posted on Apr, 28 2010 @ 01:31 PM
David Conrad is the handsome man that playes Jim Clancy in the Ghost Whisperer. Last year I read the entry in Wikipedia (English version) about him. I
was shocked when I read that one of his two children had died at an early age in about 2005. I thought about how to cope with such a devastating
situation and how awful it must be to play in a show that is all about dead people. Every now and then when seeing him on tv I would think of his
So this week I reread the Wikipedia entry....only to see that the part about him being married and having two children (one alive and one deceased)
was gone.... There was only info about his early life. So I searched the rest of the Internet, nowhere to be found that he was a father! I found
nothing about a marriage with the mother of his children. Nothing, nada, squat. Actually, he appears to be single or dating somebody. I found several
references that he doesn't have the time to find a woman etc.
How can this be? I have checked the history of the Wikipedia article but have found nothing. I searched for his name plus hoax death and found zilch.
Since I really wanted to know about his life, I read the article closely. I wasn't something that floated on tv for a moment. So I am wondering about
a timeline change. I truely hope that what I read isn't true at least not in this universe!
Physicists like Wolff think that what we call now is created by what we call the past and the future meeting. Retroactive pk surely shows that the
future influences the past (it doesn't change the past it actually co-creates it). I read this article about how they found out that spacetime isn't
a continuum at the scale of the Planck constant but instead that it is gritty. So there are spacetime "particles". I think that all these spacetime
particles form the sequence that we know of past/present/future while all being present at the same "time".
Yet I don't know what would cause such a sequence to be changed meaning that I remember one thing and that somehow the rest of the world seems to
think otherwise. Time travel? Well I think that is only possible by creating other timelines as a result of hopping in time.
Intelligent replies please
And don't tell me that I am just mistaken, I know what I read. This is driving me bunkers!
[edit on 28-4-2010 by QueenofWeird]