"The future ain't what it used to be."

Time travel

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Remember when you've thought to yourself, "I wonder what it will be like in the future?" You might have thought that 10 years ago, but know that future is here. You have placed your mind into a point of time, thinking what it will be like in 10 years, and now your at that point.
So your present now, is the unknown future of someone say, 40 years ago.
A person in 1940 thinks to himself what it will be like in 1999. I am living in the future of 1940, and in the year 2010 I will have been the past of the ones living in 2010. So In my present, I am now, and always will be, in the past and the future.
 
You are 'utilising' the synaptic pathways that your experience has created, ie remembering the past. You are then using the benefit of this experience and your imagination to project a possible 'future'.

We can all do this and we do it all the time without realising - decision making.

I don't mean to patronise, but what does this have to do with 'time travel'. There is no point supposing that these natural processes are akin to time travel, because frankly the're not. I can imagine travelling to Paris, but I don't suppose that imagining and actually doing are the same thing. One may lead to the other, but that's all..

Thanks (no offence intended..
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