Knowing that time is just an aid for humans to understand progression, let us consider time to be progression here-just forward, backward, and idle movement. I just hit the letter "A" on my keyboard. It has already happened and is now in the past, yet i still vividly recall hitting the letter "A," what i was thinking as i typed it. Therefore, if i can think backwards in time is it not plausible to assume i could think forward in time? Zwei: How can i recall that i typed the letter "A" if it is no longer the instant in time where my finger was depressed upon the "A" key? I suppose i wrote onto my mind a memory, if this is the case my conclusion interests me: we live at a constant pace of writing memories into our minds so we have never lived in the present because by the time we could cognitively understand our experiences, they would already be written to our minds yet long gone a place in time. Drei: Is it not a fair assumption to make that the present does not exist; but instead our minds have the ability to go back in time and slightly into the future as is the case with pre-cognition. The present is a switching point between the future and the past, like a vertex. But a vertex is nothing but a compilation of two lines (future, past).