1. ## Quick theory about time and dimensions

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Okay so before i start off here, I would like to point out right off the bat that I will do my best to keep this as un-biased as possible as far as religious standpoints. This theory perfectly merges beliefs of christianity with beliefs of my own. So please dont start a religion war with me.

Okay so picture our entire life, The people you know, everything you see and experience from the time you are born until the time you die, as one big picture frame. Now, picture a human transport belt (those things you walk on at airports and such). Picture rows and rows of frames on the belt. These many frames all represent different dimensions. they all travel at the same speed. But we cant jump back and forth between them... at least yet... Now suppose that the frame in front of yours is one second ahead in time. and the one behind yours is one second behind. And as the frames all move down the line, they all become more advanced and civilized.

Now, in my eyes, nothing in the world is perfect. so imagine that somewhere these frames cross lines with each other.. this would explain paranormal activity. Also, is it possible that some advanced dimension down the line figured out how to jump dimensions? that would explain the extra terrestrial. Of course eventually, we all die. This is where you would fill in the blank based on what you believe. If you are christian, you may believe that your frame falls off the end and you go on to face judgment day.

If you believe in reincarnation you may chose to believe that you start back on another frame all together.

Keep in mind this is all a big metaphor. Obviously life isnt a picture frame
Please dont bash me, Its merely just an idea!

2. very interesting idea.

Now when you say jump dimension, are you talking time travel?

3. I am a firm supporter in multiple dimension theory
good metaphor

and as for time travel
if you were going to leap to another dimension you'd probably jump space and time and enter a new space and time

4. Originally Posted by wittlekidd
Keep in mind this is all a big metaphor. Obviously life isnt a picture frame
obviously not, as life is like a box of chocolates: ruined by there being nuts in it.

anyway, since you're in the mood for a-pondering, ponder how it is that we (humans) only ever relate the unknown to that which we already know - that's all we ever do. like, elemental gods are metaphors for the individual natrual forces, manlike-gods are metaphors for the distant lords and kings who govern us and so and so on, right up to the modern era in which gravity is presented as a ball on a table-cloth; and it's certainly no coincidence that the big-bang theory originated in an era of big bangs.

but, if like me, you don't believe in time, then there are no other dimensions of time nor parallel universes.
so, while you're happy to imagine what may be the nature of nature - i say, imagine the unimaginable.

5. Originally Posted by WingDog
very interesting idea.

Now when you say jump dimension, are you talking time travel?
yessir

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Originally Posted by PamperedKari
I am a firm supporter in multiple dimension theory
good metaphor

and as for time travel
if you were going to leap to another dimension you'd probably jump space and time and enter a new space and time
that is a good point

6. but time can work into it

like if you create a paradox you create a new space/time line based on changed that would be different from before

obviously not, as life is like a box of chocolates: ruined by there being nuts in it.

anyway, since you're in the mood for a-pondering, ponder how it is that we (humans) only ever relate the unknown to that which we already know - that's all we ever do. like, elemental gods are metaphors for the individual natrual forces, manlike-gods are metaphors for the distant lords and kings who govern us and so and so on, right up to the modern era in which gravity is presented as a ball on a table-cloth; and it's certainly no coincidence that the big-bang theory originated in an era of big bangs.

but, if like me, you don't believe in time, then there are no other dimensions of time nor parallel universes.
so, while you're happy to imagine what may be the nature of nature - i say, imagine the unimaginable.
Yes, time is an invention of man, keeping track of events either by clocks or calenders, but in the bigger picture, it's not an object that can be quantified. Once you take time out of the picture, so many other ideas are possible.

8. Originally Posted by dogboy
Yes, time is an invention of man, keeping track of events either by clocks or calenders, but in the bigger picture, it's not an object that can be quantified. Once you take time out of the picture, so many other ideas are possible.
Totally this. Least space exists.

9. Huh.. This could get interesting:

Time Travel: In order to find out how we can go back in time, what does time run on? Pictures are taken on film, what keeps track of time?
Ghosts: Our souls have to go somewhere right?
Reincarnation: Maybe instead of only being reborn, what if we can choose, or God chooses, to send us back to be this person or what not?

Some Questions that should probably be answered...

10. Going back in time would be the hard part but going foward in time is a little easier. All we need to do is go really fast, since nothing in the universe can go faster than the speed of light all we need to do is get close. Or we can send a ship going fast enough not to fall into a black hole since time drags on heavy mass and thats exactly what a black hole is. It wouldn't be far in the future that they would travel. Of coarse this would only work if we had a space ship capable of long distance travel and fast speeds.

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