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Is Someone Or Something Altering The Passage Of Time On Earth?
11-04-2012, 07:22 PM #1
Ruby Wolf Member
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Time should be going by for everyone at exactly the same rate and speed no matter what,either morning day or night,whatever happens to be going on,but it does not...

Time is definitely not experienced by everyone evenly and fluidly,because i think that someone or something is altering the passage of time on earth,changing the way it flows,the way it travels from the now and into the past as we move forward towards the future thats always a day away, because someone or something might be manipulating time and our perceptions of time passing by...

I have asked many people about this and they all agree,one hour spent at work seems like it takes three hours to go by and an hour spent doing what you really want to do,goes by in what seems like fifteen minutes,but fifteen minutes at work spent doing what you dont really want to be doing,seems to take an hour to go by...

Some seconds,minutes,days,weeks,months and years fly by so fast and some other seconds,minutes,days,weeks,months and years take forever to pass by so slowly and they should be exactly the same,but they are not,they never are and often looking back through the years,they seem to have flown passed so fast,but living through those years day to day,they seem to go by really slow...

Living from moment to moment through time,should be time always passing by at a constantly even rate,but it never does,because living from moment to moment through time is always perceived,felt and experienced differently by different people...

Why does time slow down for someone during a car crash or any other traumatizing event,seemingly transforming into slow motion,but from the perspectives of outside observers, that same time seems to be passing by normally?

Why does time travel at light speeds while we sleep,when six hours seems to go by in one second?

Some people have told me that the older you get,the faster time goes by and is that because when we are young,everything is new and inviting,but as we age more and more,we are seeing and doing the same things over and over again until eventually nothing is new anymore and time just flys by?

Is there a superior force altering how fast and slow time goes by,or is that someone or something manipulating our awareness of time?

Is the class three alien civilization who may have terraformed earth and created humanity long ago playing with our minds by playing with simulations of time?

If everyone everywhere threw away all their clocks,watches and calendars and stopped living enslaved by them,what then would remain of time?

Is time really anything more than a word we created to explain the changing seasons and the rising and setting sun?

Was the ability to time travel invented somewhere during the distant past,or during the distant future and so time travelers are responsible for disrupting time?

Are you and i upon this earth unknowingly flying across the immensely vast event horizon of a super massive black hole,accelerating towards the infinity of its singularity and that astounding movement is causing strange fluctuations in time?

Whatever it is,something unusual is going on,all the time...

"The separation between past,present and future is only an illusion,although a convincing one"...Albert Einstein





11-04-2012, 07:24 PM #2
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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Your quote:

Why does time slow down during a car crash or anyother traumatizing event?

I can only think that we have the power to control time. damned.gif
11-04-2012, 09:36 PM #3
Ruby Wolf Member
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(11-04-2012, 07:24 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  Your quote:

Why does time slow down during a car crash or anyother traumatizing event?

I can only think that we have the power to control time. damned.gif

If i was involved in a car crash,i would certainly want time to go by faster,not slower and so would anyone else and so why does time suddenly seem to transform into slow motion during a car crash,or any other traumatizing event,malfunctions in the matrix?
11-04-2012, 09:40 PM #4
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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(11-04-2012, 09:36 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(11-04-2012, 07:24 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  Your quote:

Why does time slow down during a car crash or anyother traumatizing event?

I can only think that we have the power to control time. damned.gif

If i was involved in a car crash,i would certainly want time to go by faster,not slower and so would anyone else and so why does time suddenly seem to transform into slow motion during a car crash,or any other traumatizing event?


Well, when it happened to me during a car crash I was panicked and maybe the adrenaline rush played a part. So, what I am saying is that (on second thought) maybe it is a physical phenomenon (fight or flight) to highten one's perceptions in a survival situation.
11-04-2012, 09:52 PM #5
Ruby Wolf Member
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Is adrenaline really capable of slowing down and speeding up time? or is it only able to alter our perceptions of time passing by? and disruptions of time during traumatizing events is only one of many other examples i related to in my opening post that could be the result of someone or something that seems to be altering the passage of time on earth in so many different ways,almost like "their" simulation machine is being programmed to change and effect the virtual holographic reality of what we think of as existence on planet earth...
11-04-2012, 10:01 PM #6
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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So, again, it may appear time has slowed down for less than a second because of the physiological fight or flight response mechanism coming into play before we are conscious of it.

