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Re: Opinions Of Time Travel

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Posted by CR on August 8, 1997 00:48:09 UTC

: if all matter was present and there could be no more created then we are our past present and future . then our brain keeps us at bay. we have the matter within ourself but we have'nt been able to release or use the 90% brain power yet because it hasn;t developed yet. time travel is possible and it will and has occurred. we are not permitted to recall our travels yet. there is the power and it can be unlocked. the secret lies in our given matter. our brain is more than can be imagined with our present knowledge. just as the cave man wasn't able to draw from his power. it wasn't time yet and he did not know what he had. some people are more advanced toward the ultimate level on how to use our knowledge and change our matter to make things happen. this cannot be absorbed by the brain of today and one would call you a looney. don't doubt it there are things that you cannot even think of , and even the the most bizzare sci fi writer can yet conceive what is in store for man. only time will let them know the secret

Ummm... I agree that humanity will continue to progress for a long time but where is the proof for all of this time travel stuff?

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