How much easier it would be to navigate through the future if you started with a fresh perspective on reality. In The Physics Of Things, Rob Wartenberg describes five basic elements of reality, time, space, gravity, and identity. Each has their own purpose and use. These 5 elements form three major categories of reality and each is intimately connected with all the others. With this information your thinking becomes more focused on how to move forward in your life guided by your understanding of these elements and how they interrelate with one another.
Space time and gravity are two of the most powerful forces in the universe. They tend to cause the present to repeat itself and the future to become predetermined. We are living in a time machine, the future is already written and you must learn to read it. The present is fluid and changes daily, never remaining constant. The future however is set in stone and can not be changed. In order to make any change it requires thought and action on our part.
Time and Space both seem to have a different meaning to us depending upon our perspective
What do we mean when we say that time is moving? How does time relate to the future and what is it for? Science has a lot to say about these questions and a new theory or model may well offer answers that we have been looking for. In Part Two of this article I will explore some of the physics of time and how it relates to our understanding of the future.
How do we see time differently? Are there really two ways to look at the world? Science has many tools to help us understand time. For example, light and sound can be used to show us the present and the future or to show us how fast time is going. By understanding the relationship between the speed of light and its relationship to time we can also get a better understanding of the forces that make up science itself.
The relationship between time and the future is complicated. If you look at clocks in general, you will find that they are actually very accurate. They do give us a fairly accurate idea of how much time has passed since the last measurement. However, we must also look at the relationship between the clocks we use and the natural forces that push and pull on the universe.
If we continue to study the relationship between time and the future, we may eventually learn that it isn’t just the clocks that give us an idea of how fast time is passing. For instance, we know that the Earth is speeding away from the sun but we don’t know why. Science has a few theories that explain the speeding up of the Earth, however, it is unknown whether those theories are actually true. When we put all of the evidence together we may find out exactly why time is passing faster than the speed of the Earth.
Some people get very frustrated with science
They argue that time and the future are part of nature like gravity or other natural forces and that science can not be trusted to reveal the truth. Unfortunately, science does have a lot of information that can be used to explain the changes we see in time. There are several theories out there that explain why we see certain things in relation to time, and it is possible to incorporate those theories into a bigger picture.
When you are looking at the future, it’s important not to look at what’s happening now. What you should be looking at are future predictions about what might happen in the future. As humans, we have been predicting the future for centuries, but with all of the different theories out there, it is hard to tell which ones are actually true. Sometimes it takes someone who knows more about it than anyone else to make a proper explanation. That’s exactly what is happening now with the research being done into space travel and what the effects of space travel might be on our planet.