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Originally posted by ButterCookie
Originally posted by Niphredil
This thread is blowing my mind, I believe all of this can be possible because I believe in muti-universes and such. But one thing I really have trouble wrapping my mind around is and I hate to bring this up but... I am a Christin and I can not see how God or heaven and hell fits into all of this? Anyone have any ideas how this can ALL tie together in a nice neat package since they are so far extreme ends from each other? But I really do think they can just hurts the brain to figure out haha, need some in put here please.
I am not religous but I starred this post because it as at least allowing you to peek outside the box......
You are correct.....'Where would a god fit in all of this?'
Very beautiful question......
Ah the Nets (grid) are breaking down, The matrix is coming to an end We will see how real the illusion was. I like this
Originally posted by tpg65
With all the recent threads regarding timeslips or timeline changes and literally hundreds of ATS members reporting anomolies with time, I think it is about time that the subject be given some serious study.
Firstly , my thanks to ATS member Neon Haze for providing the inspiration behind this thread. I will be quoting him later.
Here are some of the most common anomolies reported by ATS members.
1) Celebrities who were once dead but are now alive.
2) Changes in recent historical events.
3) Changes in movies , books etc.
4) Changes in the location of or sudden appearance of buildings , roads etc.
5) Changes in location of landmasses.
My theory ( and it's just a theory ) is this.
When we experience an event that should have resulted in death, ie an accident or illness, in this timeline that is exactly what happened . Now what if after death in this timeline , our conciouness, spirit , call it what you will , is placed in a timeline where the outcome was survival , because the the events in that timeline were different. This would explain the following cases.
a) Accidents where the victim miraculously survives , even though he/she knows that there was no way they should be alive afterwards.
b) Miraculous recoveries from illness , even when there was no hope of survival.
c) People experiencing timeslips or changes in the timeline.
Now it's time for a quote from Neon Haze , who I think explains it a lot clearer than myself.
""The universe as you know it is one potential out of literally an infinite number of other potential realities.
The so called flow of time is not what most think and relate to. The concept of time as we have come to know it is an illusion.
Let me quantify...
If there are an infinite number of potential outcomes then each potential exist at the same point.
So there is for example a reality where the challenger accident occurred in 1983 and others where it occurred in 1986.
Movement from one potential to another is what we have become accustomed to think of as time.
But what happens when we die?? The potential for our existence reaches zero within this Reality but what about all the other potential realities??
What I am getting at is that when you cease to be in one reality you don't know it but your consciousness just goes on in a different reality... ""
I have to say that I am a little excited while writing this post , simply because I feel there is a lot more to this subject than meets the eye.
Now this is where you come in .
If you have ever experienced a time anamoly , chances are you have also experienced a miraculous escape , so I need you to write about it .
The more attention this subject recieves , then the more chance of it being taken seriously and hopefully be given some serious scientific study.
Please , no juvenile one line replies .
If you have nothing to offer then please move on .
I will report all off topic replies.
Some useful links
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Originally posted by SaturnFX
not the nature of the subject, what is odd is that a few weeks back, I was thinking exactly like this
I wondered if I would continue to skate through life and end up immortal through nanotechnology (which I believe will be realized in my lifetime)...then it got me thinking that maybe nobody truely does die, but rather just "shift"..and their former bodies here are just uninhabited husks.
If anything, it would make for a pretty good sci-fi book or movie.
Originally posted by mudbeed
I get where people are going with this thread. If you die, you swap universes and continue living, but the universe you were a part of keeps changing.
This makes sense because we are multidimensional beings.
One thing I have to ask about this theory is:
What about dying of old age?
If we never die and it seems we never get younger in these experiences then what happens when we die of old age?
Also this seems to insist that if my friend "Joe" dies in my universe then he is alive in another. That I can accept, but to think that when "Joe" dies at 99, then he just keeps skipping from universe to universe until when?
Wouldn't the timeslip phenom be very prevalent in older folks if this was the case as they would be constantly slipping to avoid death from Heart Attack #1 to Stroke #2...etc.
It is all very facinating, but I think what I listed above kinda shoots holes in the validity of something like this happening.
Do I make sense?