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the concept of time (the happening)

 
MotherGoose

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I'm off to get some sleep.. it's been fun! Thank you! byekitty
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thanx
4 the interesting quesions id like more of those

bye,
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rockon banana2 rockon
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who else has a good question?...
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no one is talkin so ima make a rhyme....


time can make you crazy
cuz its so fucking strange

the concept of time
is a measurement of change

its hard to explain
and almost to much to retain

but if you really try
and (actually use your brain)

youll realize its enough
to drive a man insane

stop thinking you can visit the past
drop the idea(it'll never last)

do you get what im saying
or is it to much to grasp
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rockon redface rockon
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is no one going to give me a question??? rant
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peace rockon peace

w/o two points in space,the only thing you could refer to is.... your movements(unless you can keep a good beat going forever and you have a photographic memory) what you were doing before you changed that way
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Not many things are impossible.
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Not many things are impossible.
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there is an endless number of impossible things...as long as you have an imagination.

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there is more than 1 type of time

there is also.... ummmm..."metronomic time"... a constant beat happening after each change in the happening...

in the happening... every person can refer to the same time.

but to older people...its been a longer amount of time in there whole life....


(if a tree falls--)would time exsist if you weren't there to realize

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bump
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hmph
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hmph
 Quoting: unspoken411

?
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Time travel imo is not possible. If you were to travel back in time, even if it was just 5 minutes ago, there would be no-one there, because the rest of the people would still be here.
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Time travel imo is not possible. If you were to travel back in time, even if it was just 5 minutes ago, there would be no-one there, because the rest of the people would still be here.
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even matter
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Time travel imo is not possible. If you were to travel back in time, even if it was just 5 minutes ago, there would be no-one there, because the rest of the people would still be here.
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It's sort of like superman I think.
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things are going to constantly move...never ending journey through the cosmos.and with the power to understand it is the greatest gift god could give to man! "the power of comprehension" most animals dont get to have such a gift.

Einstein once said "if you sit with a girl you like for a few hours it seems like a few minutes
but if you put your hand on a hot stove for a few minutes it seems like a few hours."

so...imo time is happening as fast as you want it to be
its happening as fast as your brain can prosses the information from your senses.

so if you try to prosses things faster in your head
you would have the ability to speed up time or slow it down(this is done threw meditation)

o and im not convinced we have a soul so i don't think that stuff about meditation
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OP TIME TRAVEL IS POSSIBLE BUT NOT PHYSICALLY
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bullshit......anything is possible
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Time travel imo is not possible. If you were to travel back in time, even if it was just 5 minutes ago, there would be no-one there, because the rest of the people would still be here.

even matter
 Quoting: DrEaMz

i really had weird experience of time travel...
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hmmmmm that is very interesting,

to travel back in time would that be adding matter to the existent universe 5 minutes ago and thus violating the law that energy can neither created nor destroyed ? Or does the process of time travel balance the energies between simultaneous universes (ie. 5 minutes ago and now).
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hmmmmm that is very interesting,

to travel back in time would that be adding matter to the existent universe 5 minutes ago and thus violating the law that energy can neither created nor destroyed ? Or does the process of time travel balance the energies between simultaneous universes (ie. 5 minutes ago and now).
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time travel is different than you think.concept of matter and energy doesn't strictly apply in spiritual sense.it's difficult concept to apply here
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Time travel imo is not possible. If you were to travel back in time, even if it was just 5 minutes ago, there would be no-one there, because the rest of the people would still be here.
 Quoting: purposeless 910185

Existence of 5 minutes ago has no properties of 3D space as it is now in the format of pure time current material.

Space only exists for an infinitesimal duration instance as absolute static we label "the present".

There is, of coures, a constant roaring string of conversions where infinite time current kinetic converts to all infinite space, then back again into all infinite time kinetic.

Time is space that is absolute kinetic.

Space is time that is absolute static.

It's that darned anomaly in the way of the time current that causes all time to convert into all space in a roaring string.

The time current originates from the infinite expanse and floods to the ONE infinitely kinetic, infinitesimal singularity. (Father)

Everything was just fine and infinitely perfect until that Anomaly (Son) stepped in the current path. (which It always has been)

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things are going to constantly move...never ending journey through the cosmos.and with the power to understand it is the greatest gift god could give to man! "the power of comprehension" most animals dont get to have such a gift.

Einstein once said "if you sit with a girl you like for a few hours it seems like a few minutes
but if you put your hand on a hot stove for a few minutes it seems like a few hours."

so...imo time is happening as fast as you want it to be
its happening as fast as your brain can prosses the information from your senses.

so if you try to prosses things faster in your head
you would have the ability to speed up time or slow it down(this is done threw meditation)

o and im not convinced we have a soul so i don't think that stuff about meditation

OP TIME TRAVEL IS POSSIBLE BUT NOT PHYSICALLY
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1064935

ok,
i might agree with you if i had a soul..but thats "if" i do.

in my life experience i have seen no evidence obvious enough to convince me.

but i did think about the physical part alot
and i began to find myself not thinking anything else but this for a long time.

i have 4 parents (all with a different religion)

Jewish, christian, agnostic, and witness

and none of them have turned out to be "my" true destiny....
but who knows...we all change
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id like to hear more about other peoples opinions....
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bump rockon bump
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o and im not convinced we have a soul so i don't think that stuff about meditation
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We don't have a Soul: is the Soul that has us. We are just some facets of each Soul. I am not my soul but only perhaps the worst facets of it that must be rethought.
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o and im not convinced we have a soul so i don't think that stuff about meditation


We don't have a Soul: is the Soul that has us. We are just some facets of each Soul. I am not my soul but only perhaps the worst facets of it that must be rethought.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1063668

...ok rockon

rock on spiritual dude
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one."~Albert Einstein

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