posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 02:29 AM
I have been pondering a lot about time lately, and I don't think time doesn't exist, how do even define time?
Anyways to the Gravity Probe B discovery confirming 2 of Einstein's Space-Time theories, Nasa
, I'm guessing that theory of time goes as follows, please correct me if I'm wrong:
After he Big Bang and the Universe started expanding so was a dimension of time, that is usually represent by a series of lines, thus linear. The
positions of the Sun and the Earth at a certain space time have a specific date, and that is how time works.
One of Einstein's theory's is that gravity can alter space time. I believe since the results of the Gravity B proved this to be true, I don't
really understand what that means. So depending on the gravity of a planet you will have a different speed of time? But is that on a linear scale? So
time on one of Saturn's Moons will be different than Earth? Is that confirmed by the difference in orbit and rotation compared to Earth? I'm not
really sure I understand what that indicates, as far as what to anticipate if we ever travel through space. Or what does it indicate with other life
out in space.
The quantum mechanics theory is what I've been really thinking about lately. It was hard to picture it with his model in the yt video, but I still
understand the idea. In my own words I take it to be for every possible outcome there is a Universe for it. Which basically suggests Parallel
Now I don't really see how the two theories can't be coupled together maybe someone can clear that up for me. What I think is interesting is the
quantum physics opinion.
What if ( a big what if), during the creation of Earth, there were other probabilities. During the evolution of life, there are infinite
Now what if one of the probable outcomes for the first basic life forms on Earth were more advanced than our basic lifeforms. What if these advanced
lifeforms evolved to a point where they could enter the other infinite dimensions of time. What if they were able to enter our dimension of time?