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Originally posted by demontigny
okay i can run with that multiple universe theory... have you heard of dejavu.??? there are times where i have it when im with new people i have never met before.... i meet someone through a friend and we go driving around.... bam it hits me that ive done this before.... that would mean another me in a another universe met this person before me...... or it could mean that we continue to relive our lives until we do what we are supposed to.. and you remember that specific point in time because your supposed to change it.... but anyways nice thread thanks for the read s&f
Originally posted by haarvik
So here's another theory to add to the mix. Isn't it amazing how we as humans lived for thousands of years, yet never really evolved technologically until the turn of the 20th century? We have achieved more in 100 years than the previous 10,000. So, let's suppose that in the future our world is so messed up that it is on the verge of being completely destroyed by humans. The future humans discover time travel. In order to save their world, they must go back in time and introduce seemingly small amounts of technology breakthroughs in order to advance us more rapidly. The thought is that if we advance at a more rapid rate than they did, then maybe we can prevent what is happening to them. Of course this also involves the negative thought that if we change the past, we change the future. But, not so fast. If you send several time capsules back in time, and they are timed correctly, you can affect change rapidly without changing the future before the mission is a success. The sad part is if this were true, then we will never know what the future was actually supposed to be, and some of us may have been destined for greatness, and now are left with mediocrity.
If we did not discover time travel, and bring back technology, then it must have come from somewhere else. you can't tell me that in 10,000 years we never had a genius? We never had innovators or inventors? We waited until nearly the turn of the 20th century to all of a sudden wake up and invent? Get real.
Originally posted by haarvik
reply to post by SuperiorEd
The bible is a novel, and nothing more. Trying to use it to explain things using fiction doesn't help.
i am about 50 years old now and in this time of this spacetime in a timespace we are placed to move by our quantumbuilds of bodies recognized as we from point a to point b to point c and so on as well as back tru the hy per qu be by the functions not desided by me but by the sites owners or so - site isnt maybe the right word
Originally posted by hederahelix
reply to post by GhostLancer
I know, bad things happen to people. We can't get around that. We can't control the path of tornadoes. We do however, have control of how we handle those things. We can't control the wind, but we can adjust our sails.
In my alternate universe I've decided to put up a couple wind generators. Now all I have to do is figure out where the money is gonna come from.
: you are using your free will to believe that right now aren't you? "
Originally posted by zosimos
you are using your free will to believe that right now aren't you?