Monday, 30 June 2014

The Enigma of Time the Invisible Dimension

We live in a 4th dimension that is time. Our concept of time is an ancient one, from the earliest civilisations who recorded the passing of the stars. Today’s atomic clocks keep accurate time to a millionth of a second. People ask; ‘where will you be in 10 years? “I don’t know” is the reply; I have trouble knowing in the next 10 minutes. Have you ever wished you could slow down time or even speed it up? Yes, we have all been there when time seems be out of sync with what we want to happen. Benjamin Franklin said, “You may delay, but time will not,” but what if we could time travel?

If you could go back in time, would you? Have you ever asked yourself why we crawled out from the sea onto land? I hear you say – who gives a shit, right? The reason I ask is this. You have to assume that we liked it in the sea – so why move onto land? When I say we, I mean what ancestor of the human species who decided to do this and for what reason?
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 Perhaps, I would travel back to that missing link in our biological history and find out what happened, although the shock of finding the missing link might be too much to bear. Imagine finding out that we didn’t descend from some ancient species of hairy arse ape; but some other animal, one we hadn’t even considered as possible. The truth might be too unbelievable for the establishment to accept or even believe as possible.  Sometimes it’s difficult to see the wood for the trees because what we are told and retold over many years as true is perhaps not so, but this is convenient for the time it’s told. I know it’s currently not possible to time travel but who knows in the future; anything is possible.

There is also this paradox, there exists in the past a culture whose people believed in time not in a linear progression in going forward, but yes completely opposite to our present state of mind. They were called the Aymara, their time was not based in the future but the past, don’t you think that is completely off the wall? The Aymara considered the past to be in front because it can be seen, whereas the future is invisible, don’t you think that makes more sense than our current metaphors for time? If you get wiser you get older, it’s only our imagination that bridges the gap between your dreams and someone else’s, it’s a no brainer.

Then again, you may not have as much time as you think. We all do it – think the future as if it is a given. Yet, our time on this earth could be over in a fraction of a second.


Are you listening,  what are you dreaming?

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