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mArAyA   posted:6/13/2010 8:03:43 AM  (Reply)
time is the changing.the difference of the spending second and the spent second.so it is a difference.the man who was before a moment is not in present.he was changed.now there is a new man.this is justice for every thing in this universe.the reason for this difference is energy.if we cause a opposite energy for each energy we can go to the past.but time will flow
macros72   posted:6/14/2010 2:41:23 PM  (Reply)
um
droid_1300   posted:6/15/2010 11:40:30 PM  (Reply)
 i'm lost....
wvboarder   posted:6/16/2010 9:43:53 PM  (Reply)
For some reason LOST made me come up with my current theory of time. I think time is IN all essential ways that we know is meaningless and uncontrollable. I think that every decision we make the opposite decision starts a paralell dimention and sends the timeline out in a million different more directions and every variable to that situation adds another line in a direction from every moment and every decision in every point in time. The problem with this(or not really problem just the reality of this theory) is that in every moment there would be an infinate number of timelines running in every different direction everywhere in the universe. Thus would create the fabric of time. Possibly now or in the near future we will or will be discovering certain types of energy manipulation or forces that will be able to break the barier of our current line into another temporarily.  IE- interestingly this semi complements the theory that ghosts , demons, and other phenomenon are caused by their timeline crossing into ours temporarily or just closely allowing us to see,hear, or experience them. This also would allow semi explanation for certain places and reoccuring supernatural events or certain parts of the country more prone to see paranormal creatures regularly....mmmm just a thought.... If anyone knows anyone who has done research on this theory or one similar id appreciate any help finding it.
tje1976   posted:6/18/2010 1:29:56 AM  (Reply)
Sounds kinda like superposition. 
zoltar   posted:6/27/2010 6:32:53 PM  (Reply)

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mArAyA  posted:6/13/2010 8:03:43 AM  (Reply)
time is the changing.the difference of the spending second and the spent second.so it is a difference.the man who was before a moment is not in present.he was changed.now there is a new man.this is justice for every thing in this universe.the reason for this difference is energy.if we cause a opposite energy for each energy we can go to the past.but time will flow
I thought that there are some kind of entities-(angels, demons, cyborgs or what ever) that wouldkill or destroy you before you have a chance to travel through time - they are afraid you will changesomething in the future.
Redoubt   posted:7/9/2010 7:52:57 AM  (Reply)
Time, if it does exist as an element or force (whatever) of nature, is no different than any other. With the correct knowledge and mechanism, it can be approached, observed and perhaps even manipulated. It would also likely mean that all time, past, present and future, exists simultaneously within the same space.It's our nature to speculate... to scratch the itch, if you will.Like so many other things we don’t fully understand, we tend to lend them an esoteric flavor through philosophies that paint the subject with native human imagination. This is the same process that powers religion/faith and other forms of mysticism. But if say, God does exist (and I believe He does), we may someday set aside our myths and find that He is the universe’s greatest scientist.Times change and so do we.At one time, the mystery of the fire we stoked in a dark cave mesmerized us and led us to wonder at its power.Today, we stare out over the vast reaches of time... waiting for a day (and time) when we will look again and perhaps find that it can all be measured by a matter of inches. Normal 0
Mathious   posted:7/10/2010 12:15:38 AM  (Reply)
 If time is a dimention then yes we can travel back in time. But what would be the equal and opposite effect for traveling back in time i wounder. 
ANKIT   posted:7/10/2010 4:57:59 AM  (Reply)
RATHER TALKING AS A NORMAL PERSON.......ONE SHOULD THINK IT FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF RELATIVITYTHAT , THR RATE OF TRAVELLING TIME IS DIFFERENT IN DIFFERENT FRAMES......ITS NOT A ABSOLUTE COCCEPT.......AS I THINK ONE HAS TO MOVE WITH VELOCITY OF LIGHT ,WHICH ISN'T PHYSICSLLY POSSIBLE BECAUSE AT THAT MOMENT VOLUME BECOMES INFINITE AND COVER ALL THE UNIVERSE OR GO TO THE WORLD OF TYCHOONS
tapuout4985   posted:7/10/2010 9:43:12 PM  (Reply)
People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but *actually* from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint - it's more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly... time-y wimey... stuff.
tapuout4985   posted:7/12/2010 5:21:51 PM  (Reply)

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tapuout4985  posted:7/10/2010 9:43:12 PM  (Reply)
People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but *actually* from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint - it's more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly... time-y wimey... stuff.
P.S. This is a Doctor Who quote, not my actual opinion.
spiritech0   posted:7/13/2010 10:01:44 AM  (Reply)
I say that anyone can travel anywhere, anytime, to otherwhere, anywhen, at the speed of thought. Be careful what you wish for, even Ganesh will allow you passage just to teach you some very hard lessons.
dr. death   posted:7/13/2010 11:49:52 AM  (Reply)

