posted on Nov, 26 2013 @ 12:17 PM
AlienView, I can't agree with everything you say.
There is only an ever-changing "now". There will never be a past or future. The past and the future are both just ideas of the mind.
The past seems to exist because our minds have memory. We look upon the ever-changing now, and see remnants of previous changes, and our minds are
reminded of the moment those changes occurred.
The future seems to exist because our minds assume the ever-changing now will persist. We see the ever-changing now continuing to change, and we
don't expect it to stop. So our minds postulate a possible future based on the way things are currently changing.
The reality is... there is only "now", and it is changing constantly. That change creates the illusion of time.
On a side note, that is why psychic phenomena is real (although rare). Psychics are not predicting the future, and getting sudden visions of
something that hasn't happened, because the future doesn't exist yet, and it hasn't happened yet. What they are predicting is a change of now. That
change could be in the process of forming as we speak, and they detected that change before it was evident. They weren't suddenly looking into the
future at something that didn't exist yet, they were sensing a change that was in process of becoming evident, because that process of change existed
before it was visible.
edit on 26-11-2013 by WeAre0ne because: (no reason given)