Changing one's "time line" might seem relatively plausible if one doesn't consider the physical nature of progressive ramification. Imagine a pool
table, and what occurs on that table during the course of a typical game of 9-ball. Halfway through that game, imagine trying to unwind the entirety
of progressive ramification of that entire game as it's gathered to that point. Where would you start and how would you track it all back to the
breaking of the rack? Or maybe you only want to unwind it all until a specific point where you screwed up.
Let's say that the reason you wanted to unwind the game, was to change a decision that you made 5 balls into your own progression of play. Let's
imagine that you could accomplish the unwind to that specific point in the game. What say does your opponent have in the matter? After all, it's a
game that involves two players. How do you reconcile the fact that your advantage in this causal manipulation is his/her disadvantage. Also, how do
you prevent him/her from unwinding your correction to negate your own advantage once you've allowed the progressive ramification to resume once
Also, what is the impact - historically speaking - of the unwind process itself, as well as the introduction of the brand new trajectory/continuum
that's been initiated. And what happens to the default informational trajectory that emerged as a result of the first historical version of the game?
It can't cease to be a fact that those shots were made and that the ramifications of those shots existed. Maybe you can reset all the balls in the
exact locations as if those shots were never made, but the facts exist concerning those shots and the ramifications of those shots. In fact, the only
reality concerning those shots that will persist IS the facts surrounding those shots and the ramifications of those shots having happened. You can't
eliminate the fact that those shots did occur.
And if a simple 9-ball game - limited to one pool table - can present an intractable logical issue that makes unwinding the ramifications of your 5th
shot in the game literally impossible, then what makes you think that a person can unwind the direct and progressive ramifications of their own
complete timeline or even cut that timeline off and initiate a brand new one that injects itself into the ongoing progression of an entire multi-layer
web of competing and conflicting timelines that are already fully developed?
Just making the claim isn't the same as calculating the impact on that established time line matrix or the potentially catastrophic logical
ramifications of cutting off a causal trajectory - with a full informational continuum associated with it that's already integrally woven within the
informational continuums of who knows how many other timelines; establishing the allowable potentials for the associated progressive trajectories
(other people's ongoing timeline) - especially in a very crowded world full of human beings that have lives that literally lean against other lives as
they all make their way forward from instant to instant. How do you ever factor in the domino effect of even the smallest rewind? I don't think that
even if it's possible to "jump timelines" that there's a way of preventing a major catastrophe caused by the direct ramification chain that would be
Ever wonder why no one's ever accomplished this? Do you really think it's because no one's ever considered it as a notion before you considered it? Or
that they just didn't believe hard enough in the plausibility of the premise? Get a pencil and a piece of paper, and try factoring out how to unwind a
game of 9-ball - including how to eliminate the informational ramifications of each and every movement of each ball - back to the instant before
breaking the rack. That's relatively easy compared to unwinding a single hour of a person's time line.
Then, sketch out your proposal for physically freeing yourself from the Planck's Constant that cements you into your own time line, and prevents you
from ever altering the unitary base rate of change that rules your entire existence.
When you've done all that, then come on back and let's have a look at your homework.
edit on 3/12/2012 by NorEaster because: (no reason given)