- Joined Apr 11, 2010
I've said this many times before.
Human or animal's body is the kind of system that usually overcomes the causality limit in physics ,many events in such system can point feedbacks from future.maybe the same as concept called sixth sense in psychology.
This is science fiction just like the comic strip I posted.Human or animal's body is the kind of system that usually overcomes the causality limit in physics ,many events in such system can point feedbacks from future.maybe the same as concept called sixth sense in psychology.
and who controls causality?
philosophically, the more you become a land god the more you'd gian authority to play with causality threads.
consider birds have the ability to get aware of bad accidents like earthquakes and storms or getting haunted before happening, by showing special behaviours or signals .and human as a higher level of consciousness as well.Sixth sense in psychology is provable by signal processing and mathematics?
the word of "few positions" seems not suitable for that "true believers",due to implied physical limitations .I'm old enough to remember when this parapsychology mumbo-jumbo was tolerated at the academic level. We wasted plenty of time, effort and money on ESP and the like during the 60's and 70's at places like UCLA.
There are a few positions still open today for the 'true' believers.
Sure, and it's the proper answer for many questions like, "Would you live if you jumped off a 100 story building in your birthday suit?". Not impossible but very very very unlikely. You don't need to perform the experiment if the math is simple and obvious that your terminal velocity by Newtonian, Einsteinian or any possible reasonable theory of gravity is easily fatal to humans.Also a standard answer from some members here on these matters.
Exactly the point (violation of causality) that makes actual physical time travel to the past IMO ludicrous in any sane physical universe. It's not a proof that time travel is impossible in every possible variation of all possible universes, it just means it's very very very unlikely in this one. Mathematics is not science, it's a framework of formal linguistics that doesn't need to be rooted in physical reality. So the study may be 100% correct irt to mathematical proofs while also being a fairy tale.But according to the study, if you travelled back in time, before your own conception, and threw your father off a 100 story building, he would necessarily not die.
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