Not necessarily endorsed by ThoughtCrimeRadio or Patricia Robinett, but interesting to consider…
Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor of philosophy Dr. Bradford Skow suggests that if we “look down” on the universe as if we were looking at a piece of paper, we would see time spanning all directions, exactly the same way that we see space at some point.
So what does this really mean? Well, this suggests that time as we know it is incorrect, in other words, it is not linear as we have always thought. In fact, everything around us is always present…
Once you try to wrap your head around this theory, you’ll begin to realize that it could also change the way we think of time travel.
If this theory is real, then we can’t simply travel time and change it. If everything is happening simultaneously — your past, present, future laid out in space — then it would be impossible to create “grandfather paradoxes.”
Instead, you will only travel through time and experience it as it is and as it always would be.
Quotes from A Course In Miracles:
“The present is before time was….”
“Ultimately space is as meaningless as time. Both are merely beliefs.”
“You do not belong in time.”
“Truth is so far beyond time that all of it happens at once.”
“Delay is of the ego, because time is its concept.”