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Originally posted by VitalOverdose
hmmm, let me think about that one. Time, is more or less the measurement of how fast the universe is expanding....or that is how I have come to understand it within the confines of this theory.
Going on that, it seems safe to me to assume that as time "expands" so does the universe or rather, space. So in a way, I am not seeing a difference in saying space or space and time.
Time is space..space is time. you cant have one without the other.
Time is a measurement of the rate of change.
Originally posted by Deicide88
Perhaps there are some wormholes or black holes in the earth. We are part of the univers and I think than that kind of holes could exist here.
Is a possibility, don't you think?
Originally posted by gimme_some_truth
reply to post by antar
I admitedly know very little about Deja vou however the idea that it is the feeling we get from changing realities or what have you is interesting to me. The question that it raises for me though is that the times I have had deja vou it seemed to be totally random. So what would trigger this reality switch to begin with?
You experience Deja Vu when a time traveler did something to change the time line or something within it that has had some effect on you and your feeling the aftermath of what has or is changing for you. They're out there i believe.
Originally posted by scubagravy
Great thread s n f,
Though until our anatomy changes to handle such velocities this is along way off, such a shame. Guess we have to start somewhere.
Originally posted by wrunner
reply to post by gimme_some_truth
Nice post. I really enjoyed reading this and it illuminated some things that were previously unclear to me. It was quite interesting reading the bit about 20 earth years going by and only 3 years for the "travelers." Very cool stuff
Originally posted by Livetoknow
It then occured to me, are the stars in the night sky, proof of time travel taking place? If we look at a star 4 million light years away, we are looking 4 million years into the past? Has the light from that star reached it's 'destination' (earth) 4 million years before it left its origin?
Or, is the opposite so? Has the light that has reached us travelled 4 million years into the future?
Originally posted by lazimodo
If string theory be true, then in theory, time travel should be possible in at least one direction. Backwards only, because the future string does not yet exist while the very act of viewing the future or the past changes its string. So you can go back but there is no guarantee you will be able to come back to the present because you changed its string and it (or perhaps you) no longer exist.