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Does Time Travel Affect The Worlds Population?

  1. Mar 27, 2004 #1
  2. jcsd
  3. Apr 17, 2004 #2
    No, because whenever someone steps out of this time into a "Black Hole"(Hole in Space-Time), the exact same person steps back into this world at the exact opposite side of the world...

    That's why I don't think that you can mentally time travel, because your 'soul'(or something) is stuck on this timeline, so the second you hit the black hole's center, your 'soul' switches to the body of the same person that steps back into the timeline.
  4. Apr 18, 2004 #3
    What about the possibilties in the snapse? What use, would memory be?

    If a mind projected itself and set the stage for all things to follow, what manifestation would have been created in memories? What math would emerge from plancklength?

    If such assumptions are realized then, the idea of a lot of energy emerging through a point, raises the question of what Liminocentric structures might entail?

    For instance, superstringtheory's call for a theory of everything, might have been a universal pattern in the psyche of all theorists"? The call for wholeness:)

    The realization then, about such probabilties, in the small world, would seem destined then, with which choices we might like to make? We called this, all from a reserve? The potential patterns for all probabilties to emerge?
  5. May 15, 2004 #4
    Time Travel is a touchy subject I guess?:) Especially if consicousness is deemed involved.

    I think sometimes you need to see the consistancy of many fragmented pieces, images, to understand these are all part of a large whole.

    This idea of the klien bottle, speaks clearly to what starts off contained, can become the larger universe , and here in planck length, having run out of room for these discrete objects, what now happens?

    There is a whole new dynamical world, that has allowed us to escape from the confines of the world as we have always known it.

    Greeks held to their shores, for fear of a larger places, and no room to hang onto what was always once safe. Imagine Edgar Mitchell's view from space for the first time:) Until then math was a interesting feature of the fifth postulate, but now we have moved to hyperspace?:) So you learn to see different:)

    Paradigmal model assumptions immediately spark whole new set of rules. Are they consistant with what is being talked about today? We shall see :smile:
  6. Jun 3, 2004 #5
    oh yes, time travel definately affects the world's population. if you were to go back in time, or forwards, and happen to be at a certain place at a certain time, some one just seeing you, could change a thought that they were having that could, down the line, get them or someone else killed. and if anyone one person is killed, you just killed the entire line of family that once existed or is yet to exist. so, yea, it defiantely does.
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