Time Doesn’t Stop Because Time Doesn’t Exist
( this post is part of the article The Physics Of Abductions )
The first impression we could have is that something seems to indicate that time, for the moments in which the abduction is going on, stops. Things cannot be this way. If time was to stop then we also would stop and everything would stop. In other words neither me, nor the aliens around me could move. The same thing would happen also if space was to stop, because it is bound to time and, as far as we know, when space changes, that produces “not void” values for time.
As we have previously underlined, not only time seems to stop, at times, but it also seems to go backwards.
A subject woke up after a troubled dream, in which little beings were taking him and abducting him, taking him away from his bedroom. The abductee, who was not actually dreaming, when he wakes up out of breath and scared, finds out, looking at the watch on the bedside table, that he had woken up before going to sleep. He laid down at 11.30pm, and, after a long “dream”, he woke up at 10.30pm. Another abductee fell asleep while flying on the plane, and when he woke up he noticed that there was nobody on the plane. He got worried and became breathless looking for somebody, while the plane was flying, but he fell suddenly asleep again, or rather… he doesn’t remember what actually happened. Everything will stay in his mind as if it was just a dream. But is it actually only a dream?
Quantum Physics And Time Freezing
The quantum vision if the universe enable us, for now, to approximately represent the universe. Actually we had shown that Space-Time is a grid made of points in which only the nodes where Space and Time entangle, (and this is true also for Energy, but we ignore it here, to simplify – Author’s note,) are entirely defined (measurable.) So the Universe would exist only in these points while in their surroundings there would be nothing existing. Points lit up by the axes of Consciousness – we might say – that, as we had underlined before, works like a movie projector that gives life to the big screen.
From a distance, the imagine full of information projected on the big screen would seem homogeneous to a less attentive observer, BUT if better observed through a magnifier, we would realize that the image is fix only on the points in which the fiber exist, the texture by which the big screen is made. The image would be unnoticed and unnoticeable between the holes in the fabric’s weft, without interfering with it.
In this figure, every white dot is a virtual reality node, while in the black parts no reality would exist… We would travel through an accurate but quantized route, jumping from one white node to another, as if our life was a very packed set of photograms, but not a continuous action.
This vision of virtual reality allows us to have very precise measures of time and space and to consider, from one value to the other, not a variation of the same value but two values absolutely distinct from each other, where a second value would not represent anymore an alteration in space time of the first, but a specific measure, completely independent on the other.
In other words, our life would not be a continuum of situations but a long and crowded series of static imagines, which would follow one another on a hypothetical movie screen.
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