posted on Dec, 4 2019 @ 11:15 PM
a reply to: wtbengineer
Its refreshing after taking such a long break, I am no longer taking certain things for granted. Similar to my questioning the physicality of the book
itself, I am questioning the physical aspect of One and of course the Leems itself.
If we take everything at face value, 2109 tells us physical matter wont time travel but that offers some contradictions. In my mind, One was some
humanoid that popped out of the stereotypical 2d portal from the wall raving mad and handing over a computer that phases in and out of existence
depending on Lukas presence, invisible to some but not others, etc. In that case if we assume One is a time traveler he must not be made of matter,
like a hologram or projection maybe? But what of the Leems? Could it also be of the same? Or are we to wonder about an either/or argument for
extradimensional explanation? The photo of the Sports Car was seen by Lukas and returned with singed edges. Did the photo itself time travel or
Maybe it doesn't really matter and it cant be rational or coherent. Maybe what matters is the point that information and data bypasses the time
travel conundrum. Sending information to the future is relatively if not extremely easy. You write a book, a letter, paint a picture, keep a diary,
graffiti a building, build a monument, create a symphony, etc.
Sending that information to specific recipients possibly generations down the line gets less certain and ones confidence in success will decline the
further the date and the more complex the message. A family recipe for Biscuits and Gravy may be indecipherable to my ancestors interested who may
perhaps stumble upon it. You never know how long it may take or how quickly someone may figure it out.
Keep getting stuck at the presenting it to the past part. Heading too bed take care all.