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Originally posted by jennybee35
reply to post by thedoctorswife
Time has absolutely sped up. Even my teen children complain incessantly about how fast the days are going!
I don't care how nutter it sounds, the days are SHORT
Originally posted by babybunnies
The days aren't short. They're the same length. People are just too busy these days, have too many plans, and don't plan "relaxing time" in between all your other plans.
You have to PLAN to take time out to yourself, even a little bit each day.
If you're finding the days are too short, you need to drop out of some activities, take more time out for yourself, and learn to relax.
Originally posted by Jepic
I'm gonna put to an end this "theory" people are bringing up about how it is only her age that is making her notice that time is moving faster.
Absolutely not! I'm 20 and I have noticed that my perception of time started to increase faster by around second half of last year and has skyrocketed to ridiculous pace from January onward! Seriously! Days pass by like caramel bombons.
As much as people here try to deny it, I believe our collective perception of time is changing. To faster.
I had to comment on this thread. What she brought up is exactly what I feel.
And don't tell me it's my age.
Originally posted by Open2Truth
reply to post by thedoctorswife
I think many are experiencing similar perceptions - I know I am.
I've actually studied a number of different time theories, some are fascinating. One of them is that time flows along a torus-like geometry (think donut) - and that our current era is where time spirals down into the center of the "donut hole" - and that just like the tip of a tornado the quality of time is changing. Timewave theory is also fascinating.
Hang in there - were all on the same ride - glad to be sharing it with y'all.
Originally posted by thedoctorswife
Firstly, i dont make many threads, so mods i hope ive posted this in the right forum
Ive got to get this out , just to see if anyone else is experiencing the same as me. This has been a "situation" that has pestered me for the last few years.
LIiterally, it feels as thought time is speeding up at an incredible pace in my world. I know that some say that the older you get the faster time seems to be going by. But i cant believe it goes this fast.
Im seeing a friend this week who i havent seen for six weeks, and it feels like a week, last Sunday feels like a day or two ago, my life is flying past me.
Its really bizarre and i hope i dont sound like im nuts. Has it affected anyone else? Perhaps its just my imagination, but it feels real.
Originally posted by Pervius
If you've been watching the Lasco C3 camera view of the SOHO Telescope recently you will have noticed an odd black ribbon trailing from Venus.
Odd black ribbon coming back from that planet.
As the planet has moved across the view of SOHO we've watched there is also a black ribbon in FRONT of Venus as well....odd.
Go out at and look at the Milky Way. Notice the big black spot of nothingness in the middle of the milky way? That's the center of our Galaxy.
We are passing thru a strong magnetic emission of the black hole hole in the center of our galaxy. The gravitational forces are speeding up time. This world is ending...and a new one will start as we pass thru this area...and time will slow down.
Time is relevant to the observer. Currently the observer is being whipped around on the outer edge of a spiral of the galaxy...it's this portion of the spiral that kicks around all the stars. You are feeling the effects of the increased gravitational forces spinning up the atoms in your body.
Why does the number 3:11 always come up? At 3:11 is when the gravitational forces from the center of the Galaxy are strongest pulling the Earth as we revolve on our axis. This is when Time/Space have their most power on Earth. And it's at that time when most of the "paranormal" activity is.