posted on Nov, 29 2014 @ 12:46 PM
I think that time is a quality of space; a string of unique events creating a unique string. Entropy either equals the time direction (egg falls to
ground and breaks, but egg will not rebounce and become whole), or is closely related. In other words there is no time as a separate thing. What
propels change is something inherent in matter/energy/space. This change could be a continious thing but I lean towards to not. I think the universe
goes on and off at a certain rate which we can't measure as we are part of it. Call it uploading for when the universe is on and downloading when off.
Just like a slide show where the person pressess the button, or as a film with frames.
Now to time slips. In my view you can't time travel because there is nothing to go to: time is a unique string made off unique events. In the same
time all is information and as long as events are consistent they can happen. So if I were to be walking in a park and all of a sudden enter a scene
from 1940, that would still be possible. Either as something that has happened in our time line or could have in 1940. And maybe even has happened,
including me from the future, in our time line. So what happens to the things and living beings I have met during the time slip? I don't know. They
could have gone on in their own time line or just blinked out.
If time is made out of slides so to say, it doesn't matter what happens in those slides as long as they are consistent with previous slides and
So what propels change? I think it's inherent to the universe. As far as I can tell magnetism plays a big role. Don't know why but this might mean you
can up your changes of having a time slip by being somewhere where the soil/surroundings is more magnetic than else where.
So time travel/slips to what actually has happened or will happen are not possible in my view. Going to other time lines is another thing. Yet if the
above is right, time slips can occur without bleeding into another real time line.
edit on 29-11-2014 by QueenofWeird because: (no reason given)