Re: theos-talk Time Travel,
Sep 14, 2010 09:38 AM
Past is past and cannot be changed. All one can do is to go back and see
what happened. We hear about Akashic records being available to anyone who
has the psychic ability to look at them. Is not the present and future more
important than the past?
On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 11:26 AM, esapress@p3Gv5GJQM3woypUEOj0pvYAU5bBzflYybvT5N7WRjkpaB42uiL0U2-e65gdrM1tu_NW5FDxgBBuPuDKA8A.yahoo.invalid <esapress@p3Gv5GJQM3woypUEOj0pvYAU5bBzflYybvT5N7WRjkpaB42uiL0U2-e65gdrM1tu_NW5FDxgBBuPuDKA8A.yahoo.invalid>wrote:
> I think time travel is an ironic idea; I don't think that understanding
> time-space will ever enable anyone to travel back in time.
> I think understanding time-space will enable man to design crafts that
> can/will travel many times quicker than those of today or to build much
> better vessels for space and deep sea exploration/living; and I also think
> that man will be able to make some extraordinary advances in the Life
> Sciences, health and longevity for example - really, a variety of physical
> advances (weaponry included, sad-but-true) but I seriously doubt that anyone
> will ever be traveling back in time.
> Mostly when/if I hear talk about time-travel (ie traveling back in time) I
> tend to think it's just another fine example that we don't actually know
> what time isn't/is.
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