Past, present and future” are very deceptive ideas. In actuality there are simply things transferring around right now. Nothing else. It is our memory that confuses us into thinking in any other case. We have the power to memorize the earlier locations of objects. But the universe doesn’t posses any such means as a result of the universe (as an entire) shouldn’t be acutely aware. Memory requires a aware observer. No memory = no past.
Now you would be correct saying that, going ahead, our life – this life – would not have any recorded frames. However since there is no past and no future as there is no such thing as a concept of time, solely movement, it is theoretically doable that no prompt is ever misplaced up to now, and exists in its place present to the current current. I would journey again to a time to when Squirrels weren’t aroused by the size and shape of your pumpkin, or inclined to climb to the 4th story apartments, within the hope that your pumpkin would oblige a squirrel’s devious intentions!
Time travel can be utilized for very efficient leisure or simply plot gap after plot gap if completed flawed. In comic books resembling DC and Marvel universes time travel is often a solution to bring again heroes which have been killed off; whether or not to add to the story or to appease the followers. The villains normally strive manipulating time travel for evil while the heroes attempt to shield the time strains. Time journey is also a brisker strategy to discover the past moderately than utilizing flashbacks.
But now I’m confused by the above post…why cannot one thing be both dense and enormous? I do not see how that’s a contradiction. In any case, I understood it as a theoretical clarification in the hub. We have realized to understand and work together with issues based mostly on their observable materials qualities. Should all erasers on this planet disappear simultaneously, and the one proof of an eraser’s existence becomes your picture, then an eraser nonetheless exists. Only, it has misplaced its physical properties to become one thing else.