is anybody right?
He got a lot right if you ignore the timeline differences, his explanations as to why this happens makes sense to me because it bypasses the paradox
associated with time travel which makes people think it is not possible, but under John Titors laws it was very possible.
So be honest with yourselves as well as the rest of us, it takes a bigger person to admit, you just don't know, rather than it's not possible
because Einstein said it, Einstein was an idiot if you really wish to know the man, thats how some would describe him anyhow, he had an understanding
most didn't, but that does not mean he was right about all his theories, in fact he has been proven wrong on more than one occasion, and the reason
we are unsure about the rest is because we are incapable right now in the evolution of understanding to prove one way or the other, we just don't
know, we do not understand.
that is because we allow our ideas to be swallowed up by accepting other peoples theories as "must be right" even in schools we are only taught to
the capability of the teacher, it is our job, and our responsibility to ourselves to push beyond what we are taught, otherwise we lie to ourselves,
and try and convince everyone else what we think is gospel.
It's alright thinking outside the box, but do we all have the same box? if we put them together, perhaps we would learn more a lot faster.
I am not against opinions, just against opinions being thought of as the one and only rule.
we need to be honest to ourselves, are we certain we are right ? before we try and convince others with it.
Anyone got a problem with that?