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  1. http://www.iaf.nl/Users/Meridian/time.htm What relations are there between the time of physics and that of human experience?
  2. http://www.iglou.com/homepages/emonk/dreams/Time.htm An Experiment with Time A tribute to the dream work of J.W. Dunne
  3. Hi Mokrie dela, thank you for your kind message :) ]"Did you ever see the Back to the Future movies?" Oh, yes, I did. That is a very, very good movie. It's a trilogy. And I am waiting for the next movie: Back to the Future IV... Clik here, please: http://www.bttf.com/bttf4.htm Just some thoughts about time travel: I think we usually think too linearly. If we are evolving till someday we transcend space and time, why wouldn't it be possible when this happens? Why wouldn't this be possible NOW, when we are free from this physical body in a state that time and space does not matt
  4. Hello, I'm back trying to correct some mistakes. I'm sorry, apparently my unhappy previous message was a whole disaster, hein?... Glup! :P I think there was a problem of communication. As I said before an another e-mail, I don't speak English very well (in fact very, very bad). So I think I didn't know to choose the correct 'words' to express the idea ("arrange", "meeting", "meet" or "encounter"?). I don't have a Teacher of English all day long. I went somewhat precipitate for send that message without an appropriate verification of the word's signification. So please don't take
  5. Hi all, I have had an idea: Make/arrange a meeting with yourself, a meeting with a future self... literally. If you are a soul, if you are eternal, then you have all time the world to try traveling in Time, and so to back from the future! Did you understand? YOU WILL BE A TIME TRAVELLER IN THE REMOTE FUTURE! Then... back!... return from the future!... Think about it carefully. Untill we meet again :) , Marcelo. "We must expand our imaginations to include the truth." - Elia Wise
  6. Greetings, Time Machines: Time Travel in Physics, Metaphysics, and Science Fiction Paul J. Nahin. Question: Do you read and have any commentaries on this book or any texts about or of this book, which you could to share with me/us? Is it really a good book? I don't read it yet...;P Sorry for my bad English, please... I do not speak/write your language very well... Hugs :), Marcelo. ------------ Time Machines: Time Travel in Physics, Metaphysics, and Science Fiction Paul J. Nahin P. J. Nahin Format: Hardcover, 2nd ed., 628pp. ABOUT THIS ITEM From The Publis
  7. Hi Folks ;), Here is a very good text about Robert A. Monroe and his fascinating experiences with astral travel and time travel. This text was received from the VML-Voyagers Mailing List, of the Monroe Institute, http://www.monroeinstitute.org/ <...He says he has seen the future, he has been there, although he will only describe it in sketchy terms.[bR> Nuclear war, for example, will not occur, says Monroe, at least not on a global scale: "There will be contamination, but not from bombs nuking all over the place. The contamination will be astronomical." People will be able
  8. Hello group :), Here is a very interesting text about time travel: http://www.arts.unimelb.edu.au/amu/ucr/student/1996/m.joyce/timetrav.htm Copyright © Michael Joyce 1996 10 Is time travel to the past logically possible? Is it logically possible for you to travel back and have a conversation with your former self? Could you kill your former self? Could you do anything to anyone, or could they do anything to you, which you had not already done or had done to you? Would you, or anyone else, in such circumstances, be a free agent? Introduction Long a favourite topi
  9. Hi list :). Interesting texts. Clik here: http://www.time.com/time/magazine/articles/0,3266,42371,00.html Will We Travel Back (Or Forward) In Time? Einstein proved we can travel forward by moving near light speed. Backward requires a wormhole, cosmic string and a lot of luck BY J. RICHARD GOTT III -- http://www.sciencenews.org/20000610/fob7.asp Light pulses flout sacrosanct speed limit P. Weiss Five years ago, a wave of discontent swept away the 55-mile-per-hour U.S. speed limit. Nowadays, some physicists are taking a hard look at the 670-million-miles-per-hour s
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