Gang Stalking World

United we stand. Divided they fall.

Past, present, future.

How would you know if someone was changing time? What is time?

Some scientist believe that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, and so therefore you might not be able to change time. Many believe that it’s linear, with past, present, future, going in a line, happening at different times.

Others believe that past, present, future are all the same, and therefore they happen simultaneously.

Someone posted this wonderful link that deals with some of the new discoveries in Quantum Physics and I think it’s an interesting find.

http://quantumiscool1.ytmnd.com

http://quantamiscool2.ytmnd.com

http://yqpic3.ytmnd.com

http://wqpic4.ytmnd.com

The above experiments are simply explained with some flash presentations. They talk about wave patterns. How a beam of light is able to go though a slit of paper as a beam, but then though 2 slits as a wave. Meaning that the beam has to pass through both slots simultaneously.

The further experiments go on to explain that this wave pattern can be measured but only if not observed, meaning that when observed the wave pattern disappears and the beam does not seem to have gone though both slots at once thus making a wave pattern, when it’s not observed however the wave patter comes back. Almost as if it knows it’s being observed.

Also past present and future don’t seem to have an impact, the results simply will change based on observation.

Not sure how well I explained it, but if you watch the flash presentations, they are fascinating.

It got me thinking about a lot of things, including all those psi experiments in the lab. I know from classes I have taken, that if the experimenter was a none believer in the psi phenomenon the results were often less than stellar, and if they were a believer the results were often above stellar.

I often wondered if the belief of the observer, had any impact on those experiments, I often believed it would be the case, but proof was another thing. I think this brings it in closer, that observation might affect some things, since psi experiments might fall into these realms, could not the very expectations of the observer be changing the results, and if that is the case how will they ever get true results doing it the scientific way we have in place now? Just a thought.

Anyways the other thing it got me thinking about is past, present and future and if they are happening all at once, and if you did change them then how would you know?

How would you know that something had changed? I mean if time is not linear, and you can change things, there would be no memory that something had changed, no knowledge. What if someone was missing from the time-line, ofcourse they would not be missing would they, or would they? How would history be changed? Really we would just not know, because it would just create a new parallel reality, without any recollection of the other, well without almost any recollection of the other. Everyone would just think that’s how things always were. I don’t think anyone would know that things had changed.

If past present and future are not dependent on the laws that we know now, if things such as that could also be changed or reshaped, what if it’s all in the eye of the beholder or observer? Just like what was happening with the wave pattern. A little over simplified perhaps, but that’s where my thoughts were going.

I think my thoughts went there once again, because I am wondering how do you know the impact of removing someone(s) from the timeline?

Eg. I always remember the girls that died when the Amish school shooting happened.

Naomi Rose Ebersole, 7; Anna Mae Stoltzfus, 12; Marian Fisher, 13; Mary Liz Miller, 8; and her sister Lena Miller, 7.

It’s weird, but I always think that it changed history in some way. I always feel that one or more of these individuals were going to have a huge impact on the future, or already had? Not sure if that’s the word for it. There is just sort of a morphic emptiness. It’s one of those weird things that’s hard to explain.

I always wonder what if you could change the future, by removing certain people from the past, how would you know. There would be no trace, no proof, but would there be some kind of anomaly, or a sense that something was wrong or missing? Would that be the only sense that something was wrong with the world if you could do that?

Ever since it happened, I have always felt that one or more of them should have been on the timeline somehow. It’s weird. It’s like if a tree falls in the forest does anyone hear it, the answer for that one that I always liked, is that it’s the emptiness that it leaves behind when it’s gone, that’s the sound it makes. I wonder if the same is true with humans?

It’s not like a splinter in my brain, but it’s like this feeling that something just wasn’t right, like something is missing. I have always felt that way about this event, and yet never known why. I always wondered what the impact one or more of these girls would have had? What would they have done? What were they meant to do? What had they done? How had they impacted the timeline? If you could go back and change the past, what impact would removing them have had? The only answer ever is this emptiness, which does not feel right.

It’s one of the only events that ever makes me feel that way, and it’s odd, but there it is.

Anyways just some thoughts about somethings that I normally would not blog about, but just thought I would share.

February 24, 2008 Posted by | Amish, future, Marian Fisher, Naomi Ebersole, past, present, Quantum Physics, School Shooting, time travel | Leave a comment

   

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