posted on Jan, 19 2014 @ 10:57 PM
I haven't nearly died but I'm going to lay out a theory I have about life, it has a few holes in it and I've never read about such a theory either.
It does have a little basis in multiple realities theory and borrows a little from physics, specifically from the idea that proximity / how close we
are to one another can cause us to influence each other.
Ok so my theory is that we all live our lives to a natural death and in most cases our loved ones die before us (but usually not long before us). This
holds true for everybody (even those of us that are currently ill /dying, in such a reality we will recover but its quite possible that for other
people we died), and yes this means that somehow we are not living the same joint reality - it is slightly different.
Now I also belive that if you hold people closely enough to you either particularly physically but also emotionally then you have the ability to
create a joint reality, or close to one - this in effect ensure that you both live longer lives.
Obviously there are holes in this and its something of a cop out, if somebody comes on here and tells me for example that my theory is hogwash because
their wife died I can easily (and some might say callously) argue that you aren't in my reality, however, there is another version of you in another
reality where this somebody and his wife are living happily.
In effect we are all living what many of us have suspected - some kind of our own Truman show, and yet people are real, our lives aren't fake, our
actions have consequences and we will die a natural death. How it works exactly I have no clue, are we automatically living the best (longest) life,
or do we somehow morph from one multiple reality to another, say if we attempt suicide.
I'm tempted to not post this at all to be honest, but perhaps somebody might put a scientific name to this type of theory and I'd thought I'd throw
it out to the joint reality to see what comes back at me