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Um, yes, because the moment something becomes perpendicular, it has an end point.
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Originally Posted by Jagged_Steel View Post
If Time and Space cannot move, then how and why is it "taking a shortcut". This is a contradiction. If I understand your last thought in that paragraph, you are suggesting that reality is perspective based. Would this mean that the Universe only exists if you can experience it? And, if so, what is the situation before and after your life- or are you saying that life is eternal and has no end or beginning?
If i have understood him correctly
It cant take a shortcut if it cant move. But our perception of time is that it can move so to us it can seem like it is and make us think that there is a beginning and an end . And yes reality is made up of everything that is perceivable. And yes if it cannot be experienced or perceived directly or indirectly then it does not exist.
Edited by cdesewell - 7/26/11 at 3:03pm
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Originally Posted by Mobius01 View Post
Electrical misfire in the brain. Epileptics experience it many times a day due the chaotic electrical signals inherent in their condition.

Instead of sensory input passing to the short-term memory it goes directly to long-term memory, hence why you think you've experienced an event previously.
Perfect explanation. Strange how many people overlooked your post and refer to what they "believe" instead.
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I don't believe deja vu to 'simply' be misfirings in the brain.

I remember a few events that I had no way of knowing would even come close to happening
I'm sure lots of people have been at a stoplight where it turned green but for some reason, you didn't step on the gas right away. Lo and behold a car comes screaming across the road right in front of you through a red light. Is this a metaphysical experience? If no car had gone by, you wouldn't of considered it a deja vu moment; it's only afterwards that our brain tries to interpret the event looking for a reason as to why you decided not to go that one time. That's not proof that you didn't go because you "knew" there was a car coming that would've side-swiped you though.

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My senior year in Highschool, I started feeling deja vu coming on, and actually finished someone's sentence for them before they could get it all out.
Everyone nearby freaked out. It was crazy. Truly I read the future, if only a few seconds in advance.
If you're in a relationship with someone long enough, it's quite easy to finish their sentences. As others have stated, it's simply intuition. Many musicians who hear a song for the first time can easily pick out when the bar change is coming up. Is that deja vu?
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How is giving a very specific and precise example which proves a point "grasping at straws"?
Because you're skirting around the issue. My point was that a mathematical law never changes no matter how you represent it. The concept of 2+2=4 will always be true.

I didn't ask you to think about all of the ways the representation of the number two could be interpreted, I was implying the math behind the number is law/fact and is not open for interpretation. Rather than just except that math is a law and is not open for interpretation you decided to start bickering about how "2" could be different in different number systems, which is why you're grasping at straws rather than address the argument that YOU started, in which you believe nothing is fact, which is simply idiotic.
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neither time or space can "move" in the classical sense, they can bend, shrink, cut, take shortcuts or whatever but only according to your specific slice of the universe. in reality neither of them exist but are measurable by difference in perspective

as for deja vu - brainfart
Time doesn't exist?

Heh, depends on who you talk to. Don't all events essentially stack on each other? So that if you look at the universe from way back, it would resemble pages in a book.
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Time doesn't exist?

Heh, depends on who you talk to. Don't all events essentially stack on each other? So that if you look at the universe from way back, it would resemble pages in a book.
Yes and no if you were able to see it from "way back" then you would see all the events but they would not be "stacked" or ordered/linear as we perceive them they wouldn't look like "pages in a book" as you say.
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I was under the impression that time itself broke down at the quantum level and ceased to exist, and that time was an emergent property of matter? I read this a few years back, current theory may have already discounted this.

edit: somewhat OT but in the current Scientific American there is a good article on the current state of the multiverse theory.
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I was under the impression that time itself broke down at the quantum level and ceased to exist, and that time was an emergent property of matter? I read this a few years back, current theory may have already discounted this.

edit: somewhat OT but in the current Scientific American there is a good article on the current state of the multiverse theory.
Are you talking about Planck Time?

Here is the SciAm article on multiverses: http://www.mukto-mona.com/science/ph...iverse2003.pdf
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The only time I've ever experienced Deja Vu is when the event in question actually HAS happened (or one very similar). I've never felt that I've been through an event that has in fact never happened to me.

And if that really happens, would that not also suggest that our lives are predetermined?
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Time and Space is what the Observer makes out of it.

It´s all just theory, every Physicist can come up with his own model.

I just read a story of a Chinese Physicist claiming that Einstein was right Lightspeed is unbreakable and Timetravel is impossible.

Wich is against the theory and observation of tachyon particle wich in theory travel faster then light.

It´s changeing day by day cause nobody knows the hole truth, we just can come up with some part of it, and thats what makes our reality.
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