posted on Sep, 4 2011 @ 08:46 PM
For some time I have had the ability to sense time speed up and slow down. It bothered me for a long time, but eventually caused me to study
relativity, and quantum science, though without formal education on theory science. However, I now understand that time flows the same way as light
waves and ocean waves do. They rise and fall, peak and bottom out. Light for instance varies in wavelength. That is, light waves have different
lengths. So if each spectrum of light all arrive at the same place at the same time, they do not travel at the same speed because some are shorter and
have to travel longer distances. Time is literally expressed in "waves". When they peak, it speeds up, and when they bottom out it slows. I have seen
this. I have seen and experiences the seconds on my digital clock zipping by, aware of the speed, and then at other times slowing. It was really
bothering me until I simply accepted that we exist in space but waves of time directly affect us like a boat on the water. Overall, time as a whole is
speeding up because the universe is speeding up in expansion. You are probably aware of it, sensing it as well. It's amazing, and if you do a little
experiment, look at your digital clock and watch the seconds pass, then do it again at another time of the day, or even at the same time the next day.
let me know what you discovered.
edit on 4-9-2011 by Fromabove because: (no reason given)