Re: theos-talk Time Travel,
Sep 14, 2010 10:10 AM
The thing is that kind of apt/surfing a/o synch (uplink) has very little to do with time or time-space (as in due to) which has/is a different sort of physical natural or physicality.
Understanding time-space, which I, obviously, think is next step paramount for the advancement of mankind, is, imo, more likely to provide man with a new replacement for fossel fuel than it is to send anyone back in time.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> 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@... <esapress@...>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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