Is the true realities of time go forwards or backwards?

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  1. BakerRambles profile image83
    BakerRamblesposted 6 years ago

    Is the true realities of time go forwards or backwards?

  2. somethgblue profile image86
    somethgblueposted 6 years ago

    They go in both directions and the present, we just haven't evolved to the point of thinking in those terms . . . yet, I suspect that kind of thinking is right around the corner.

  3. ptosis profile image72
    ptosisposted 6 years ago


    "Vedral explains that everybody is having a hard time at the idea of having a photon in two places at the same time. Another competing theory says no - that the third measurement affects the second measurement and that this is not to be thought of as a time travel paradox."

  4. MickS profile image70
    MickSposted 6 years ago

    I can't really work out what you are asking,  Surely, all realities are true, this is rather absurd like asking for the true facts, all facts are true,

  5. A.S.K.Preacher profile image60
    A.S.K.Preacherposted 6 years ago

    Time is a restraint. Think about a time when you were effected by the death of someone you loved. How long did that seem to last? Then think of a time when you really enjoyed yourself; how quickly did that time seem to go by. Now think of both of these events as happening with the same duration of time; a day, a week.
    We have all experienced these types of time occurences.
    Time is a reatraint. I believe this is so that we may learn or cope with events in life. I dare not say more at this point.

  6. profile image55
    R. J. Lefebvreposted 6 years ago

    True realities of time are from past events: it requires a time lapse to solve the past event recently, relatively speaking. While time realities of the future requires a time of reasoning before the event mentally materializes.

  7. tom hellert profile image58
    tom hellertposted 6 years ago

    i believe that time is only linear in small bits- Think of a winding road that turns in on itself- where the road can be closer to itself, making jumps to other times easier than to other times but - not impossible.  Maybe thats why some people go insane they meet their future self and cant handle it ... if they know its themselvesbut they only go nuts if they know it.
    Have you ever gotten help or a tip or good or bad advice from a stranger-what if that stranger isnt so strange what if he is you and you feel a connection because there is a deepest relation of self...I have listen to Coast2Coast AM, they have had folks on who have supposedly traveled time... If so- maybe thats how certain inventions have been created out of seemingly no where billgates stevejobs lee iacoca...Ross perot- too easy on that one

    coast Am

  8. Robin Cristy profile image59
    Robin Cristyposted 6 years ago

    I think that all things are one at the same time.  Einstein said that time is relative.  Perhaps that means that we create space and time so that activity fills that space and time.  Does that mean we can change realities? I think yes.  A reality can change if future events are created due to past events.  Think of life lessons.  Often they are painful, but in reflection, the experience becomes the building blocks of comfort, so what was negative becomes positive, and thus what was backward, moves us forward...


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