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Originally posted by tracer7
I have been working with the online twz and stellarium to try and put together a some ideas of how the stars match up with the twz. I personally think that astrology and the twz are very close to each other and may help decipher the cycles of events. this is just my own personal 2 cents I do not want to derail the work you everyone is doing. still interesting to follow.
This is a big site Evasiuis and people express themselves on here with some cool avatar pics which we are able to associate with the character or personality behind them. I'm sure you are very aware that when a few people begin to share a particular theme, especially one connected to a particular thread, then they will be viewed in a slightly different way than if they have no avatar or one they've chosen for personal reasons.
'Choose your own path but change your identity in line with me' is a bit of a dichotomy.
Ive noticed a slight trend on here, people associating the timewave with how they feel or their own personal experiences.
...but my research suggests the timewave (if valid) has a much more universal significance.
...but you are not sat at a table by yourself. There are lots of us on just this thread throwing a lot of input into this subject and with all due respect, you may be missing something very crucial which may continue to be missed if people begin to structure their research , however slight, around your subjective experience of the timewave.
...if it is important to our survival, then we need to question, question, question, otherwise it's just a fun game, a horoscope, a folly.
Originally posted by Wobbly Anomaly
Yes I am. This from Wiki Science (from Latin: scientia, meaning "knowledge") is a systematic enterprise of gathering knowledge about nature and organizing and condensing that knowledge into testable laws and theories.
As i mentioned, i particularly did not mean untestable theory or subjective opinion, if a scientiest takes his prejudice into the lab then, again, that is something theoretical, untestable, subjective (much like the recent timewave discussion) and is best separated from observable, agreeable, reality.
I'm glad you mentioned quantum theory too, the most accurate description of reality that science has in its tool box. Quantum theory (amongst other things) deals with probabilty for example, the probabilty of an electron being in a particular location at a particular time. When we say 'there is only now' then maybe we should also say 'there is only HERE' too, but that doesnt help us with predicting the probabilty of an electron being observed otherwise science would say 'all electrons are right here, right now' and we wouldnt get very far with that. The science behind quantum theory allows everyone to experience the same, objective reality.
When we talk about infinite parallel realities this is a MODEL, like electrons orbiting a nucleus, it is not something that is taken as fact, it is just a tool to help our (pretty slow brains) to visualise something that is only really measurable and definable with mathematics.
So we get back to the timewave, is it a theory that allows us all to agree on the prediction of an 'event' (similar to the time and location of an electron in the future) or is it a subjective model, open to personal interpretation (like reading your star signs in the newspaper)
Originally posted by Tgautier13
You misunderstood the premise. Every scientist takes their prejudice into every experiment. The scientist is never separated from the experiment, and as such, there is no 'outside, agreeable reality' that you speak of. This has been all but proven with Heisenburg's Uncertainty Principle, however groups such as Buddhists and Platonic realists have argued this idea for centuries.
Electrons operate as far as we know as wave/particle dualities. An electron will take on every possible measurement at the same instant if there is no observer; once an observer (scientist) is included in the model then and only then does the electron act as a true particle, thus giving one the illusion of reality.
Quantum theory does not deal with the probability of an electron being in a certain location. Quantum theory, among many other things, deals with the notion that electrons operate under every single mathematical principle possible at once until an observer is included. As such in wave form electrons exist everywhere at every instant. Understanding this I am quite confused by your last sentence in the above paragraph. What part of Quantum Mechanics gave you the idea that everyone experiences the same objective reality? I only ask this because from my research Quantum theory has come to the exact opposite conclusion.
Absolutely, I agree. However, the Multiverse Theory does indeed exist within modern String Theory, which happens to be the theory most modern Quantum and Nuclear physicists hold. As such within a 'scientific view' this model of 'infinite parallel realities' has to be taken quite seriously.
On this subject, I would say the only thing that exists outside of our own perceived reality is mathematics, but that is a discussion for another time and another thread.
The Timewave was never intended to be used as a predictor of events. It measures novelty and habit within consciousness. I'm not sure if some past or present researchers in these threads or elsewhere have given you a false idea as to how the Timewave is to be used, but I can assure you this is not its function. That's why I might get slightly irritated when I see someone just list a date on the Timewave then just spout of a list of disasters or events that are possible to happen on that date. They are missing the premise entirely, or they are choosing to focus their attention on irrelevant details. Kind of like worrying about the condition of your windshield wipers when your transmission just bottomed out of your vehicle.
Originally posted by Evasius
With each moment that passes, our possible futures are dwindling away - that is, either dissolving or in fact merging into eventually one timeline of experience. Right now we still have a myriad of options, though fewer than yesterday and a great many more than we'll have next week, month, or year. So make the most of Now.
Originally posted by Tgautier13
Evasius do you use DosBox? I am more then willing to take on an intense look into the Sheliak set however I am having troubles getting the Timewave program to run on Windows Vista Home Premium. I just have to toy around with DosBox I guess and find the right directories. I was just wondering if you use any other program to run the Timewave.
Caption: Mass Escape - A peregrine falcon on the attack forces a flock of starlings to take evasive action, moving together as one. source
Thats an interesting statement, do you mean from our own human perspective that, as time passes, or the 'now' evolves, we get closer to death and therefore our paths dwindle ? Or did you mean it on a more universal scale as in the universe evolves towards a balanced and static form ?
Then on another level i agree, like with the internet for example we are becoming more homogeneous in the information we all share.