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FYI - sometime in past 90 days, timeline was changed. From what I can tell the alteration made our timeline diverge a while back. . . I;d say at least 15 yrs. , but maybe longer. I;m not going to explain how I know, as that is not important. But do know that sometime with in the year 2011 (thus far) a decision was made to alter the past.

 

Take it for what its worth. It's not a debate. Post a comment if you've sensed it.

 

 

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Yes, you would remember how the old time line was. The phenomena has been named altervus. You remember how the past was. But all present indications show that it is no longer that way anymore. A lot of people would just dismiss it as a faulty memory. But that only works as a believable explanation if you're the only one with a faulty memory. Shared altervus with others tend to suggest that the problem is not a memory malfunction. As an example, we all know that Michael Jackson is dead. Right? Drug overdose as I recollect. Seem to recall an autopsy was performed. Also his doctor being charged with a crime relating to his death. But Michael Jackson is rumored to be alive.

 

 

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DP, i did not say I changed the timeline. I just relayed the information that it has been changed recently and that the span of time from present to past when it was changed was around 15 yrs to best of my knowledge. Just a guess on the distance to past. It could be dbl, but I doubt it.

 

I know because my mind is not grounded (for lack of a better word) the way most peoples are.

 

 

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concusion,

 

While I agree with you that a lot of the posts are nonsense, I disagree with your ad hominem attacks. If you have a problem with a post go after the logic. If you have a problem with the poster as an individual grin and bear it. You can make your point and have sufficient support by taking apart the post itself without attacking the poster directly.

 

And, yes, at times I have engaged, out of frustration, in directly going after the poster. In most cases I, thereafter, make my apology for the attack on the poster. And then I go after the content of the, as we agree, silliness of the post itself.

 

So, go head on with your thoughts but do try to minimize the personal attacks.

 

Thank you for your cooperation.

 

 

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You're all a bunch of crackpots. Reason this place doesn't have more activity is because the insanity is tolerated here. Go post in the fiction forum with this nonsense.

Hmm...ever visited other forums that discuss the same topics? And we're ALL crackpots? insanity here on TTI? ROFL!

 

Don't know if you noticed, but, as mentioned at the bottom of the index page, this entire site is "fictional".

 

The MOP even pinned it in the thread " The Conversation Here Is...

 

" Time Travel. So talk about Time Travel. If you're upset because someone isn't making sense or is posting nonsense... well, surprise... the entire concept of Time Travel is nonsense right now! Deal with it. "

 

The reason why it is slow here at TTI, is actually because the true "nonsense" is NOT being tolerated. Seems that if some people can't personally attack other posters, then apparently they have nothing else to say.

 

 

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I thought "crackpot" was a complimentary term in the sense it means one can think for themselves independent of accepted knowledge or peer pressure. Anyways, this post was not claiming that I travel through time. All I was doing was offering little known information that our timeline was altered a few times in the beginning of 2011.

 

I am not here to prove anything. Don't believe me. I'm ok with that. The information was not meant for you anyways.

 

 

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Re: TTI is once again DEAD [re: TimeCrime1986]

 

04/17/11 08:49 PM (74.44.78.62)

 

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This bbs is communication hub. That is its purpose. Everything else is just camouflage. If X needs to tell Y something but X and Y are not in the same time, then this site works within a certain frame period. Once Y receives information and responds to X if need be, a record of X's original post need not exist anymore. The majority of posts and comments are by people interested in TT, but not involved in TT. This acts as the perfect screen, while allowing the original purpose to be broadcast over the internet.

 

It really works quite well actually.

 

 

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It is a claim, when you offer no proof except "fine don't believe me". Either offer up proof or go to the "Claims" forum !

Wow, look, it is possible to write a post and exclude personal attacks.

 

BTW: The reason why the Time Travel Claims Section was created in the first place was due to the volume/quantity of posts of people claiming to BE time travelers.

