posted on Nov, 1 2009 @ 08:24 PM
Have you ever stopped to think about it though? I mean you always hear people saying authoritative things like "2nd law of thermodynamics" or
) which indicates a very direct flow of time - things are always going from orderly to
chaotic (or so we assume). But is it possible that - somehow - time is not as fixed as western society has come so fixated to believe? Even those
cessium clocks or whatever crazy advanced devices for measuring time we have go just a little bit off after a while?
What if - and this is crazy - we are actually all talking backwards right now. In the 'correct' arrow of time, you would actually have started this
sentence after the period.
(assuming there even is a 'correct' arrow of time btw)
I mean I know some of you physics buffs will probably come in here and tell me i'm stupid and that it's not possible but i tell you it is! i can't
prove it but i'll work on it for a while... started doing some research already but i
think this should be an excellent brain twister for some of you.
Edit: Hahahaha wow I should have really read that wikipedia article fully before i sent it out... pretty much makes this topic defunct...
here's a read for anyone who was still wondering lol
[edit on 1-11-2009 by Sacrosanct]