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Hey, your brother just died. No, that's a lie. I gotta keep you on yer toes.
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I've spent a lot of my life thinking about the idea of time, and what it means, and what not. I've come up with this theory that may or may not hold any scientific water, but it makes sense to me.
The basic principal is that time is composed of an infinite amount of discrete moments, or snap shots, if you will, that our brains have strung together in a metaphorical art gallery. If you think of time as a gallery and the viewer as humans, then this pretty accurately depicts what I'm trying to describe here. Time is not a flow, but it is rather composed of simultaneous moments in time that we, as animals, have evolved to perceive in a linear fashion.
I believe that this evolution must have occurred in some very early stage of life on Earth, perhaps when consciousness started to form, or even as far back as the cellular stage in life. The repercussions of this theory are that, from an objective perspective, there is no past, present, or future, since it has already all happened and is continuing to happen.
I also believe that some kind of quantum particle, which I have come to calling chroneons, are involved in our perception of time. Although I haven't thought about chroneons too much yet, I currently think that either their presence or their vibration is how our brains are able to get a sense of time passing, since our brains have adapted to the chroneons.
I have come to all of these conclusions, in case you were wondering, because I have periodically received completely involuntary premonitions since I was in 3rd grade. They consist of such a multi-sensory, intense and unique experience that I cannot begin to think that the premonitions could just be something as simple as my mind playing tricks on me, or something along those lines. I won't get into it now, though. That's a separate story.
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