 

Paladius isn't claiming to BE a time traveler in this thread, but is merely discussing the idea that the time line has changed. Hmm...discuss, time, and change. He could have also decided to post in the Paranormal Section, or the Conspiracies Section, but those Sections aren't specifically about "time" or any changes within the timeline thereof.

 

Looks like he selected the appropriate forum to me.

 

That this site is used by time travelers as a message board, who knows, just maybe he's right. ;)

 

As a matter of fact, I for know for certain that there are several threads that contain hidden messages. I, myself, created some of those "hidden" messages, which haven't been discovered by anyone that I know of, yet.

 

Regarding the idea that the timeline has changed, I sometimes wonder what would happen IF someone did indeed travel back in time and WAS able to cause changes. Sometimes, I ponder on the possibility that Deja Vu events are caused by us re-living our lives, again.

 

Afterall, IF someone in the future does travel back into the past, and doesn't return to their own time, wouldn't that create a loop of sorts, causing a portion of time to play out over and over again?

 

"I" can't proclaim to know exactly "how" Deja Vu is caused, but , it sure is strange to be (i.e.) sitting on the couch watching television with the family, then have the sudden feeling that I've has been through the exact same event before and for some reason, knowing what the wife is going to do or say next AND it happens.

 

Although, Paladius might not be providing a satisfactory answer to some people, does not make him sound like a child, nor indicates in any way that he is a compulsive liar.

 

 

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Umm actually Deja vu is a glitch in the brain that when you look at something it registers in your memory before your active conscious

 

The most likely explanation of djà vu is not that it is an act of "precognition" or "prophecy", but rather that it is an anomaly of memory, giving the false impression that an experience is "being recalled".[4][5] This explanation is substantiated by the fact that the sense of "recollection" at the time is strong in most cases, but that the circumstances of the "previous" experience (when, where, and how the earlier experience occurred) are quite uncertain or known to be impossible. Likewise, as time passes, subjects can exhibit a strong recollection of having the "unsettling" experience of djà vu itself, but little or no recollection of the specifics of the event(s) or circumstance(s) they were "remembering" when they had the djà vu experience. In particular, this may result from an overlap between the neurological systems responsible for short-term memory and those responsible for long-term memory (events which are perceived as being in the past). The events would be stored into memory before the conscious part of the brain even receives the information and processes it

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D%C3%A9j%C3%A0_vu

 

 

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That's one thoery. As is pointed out in beginning of the quote " Most likely " is not an absolute. According to a Science " How Stuff Works " article, the concluding paragraph states:

 

" Although djà vu has been studied as a phenomenon for over a hundred years and researchers have advanced tens of theories about its cause, there is no simple explanation for what it means or why it happens. "

 

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Deja Vu experiences might be caused by different factors. That I have been married for 15 years, and experience a Deja Vu moment; that I can chalk it up to a forgotten similar experience is a reasonable explaination.

 

However, there are experiences that don't seem to fit that particular theory as quoted in Wikipedia.

 

As a counter to the Wiki quote is this:

 

"Some researchers, including Swiss scientist Arthur Funkhouser, firmly believe that precognitive dreams are the source of many djà vu experiences. J.W. Dunne, an aeronautical engineer who designed planes in World War II, conducted studies in 1939 using students of Oxford University. His studies found 12.7 percent of his subjects' dreams to have similarities with future events. Recent studies, including one by Nancy Sondow in 1988, have had similar results of 10 percent.

 

These researchers also tied evidence of precognitive dreams to djà vu experiences that occurred anywhere from one day to eight years later. "

 

" There are more than 40 theories as to what djà vu is and what causes it, and they range from reincarnation to glitches in our memory processes. In this article, we'll explore a few of those theories to shed some light on this little understood phenomenon. "

 

( How Deja Vu Works )

 

The Wiki quote is merely referring to one out of many theories, and whomever wrote the Wiki article including "Most Likely" in "his" description does NOT make his particular theory so.

 

 

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