No time possible?


I told him I was going to give a review of the times in my article about what time really is. My theory of time treated the dimensions of time and how our concept of time is different from the reality of time. This, in real time, includes the movements that measure time and I believe that the fourth dimension of time can be divided into 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th dimensions of time. I had to consider the possibility of traveling in this discussion, but I have never made formal complaints. Now I have formulated a hypothesis based on what I think our concept of time travel is related to real time (every 4 time dimensions).


It is tempting to believe that somehow it is possible to travel in time. I myself would be lying if I said that I would have liked that there is no possibility of traveling in time. The idea is far from trying to believe anything to the contrary. After thinking, I am sure that 99.9% of the time travel is not possible and that I base this argument on the argument.

To fully understand this hypothesis, I must first describe how mankind perceives time. It is this perception that led to the conviction that time travel should or might be possible. I use the analogy of the popular digital TV recorder between direct or Tivo. This technology simply registers a program digitally and then allows you to access this information at any time. It is possible to rewind during transmission, fast forward to a point or save it to look at another time. When we look at our show, we are kind of moving through time. This means that a past event, the show was recorded and then can be played later. This allows your mind to know a segment of time that has happened. This is very similar to the way our brain works. The past is a collection of memories. Every event we have experienced so far is stored in our brain that we remember or not. These digital recording. Our brain has taken and the information is saved for later use. The future is nothing more than our ability to design future events. I wonder what studies have been done in the field of psychology on this subject. I should think it’s our past that allows our brains to design a future. We know that events occurred, so it is reasonable to assume that we can use the creative part of our brain to try to formulate what might happen in the future. This figure is slightly different from the completion of the plans. A person may consider going to dinner on Saturday with a friend. It is simply a matter of our ability to design another arrives on Saturday, because we have had days after Saturday. We know it will be Saturday again. So we expect dinner that day at a predetermined time. We call it and then go to memory, so we can make the date. We can not count this exactly as for the future, because sometimes we forget the plans we make. In making plans, we increase the probability of the event occurring. I guess it leaves two ways our brain looks to the future. There is the creative future, in which we can dream or events that we would like to do design; And there is a planned future, where we make a plan, commit ourselves to memory and try to make sure we are there to see the outcome of this future event.