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Progressive History Theory as proof of time travel

hegel123

Timekeeper
Certianly the idea of time travel has been stumped by the philosohical arguements that if you traveled back in time you may create a path of history that blots out your existence or the desire to proceed with such an endevour. If one changes the past (whihc they would by just commiting the act of appearing in an already established historical event) then the theory itself could be flawed. Who has the profff that the history we are proceeding with now is not in fact a result of such an event?
History itself moves forward, based upon our preception and understanding of time. if one applies the theory of Hegels Thesis+Anti-thesis=Synthesis, then one undersatnds that the process is the addition of a series of events (finite and defined) that leads up to the event. The event horizon then is a moment in time frozen in ordr to record history. If so, then all before is finite and defined (although to estimate the recording of all varible may provided dificulty in produvcing an equation), and all events after are not recorded, as the event itself creates a reaction that produces an infinite amount of varibles, thesis, possibilties for the future. In other words, one cannot predict the future unless they can account for all the reationay varibles created by the synthesis of the event(to a limited degree, for some varibles and future events are caused by intent, under controled circumstance).
Therefore if after an event, if it created infinite possibilties, than one of those possibilites has to be the possibilty of returning to the past events. If this took place, it would change the synthesis, however, it could be observed at the moment of the action, the event itself of returning. The dilemma would be that in order to return to the previous series, can not happen, for during that series (timeline if you may)the event would never have taken place. THe event of returning, would produce a distinct timeline, and all events after this would be unique to that timeline (although commonality would exist by comparrison).
However, that theory is sound, that if you consider the ideal of infinte varibles, one of those, has to be, the possibility of travelling back. Therefore the recorded history whihc is observed as finite, in itself becomes infinite.
OK, so, as my brain begins to scream, I have gone only so far as to deconstruct the ideal for the simplicity of understanding. To move beyond is the next obvious step. I ask for input.
The equation is as follows: Past={a1+a2}(recorded thesis+anti-thesis)Event/Present moment=b(constant/Synthesis) Future=c(infinity) a+b=c but c once established= {A1+A2} (unrecorded thesis+antithesis)creating progression. If c can = Infinity the c must also be able to equal {a1+a2} not only {A1+A2} due to the fact that the varibles would allow for the existence of that possibilty at one time or more. The reason is, we cannot comprehend the vast creation of possibilty by appling the term infinity. This is also established under the understanding that there is no end to history. That would create a circle pattern, rather than a time line pattern. I suggest that the past andfuture therefore are so important to one another, and react to one another in such a manner, that time is rather a progressively expanding sphere of events, whihc one could interact with all events wihtin the sphere onec established. Travel forward would be simply freezing one in an event, unitl future events within the sphere could be observed, while the posiiblity of returning to previous events is posiible, only creating an expanding shphere within the sphere.
OK..so..please..I'd love some feedback (blast me away, or suggest direction) I'm always open to new ideas on old theories!
 
Friend Hegel123

What you are describing is similar to the Alpha/Omega Models propsed by Rosenfeld. In Rosenfeld´s explanations we proposed that time was an infinitely expanding circle. With a defined theoretical beginning and a defined theoretical end, and in the middle an ever expanding set of occurrences that in themselves make up the actual quantum timeline of a given reality.

However, Rosenfeld goes on explaining that this circle is not alone, but rather interconnected by a series of successive circles or as you put forward, spheres, one within the other. These groupings of circles/spheres is what make up the quantum multiverse. At the end of these circles stand the great Prime Temporal Point, the center of the singularity called existence.

Until later becomes now.
 
I understand the thoery you explained, but it suggests a limitation in the expansion of time, in that it contains it within the explained sphere. My understanding would be that in order to change the constant reality, you would either have to go outside the sphere (tunneling perhaps) or find someway to interact within. I have a problem agreeing with limits when dealing with the subject of infinity, due to the very fact that in cannot have a limitation put upon it. To 'box' one is is to conform with the imposed laws, yet all laws are not constant, for there is always exceptions or variables to change the laws. Therefore, what would one suggest, that could crack this limitation, and if so, what might the results be? There is a concise explanation, and it must be answered in the simplest of manners. Comprehension of the law must be order before realiztion is found. /ttiforum/images/graemlins/ooo.gif
 
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