11-04-2012, 10:02 PM #7
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This is a little hard to put into words,in a way that will accurately describe what happened to me,because once i saw the light of the rising sun suddenly speed up...

Early one morning in the autumn of 2001,i was sitting in a parking lot around 5 am,waiting for my brother to get out of work,so i could drive him home.This parking lot was big and i could see a lot of open sky.It was still mostly dark outside,the dawns light was just starting to brighten the horizon.So i'm just sitting there alone for about 20 minutes,thinking about nothing much really and looking out the windsheild.By now the sky had gotten a little brighter,when all of a sudden,without warning,the light speeded up! it got brighter outside way faster than it should have! the morning light around me and in the sky accelerated and got brighter faster than it always does.I could'nt believe what i had just seen...

This is'nt easy to explain and so lets imagine that total darkness outside is a 1 and total daylight outside is a 10.Well that strange morning i saw the light of the rising sun,the dawns brightness,change from a 3 to a 6 in only about 5 seconds!,it literally speeded up that fast! when normally that same progression of getting lighter outside,from a 3 to a 6,from dark to light,would normally take about 10 or 15 minutes!

My very first thought right away was that someone or something had fallen asleep at the wheel? Someone or something had turned their morning light dial too quickly? Someone or something was rebooting their super advanced computer,while reprogramming and downloading holographic sequences into their virtual reality world and they somehow temporarily malfunctioned,i don't know!?!?

But that's what i saw happen and thats when i first started thinking that we could be living within a simulated reality,really weird...
11-04-2012, 10:15 PM #8
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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Were there colors?

Sometimes there are optical illusions or phenomena at play. Here is a pic of colors 10 minutes before actual sunrise.

İmage

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunrise#Opt..._phenomena
11-04-2012, 10:41 PM #9
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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Did I kill this thread? 13.gif
11-05-2012, 01:10 AM #10
Octo Mother Superior
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No you didn't chuckle.gif

Quote:Is there a superior force altering how fast and slow time goes by,or is that someone or something manipulating our perceptions of time?

No I don't think so. I believe our brains are way more advanced than we can even start to imagine. Our brain can handle massive amounts of data and during a traumatic event we just become aware of a some of if for some reason. Remember when I almost hit a moose with my car. I remember all the things I was thinking and also thinking about how amazing it was to think about those things while i swerved to avoid a collision.

I think we have some amazing abilities so I'm not going to credit any aliens just yet. 13.gif
11-05-2012, 01:27 AM #11
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İmage

11-05-2012, 04:29 AM #12
Ruby Wolf Member
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My 80 year old great grandmother use to tell me when i was about 5 years old, "If you think time goes by fast now,just wait till you see how fast a day goes by when your my age" and that must be a result of when we are young,everything is new and inviting,but as we age more and more,we are seeing and doing the same things over and over again until eventually nothing is new and inviting anymore and time just flys by and so a 5 year old person and an 80 year old person could spend all day together in the same room and time will seem to pass by very differently for each of them...
11-05-2012, 04:36 AM #13
Octo Mother Superior
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Actually that's just common sense.

The older we get the more time we traveled through. Logic dictates that.
11-05-2012, 04:43 AM #14
Octo Mother Superior
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Time tends to go quicker as we get older because we've experienced more of it and it seems shorter in relation to what we experience right now.
11-05-2012, 05:55 AM #15
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(11-05-2012, 04:43 AM)Octo Wrote:  Time tends to go quicker as we get older because we've experienced more of it and it seems shorter in relation to what we experience right now.

Driving or walking down any street for the first time,will seem to take longer than the hundreth time,because the first time everything you see and hear is new and inviting and time will seem to go by slower while your taking it all in.But driving and walking down that same street for the hundreth time,everything is old and boring, you've seen and heard it all before over and over again and so time will seem to go by faster.But is time really passing by differently,or do we only think it is?



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