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wvboarder  posted:6/16/2010 9:43:53 PM  (Reply)
For some reason LOST made me come up with my current theory of time. I think time is IN all essential ways that we know is meaningless and uncontrollable. I think that every decision we make the opposite decision starts a paralell dimention and sends the timeline out in a million different more directions and every variable to that situation adds another line in a direction from every moment and every decision in every point in time. The problem with this(or not really problem just the reality of this theory) is that in every moment there would be an infinate number of timelines running in every different direction everywhere in the universe. Thus would create the fabric of time. Possibly now or in the near future we will or will be discovering certain types of energy manipulation or forces that will be able to break the barier of our current line into another temporarily.  IE- interestingly this semi complements the theory that ghosts , demons, and other phenomenon are caused by their timeline crossing into ours temporarily or just closely allowing us to see,hear, or experience them. This also would allow semi explanation for certain places and reoccuring supernatural events or certain parts of the country more prone to see paranormal creatures regularly....mmmm just a thought.... If anyone knows anyone who has done research on this theory or one similar id appreciate any help finding it.
 I think that time doesn't exist. The clock was made up by a man. I beleive in your theory. I think your right becuase in my head I came up with the same idea.I think time is a myth. Someone made it up.
Ancient Mysteries   posted:7/14/2010 1:28:39 PM  (Reply)
Time is two things.   A means of measurement devised by mankind for keeping track and/or  planning for things, fundamentally based on daily solar cycles, and the relativity of that measurement given the location of mankind to those solar cycles.  Essentially, time is a man-made dimension based soley on the existence of our Sun and the position of the Earth relative to it, and then us, relative to our location on Earth, relative to the Earth's location from the Sun.  Atomic clocks and other devices designed to count resinating particles and vibrations are only a means of exactly that, counting vibrations, with a set start based on again, the Earth and it's position relative to the Sun. For many thousands of years the Earth's position relative to the sun and other stars has remained constant enough to create devices that divide centuries into years into weeks into days into hours into minutes in seconds into nanoseconds.  Its theorized based on applied physics that if a person was able to travel at near the speed of light or faster (~98%) that they could travel through time, but the reality is, through relative time.  For example, if you were to travel at the speed of light for 1 year toward Pluto, and then back 1 year to Earth, essentially you would have leaped forward in time relative to the Earth as relative to the Sun, meaning many hundreds of years would've passed on Earth while you were only gone physically, relative to your travelling device, for 2 years.  So if this were possible, travelling into the future would most likely be possible too.  To travel backward though, its then theorized some sort of rip in the fabric of space is required, such as a wormhole.  Then allowing you to skip going the long way around and just travel from point A to B instantaneously.   In the wormhole case, if found and able to be manipulated safely, travelling both forward and backward in time makes perfect sense since you would be free to move anywhere in the universe at any given time and be there, right away.   
tapuout4985   posted:7/14/2010 3:22:13 PM  (Reply)

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Ancient Mysteries  posted:7/14/2010 1:28:39 PM  (Reply)
Time is two things.   A means of measurement devised by mankind for keeping track and/or  planning for things, fundamentally based on daily solar cycles, and the relativity of that measurement given the location of mankind to those solar cycles.  Essentially, time is a man-made dimension based soley on the existence of our Sun and the position of the Earth relative to it, and then us, relative to our location on Earth, relative to the Earth's location from the Sun.  Atomic clocks and other devices designed to count resinating particles and vibrations are only a means of exactly that, counting vibrations, with a set start based on again, the Earth and it's position relative to the Sun. For many thousands of years the Earth's position relative to the sun and other stars has remained constant enough to create devices that divide centuries into years into weeks into days into hours into minutes in seconds into nanoseconds.  Its theorized based on applied physics that if a person was able to travel at near the speed of light or faster (~98%) that they could travel through time, but the reality is, through relative time.  For example, if you were to travel at the speed of light for 1 year toward Pluto, and then back 1 year to Earth, essentially you would have leaped forward in time relative to the Earth as relative to the Sun, meaning many hundreds of years would've passed on Earth while you were only gone physically, relative to your travelling device, for 2 years.  So if this were possible, travelling into the future would most likely be possible too.  To travel backward though, its then theorized some sort of rip in the fabric of space is required, such as a wormhole.  Then allowing you to skip going the long way around and just travel from point A to B instantaneously.   In the wormhole case, if found and able to be manipulated safely, travelling both forward and backward in time makes perfect sense since you would be free to move anywhere in the universe at any given time and be there, right away.   
I've never really liked that theory of time.  The original theory is based off the perception of time, not the actual passing of time.  By traveling away from the Earth at near the speed of light your perception of the Earth appears in slow motion.  This is because you are traveling away from it at near the same speed as it is sending you light to perceive it by, causing the illusion that time slowed.  If you were to turn around and fly back at the Earth at the same speed, your perception of time as relative to the Earth speeds way up.  The actual passage of time remains the same, the only thing that changes is the perception of time as relative to the Earth by the travelling observer.  In reality the observer is still aging at the same rate as everyone on Earth.
Chriswin2010   posted:7/22/2010 1:19:26 PM  (Reply)
No, but I also just recently realized that if anyone were to attempt time travel they could not control their speed unless they had very sophisticated, and I predict that the first person to time travel will overshoot their speed and end up going into the future at an infinite speed or into the past at an infinite speed, and when they come out the other side, who knows what will be ther an infinite amount of years ago or into the future, they might stop at 500,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 years in the past or future....
Chriswin2010   posted:7/22/2010 1:21:59 PM  (Reply)
What the theory of time travel is asking us to do is reach speed that will reverse time or speed it up, but it is also asking us to pinpoint exact times and days, that is doing more than one feat at a time...
Chriswin2010   posted:7/22/2010 1:23:27 PM  (Reply)
To go back 100 years you would have to reach that max speed and shut it off in .00001 seconds or smaller than that...
Chriswin2010   posted:7/22/2010 1:24:06 PM  (Reply)
while being in the same location.... but that could still work if the machine was stationary and was only moving on the inside...  
TheColourCrimson   posted:7/23/2010 5:04:49 PM  (Reply)
I'm not sure if time travel either to the past or future is possible.  The only thing we know for sure is the present right?  I believe we live in a parallel world where it's possible that we are living in the past, present and future.  We hear people who claim to see apparitions, spirits or entitys - whatever you want to call them, but could those sightings be a crossing over from another world through space and time? It's kinda like tuning into a radio station, you hear those high frequency sounds until you finally tune in and hear the station clearly.....  .. like tuning into the parallel world you see the entity from the past or the future and then it fades out and is gone...   Just a crazy thought .....  


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