Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Interesting Thoughts From Time


Recently an article in Time discussed a new book: The ESP Enigma: The Scientific Case for Psychic Phenomenaby former Harvard professorDiane Hennacy
..." combines philosophy, physics, and empirical data to examine supernatural traits like telepathy (the ability to access someone else's consciousness), psychokinesis (the ability to use one's consciousness to affect external objects), clairvoyance (the ability to broaden one's consciousness to remote time and space) and precognition (the ability to see into the future). She spoke to TIME about Abraham Lincoln's eerie dreams, Einstein's theories of time-travel and the idea that anybody can be a psychic."
We have previously discussed the Lincoln dream as well as telepathy but this about Albert Einstein has not been addressed.See what you make of it..

"How do quantum physics and Albert Einstein's theories relate to precognition?

If you stop thinking of time the way those in the Newtonian age thought of time as an arrow, and you start thinking of time as the way that Einstein thought of it as a space-time continuum, the future already exists. Just like the entire globe of the earth is all there even though I'm not currently seeing it all here in Southern Oregon. Our brain only allows us to experience time as a series of recurrent moments. What Einstein's saying is that when we're talking about time we're really talking about a psychological construct. Time is like any other dimension in that it isn't limited. Like space, we have up and down, east and west, they go bidirectionally. Why would time be something different than that? If we didn't have the constraints of our brain and our psychology that limit our experiences, we would be able to see that."

http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1868287,00.html

5 comments:

Angie said...

Interesting...

Jacqueline said...

Thatz is really interesting read! Thanks for sharing.

UniqueNurseGranny said...

Thank you each for your visit and taking the time to comment.glad you found it interesting as did I..

The Empty Envelope said...

This is one of my favorite subjects. I am fascinated by string theory and it's implications if it is true:).

kim* said...

i agree interesting :)