posted on May, 12 2011 @ 10:08 PM
reply to post by tpg65
Not to ruin anyones parade, there have been times were I royally confused facts(when I was 4-5 I thought "the north"= North America, and "the
south"= South America..lol), there have been times when I perceived time to move in a really weird fashion. But I have never known time to change
from my own recollection.
I guess from my own perspective I find segments of this "phenomenon" to seem incredulous and the only way I could rationally accept it is if
space-time was coming to an end. Heck it could of already ended and this "phenomenon" is nothing more then a temporal shock-wave of some sort, right
before everything tears apart(?).
Then there is the electromagnetic side of things, do you people who experienced this live near large sources of electromagnetic waves? Do
you use cell phones frequently(more than 4 times daily)?
There are so many rational causes that to not rule them out, or seek to rule them out first and foremost only invites disbelief.
For example: The guy who remembered fishing off of his back porch. He could of moved or maybe there was some kind of small shallow pond, even a
seasonal pond in his backyard. Add in landscaping and it could disappear(remember a 3inch deep puddle would seem bigger to a 4-5 year old).
Then there is the landmasses moving. Honestly, when it comes to geography most people don't know much. Imagine if a landmass did move during an
Earthquake or a Tsunami. Heck imagine such events cause a minor amount of moving in islands or continents if they are severe enough. This is a fact we
would only find out recently. Meaning older maps compared to newer GPS/satellite maps would seem slightly inaccurate.
Now add in the government neo-feudalism aspect(where politicians and bureaucrats view themselves as "superior") where they lie to people in order to
keep everyone in their "world is alright" bubble wrap....
But this is interesting though.