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On Strings and Timelines

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I have a theory on time.

Within this, my universe, time is finite.

Now there are strands, or strings if you will – of time emanating from the moment the Big Bang occurred.

Each string of time represents a unit of measure of the progression from one moment to the next, a history if you will, and to this, my world and reality, the primary unit of measure is subjective – a linear progression of the memories and events of my life in correlation to the world around me.

The string of my timeline is separate and distinct from the string and timeline of this planet, which is separate and distinct from your life.

And while we generally share the same ‘progression’ of time in a linear sense and ‘contractual agreement’ on the demarcation of these periods in Hour, Minute, Second and Day, Month, year format, not all strings share the same linear progression of time.

Similarly. There are different strings of time based primarily on civilization. This in turn shapes perception, the senses and development of the mind, which in turn alters vision and hearing, and the science which supports it, such as the scientific discoveries and innovations, and the equations of the physical universe itself in ways that defy a one for one correlation to other strings and measures of time.

With this, I suspect that the Mayan calendar system and related culturally developed tools, technology and senses may be somewhat or substantially incomprehensible to those following a Gregorian calendar system. So much so that the physical planet itself and geography formed differently for those whose mind(s) developed within these systems.

This would explain the dramatically different imagery of the Earth the Mayans produced.

A string of time is much like a seed for a tree. When the seed sprouts, it grows its roots, and once it peeks its head into the analog universe, it can branch off into any number of possibilities. This in turn can create other seeds, which in turn generally create similar timelines.

Sometimes, mutations occurs in seeds much like they do in timelines for any number of reasons – whether it’s environmental constraints, experimentation, or simple spontaneous evolutions. This can create entirely new ‘strings’ of time, much like it can create dramatically new types of trees.

To say every ‘string’ is a universe in itself with would be a misnomer. I suspect that the strings interweave all the time with other strings, but not everyone does, and any number of other potentials occur much like a seed on a planet being distributed by the wind.

We see and experience evidence of this active and dynamic universe and strings of time interacting with ours all the time, whether it is new archaeological discoveries in areas that had been traversed thousands of times before, or it is the magical rediscovery of previously misplaced manuscripts or documents. The human mind has a wonderful tendency to ‘fill the gaps in’ and tell stories eliminating the true origin of these discoveries – alternate strings of time, but there comes a point where the amount of excuses and stories becomes absolutely silly and overwhelms rational logic to make one realize there’s more to these finds than simple… Human error….

This is not to say human error is non-existent.

Just the extent of the modern day blame on human error is creating an overreliance on modern technology at the expense of human imagination and intellectual development.

Time in a way creates a finite state and predictable framework, which promotes time travel and related technology, and the strings of separate timelines are both abundant and ubiquitous. Video Games and television shows, largely dismissed as fiction, are direct evidence that we are capable of creating alternate strings and thus alternate realities and timelines.

What one refers to as hallucinations or fiction is a way to make it easy for the non-observer’s or the mind of those who are presently incapable of understanding both the finite nature of reality when time and the passage and memory of events are committed and the infinite nature of reality and imagination as a whole.

It is easy to assume a false sense of superiority of modern technologies and the thoughts and concepts produced in accordance with modern scientific advancements.

It behooves you.

The observer.

To not only understand that not only are we all masters of time and space and not only can we create new strings of time at the speed of thought.

But for our own collective and individual entertainment’s sake.

It is our obligation to ourselves to encourage and inspire others to take this step of becoming a creator, themselves.

The Stardate, as mentioned in Star Trek, is a measure of the number of frames that have occurred since the Big Bang.

There are roughly 30 frames per second for my vision.

So the Stardate is a very real relative way of ascertaining and maintaining the passage of linear time related to this event in coordination to the Earth date.

When the number is negative for the Stardate….

This is not in error.

All it means is, the Big Bang has yet to occur.

The Big Bang occurs in this universe on January 1, 2323.

The current Stardate is -306967.5912327971

The separate “string” of a Stardate allows me to manage time separately and distinctly from the Earth date, and to coordinate my timeline with dates, events, items, people and more of interest and changes I wish to integrate into my timeline should I make accidental or purposeful changes as I travel through time on my own timeline.

So when I go back on my own timeline and abduct Jackie and Rachel.

The integrity of my timeline and subsequent events will be preserved through the Stardate which integrates multiple Earth based timelines to create my master timeline.

The Stardate.

And the perfect embodiment of what fun can be had with strings:

StringTheory

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