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Originally posted by ALLisMIND
reply to post by glad_to_be_His
Your eyes accept the light wavelengths and your brain processes it and divides it into color. If you couldn't see blue, you wouldn't see 'nothing'. Your brain would convert it to what colors are closest to said wavelength that can be produced in your 'mind's eye'.
Originally posted by pinkstarbuck
This thread has led to a conversation between me and my boyfriend about time travel/time slips and we discussed the concept of de ja vu and bilocation (or doppelgangers, if you like) as we have both experienced strong episodes of de ja vu, mine has increased over the past 2 years and my boyfriends has diminished somewhat. I guess the bilocation topic may have been posted elsewhere but this thread reminded me of it. Bilocation is common in cats and dogs, you might have seen your pet asleep on the couch or bed as you pass into a different room, only to find said pet playing in the room you`ve just entered, or coming in from the back garden, that sort of thing. I have also inadvertently experienced bilocation myself, there have been times when i have been out shopping and my father has seen me walking back to my house and has made me a tea for when i get in, i`ve not appeared and he has called me to see where i went and i`ve still been out. When i finally have arrived home, my dad has claimed he saw me hours previously wearing the exact same items of clothing (strange as he`d not seen me leaving the house so couldn`t have known what i was wearing) and carrying the exact same shopping bags. This has happened on a number of occasions now. I have also had people claimed they`ve passed me whilst out driving and had either tooted their horns at me or called out my name and had no response and i`d not been in the area at the time. My boyfriend has also had this experience, especially when he was in his late teens of apparently being seen in the London area by friends when he`d not been there at the time. Again, i don`t know if this is related to time slips/parallel dimensions and such but this thread reminded me of this and i was wondering if anyone else has had such experiences, or has noticed their sense of de ja vu increasing recently?
Recently I read some statistical snippet that in Hungary (it has about 10 million inhabitants) over 5000 people (of all ages and both gender, pretty much representative of the population) reportedly disappear. Over the years this number is rather stabile, and out of these 5000 approximately 3500 are found, recovered in one way or other, but 1500 are never found. The interesting background information is that in this country the borders are very well controlled, there is a national ID card, one can not use any services without being able to identify himself, i.e. it is almost impossible to fake a new identity and identity theft is unknown. In addition, the number of people murdered used to be less than 500 per year and even in the worst years, less than 800, and over 80% of cases are solved eventually.
Originally posted by macssam
everything is everywhere instantaneously
time and space don't exist
going anywhere at a certain time is an illusion
Originally posted by mileslong54
reply to post by Rising Against
Not sure if this adds anything but (regarding time and reincarnation) I once read that since our time is non linear when we reincarnate we can be put in to any time, so for example if someone died this year they could possibly live their next life as a caveman or future human in 3011.
This is not coming from me and I'm not sure if I believe it, but regarding time and time travel this is something to think about.
Originally posted by shooshtime
Does anyone else think if Time travel into the past was possible that we would of already most likely been visited by people from the distant future?