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About dimaggio

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  1. I don't think the universe is awful when compared to the perfect laws of math and symmetry. If we take a look at the universe macroscopically, then it appears to be chaotic. But that's just because every form of math we know and yet don't know work together. If we look at isolated things in the universe then we can find every perfect math in it. It's like taking a look at something very chaotic, but when you take a look at it under the microscope, then you can see more and more order. And even if there is no order, then there's still some underlying form of math behind it, that
  2. Yet another addition (sorry for any posts from others inbetween): Ok, we are in a video room. There are 3 monitors, A B and C. For the moment we only need A and B. Peter travels back 1 year into the past. As soon as he arrives there we will watch HIS video feed on monitor A and his FRIENDS' video feed at B, simultaneously. So we're watching two movies, the one is from, say, 2000 and the other from 2001. The moment we started the feeds, we could see that the friends on monitor B saw Peter vanish. They looked at each other, puzzled, and then went on with their daily lives
  3. I think there is a distinction to be made when talking about multiple timelines. On the one hand you could say that there is a timeline for every possibility. This, of course, includes timelines where the laws of physics are different from ours and where there might be at least one where we live on a planet that looks like a can of peanuts and all humans look like scissors. But on the other hand you could say that when you travel back in time you will arrive at a point in the past that is exactly the same like the past you've come from until to the point where you arrived. "If" it
  4. Come on, could you be any more vague and defensive? You "know" exactly what I meant. :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) *Me trying to match up with your smiley count*
  5. What are you implying then, that you are a "knower"?
  6. If you found that amusing, then I bet these will be even more amusing: http://www.bullyonline.org/workbully/attent.htm http://www.bullyonline.org/workbully/npd.htm :)
  7. http://mindcontrol101.com/MentalismTricks.html Now that's interesting...
  8. Well, it depends on what it is they are doing. Just because someone is a professor, doesn't mean that whatever he's researching is always correct. He's just a human being, and thus he can be wrong. Being a professor doesn't make him right. So you're saying you know how to time travel, but only tell it people you consider "worthy". That's not very original and if you'd really don't care if people believed you, you wouldn't even say such a suggestive remark. But since you said it you just want some people to hang on your every word, because they think you can time travel and you migh
  9. It's not about winning. If that's how you perceive it, then you obviously aren't up for any knowledge or honest discussion. You then just want people to show you are the more reasonable. And saying "I'm stopping, just think you've won..." is just one of these suggestive tricks someone who wants to win, uses. Don't do that. Don't let your ego stand in the way of getting knowledge. Always prepare to be wrong, and then read up on new information. Alright, sometimes it ends with two people having differing opinions and neither can convince the other. But that only then happens if
  10. @hdrkid: You said you did astral time travel to the future. I hope you don't mind me asking this question, but how exactly do you know that it wasn't just a dream, imagination or strong hallucination? Did you foresee somthing that then happened afterwards? And you said that the more you get into the future, the less what you see has a chance of actually happening, because of divergence. Some people could say that this is a very convenient way for you not to be able to prove your astral time travel. But how do you begin such a travel? Do you meditate, lie down in bed to sleep?
  11. What's that supposed to mean? That you claim to know how to travel in time? If not, then why this mysterious phrasing? Or are you just afraid that if you present your theory that it could get chipped away at? Don't get me wrong here, I'm just wondering why you made such a suggestive remark.
  12. I'm sorry, but what has this to do with time travel? Isn't there an Alien & UFO's section for that?
  13. Sorry, but just because you perceive everything as entertainment, doesn't mean that it is its purpose.
  14. Objection! Are you serious? Ever tried to find out how the internet came into existence?
  15. @Pamela: Twighlight just explained the difference between SOME evidence and 100% proof. Then he went on and said the TT claimant just would have to give SOME evidence to at least be considered to be more than a hoaxer. He didn't say (as you immediately did after him): Proof or no proof. It might be true you can't get Proof (100% certainty) via the internet. But you can get some evidence (less than, but near 100% certainty to raise interest) which at least differentiates you from fake claimants, because THEY can't even take the simplest of tests. Real claimants can, though.
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