HAGART wrote:I will chime in and mention that I did say before that there are good arguments on both sides of this fence. I entertain the idea that our perception of space and time is all wrong due to our pathetic little brains which can't fathom how it really works.
I agree that there might be some missing keys to the puzzle of our existence and reality and how we perceive time, but when reading the start of that article you sent, Domintheos, I realized it was full of pseudo science. It uses scientific jargon to make it sound plausible, but it's a work of fiction. It certainly is a great premise for a movie or story though, and that is why ideas like that spread. We humans love a good story to tell.
This is all in my opinion of course, and I am not being argumentative about it.
I will provide a counter point in a few minutes when I find it...
Well, thank you for your opinion. However, pseudo science is exactly that--and you'll have to practice it in order to gain the "wisdom" of it. I totally understand how those "subjective" to their physical reality--can't see any "knowledge" in pseudo-information, that's fine and dandy; as a counter to that "subjected" mindset, my "objective" practice and experimentation using these "Pseudo" methods have gained me Wisdom--wisdom that only I will truly know. The only way for a "subjective" science guy to know what I know is to practice his own form of pseudo science.
I've studied quantum psychics and the like; the only different between "my theories" and "its"--lies in the fact that all that comprises physical science is the object, and it's practitioners are "subjected" to all that makes up the science itself. Sure you can look at is as they're objectively experimenting and researching "things", but they're subjected to what they're "doing". Henceforth, so am I when I perform exactly what these people are "doing"; were made up of these atoms and such that are multi-dimensional, right? What makes you think we can't command those "things" beyond this "place."
Lucid Dreaming is Life.