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Posted by Laura Gentile on November 15, 2000 04:43:20 UTC

Hi Richard. Of course, for humans, time is a forward 'moving' linier thing. But this gives rise to other 'beings' leaping in to our time level at any time! He he! Well you would think it so should there be other peoples living outside of our time continum. That is the ones that have that control to traverse. It just seems logically that there would be others, organic or not existing in various time continums or out side of time entirely. Even in our universe of galaxies there must be various time continums because of differing gravities etc. It would be obserd to say we are the only ones. There must be creatures who live so much longer lives maybe with bigger bodies or altogether different bodies and not necessaraly organic. Or a way different kind of organic with intellegence. Maybe we are just 'cut off' by our world and time continueum but some other beings could live in a sort of transcendant place that could traverse various times. How could it not be possible? Time is a really strange thing and it is one way in our world but could be a different way or many ways in other worlds. We know there are theories in science of other dimensions.
That is in theoretical physics. I'm just adding a little 'human' sci fy twist to it. Time may be relative to the place it is situated. Ours is linier. Anothers may be varied.

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