posted on Oct, 3 2012 @ 12:22 AM
This is my take on it, for what it's worth. Is it scientifically sound? Heck no-- or rather I don't know-- all I can say is I had a little epiphany
about this very thing one day, while I was contemplating the movement of the solar system thru the galaxy, galaxy thru the universe, etc...
The passage of TIME equates to our movement thru space. We rotate the sun, but our orbit does not trace the same path over and over (as a science book
in elementary school illustrates.) Earth cannot follow it's same path because the Sun is never in the same place, as it is zooming along (orbiting)
our galaxy, which in turn is also zooming along.
So you, this human on Earth, are constantly moving thru the universe and you've never once been in the same spot within the universe. Every moment of
your life, you are somewhere different in the universe. Your Past is a LOCATION in space! So is your Future. So is Now. (Which is why people say
things like "that's too far ahead for me to even think about" and "don't look back, that's all in the past." Think about it. Those are
statements related to 'Location.')
I theorize that if you could go to a location in the universe that you inhabited while zooming along on this lovely Rock, you would actually find
yourself back in time. Same with future locations. The trick is finding it and getting there of course!