Golden nuggets of advice which essentially amount to “seize the day!” But is there any truth in them? The presence of consequences might suggest otherwise.
How a broken mug handle can trigger a look back at 2014 and weather predictions.
A common understanding of past, present and future makes for a happy home!
How a planned one-way trip to the moon is symbolic of my birth before my time. I should have been born in the future!
Children want the future today! Maybe one day in the future, they will, and I’m sure it won’t be long until they’re teaching us how to operate the controls of the family time machine!
Cars, video tapes and time travel technology. What do they have in common?
The “River of Time” is a commonly used model of the passage of time where time flows in one direction. But in which direction?
The movie of Ray Bradbury’s “The Sound of Thunder” uses time waves or ripples to perpetuate changes from the past into the present. But is it accurate? Should we wave goodbye to them?
d4 by Sherrie Cronin is an action novel for intellectuals! It has a gripping plot which incorporates a fully thought out phenomenon of seeing into the future, as well as addressing the philosophical question of what to do with that knowledge.
“What would you change in your past” is a common question, but often not much thought is given over to the morals of changing the past. This article explores whether we should change our past at all.
Darth Vader and Doris Day would make a good couple – they both believe the future is fixed. If that’s the case, the need for time travel may be under question. What do we expect from time travel if our destiny is fixed and the past cannot be changed?
Having children arguably takes you back to your own childhood…if not they make you feel your own age. Here I present a corollary; children are not just the future – they are our genetic projections into it!
Do we have a free will when we make a decision with time travel? Is the past fixed, and the future a set fate or destiny? The linear model of time doesn’t account that knowledge of the future affects the past, when even logic would suggest that is so. Alternative (multidimensional) models, such as those given by quantum mechanics would perform better. The future is yours. So is your history!
We naturally tend to think ahead, so is our psychology mapped to the future? How would you respond to the … More
Yesterday (or was it last week? 😉 ) I posted a timely thought which explained why history is important. I … More
I’m not one for history. It relates to things in the past. Not necessarily forgotten about, but it’s been, it’s … More