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Quantum Immortality, The New Alternative To Life After Death


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It is well known that the Internet has brought people together to talk about any subject and relate their experiences etc.

In places like Reddit to name but one,  people discuss any anomalies in their lives that are out of the ordinary. Their are thousands upon thousands of these short or long descriptions. Many people on You-Tube put these in text to speech or narrate them on that site in video's, you can listen for hours.. Without the internet though these sorts of stories would have been untold. You can pretty much categorize them. From short two liners relating to brief little mysteries say about stuff missing and then suddenly re-appearing in the location like they thought they had left them, having been searched by more than one party several times, it just shows up. Stories of lost time, time slips, where people driving through a familiar location find for a while it either looks like it did years ago, or futuristic, then changes back. The most profound stories are the ones where people have an accident or something devastating happen to them, only to be unscathed or the impending thing that is bearing down on them, causing a certain death, suddenly is just gone. However, when they get home, things, or family dynamics have changed. Their lives are different.

Here are two allegedly true stories on that theme:

"A man recounts that when he was six he left his grandfather’s farm where he was visiting with his father, to look for a rattlesnake in the area that his grandfather forbade him from trying to find. He found it and rushed to the house to tell. All décor had changed, grandparents or father not there. When the owners returned minus the father they were not them. Police called, he knew his parents address and they checked, no parents of that name ever lived there?  So, he spent the rest of his life till adulthood being fostered."

"A man changes lanes without looking. only to find a school bus bearing down on him and unable to stop. He closes his eyes and waits for death. Nothing happens, he opens his eyes, school bus nowhere in sight. He returns home only to find his sister, who was sensible and caring who he was close with is no longer the case, she is out doing drugs and going out with dubious boyfriends. He is no longer close with his father and his mother who was devoutly religious no longer goes to church. He also splits up with his girlfriend as they no longer share any commonality. He, a baseball playing fanatic, is no longer any good at it."

Pretty profound life changers here. So was the boy bit and killed by the snake, was the man really killed by the bus? Did they both die here but get moved to a slightly alt reality. Neither were desirable, in fact the boy was totally out of having any prior existence as to where he went and the man had a big family situation change. However, they were both safe.

However, doomy gloomy, aside from the boy it is suggesting that the consciousness of one version of you merges with another version of yourself. That's puzzling, which one dominates, do you have an acceptance of a dual memory, does the one that just flitted in take over? Then what happened to the original one, was this an update. Does the fact that you still remember how it was identify a glitch where the two memories should have merged but it does not always happen correctly?  The incoming one remembers his past. And of course, you can relate this to the survival of the consciousness after death argument. 

But, while survival after death has only mainly subjective experience, The infinite timelines one is actually a "Theory" in scientific circles.

So, consider this a possible revision if you like. You go through life to experience it in full and then you die, but, up to that time, any threat to that experience to cut you off from it in full means you get moved to an alt life scenario and keep safe. But, you will not be moved anymore when you have experienced it enough. So, then you physically die. This has been labelled Quantum Shifting and Quantum Immortality with regards to cheating death.

And of course, can I relate this to our old friend, the Mandela Effect, dual memory, things not being quite the same. So was the Earth hit by an asteroid a few years back and we all got moved. But, some of us remember slight fragments of the old?

The above is of course pure, wild and out there speculation but enjoyed writing it.

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Lanfear63 said:

It is well known that the Internet has brought people together to talk about any subject and relate their experiences etc.

In places like Reddit to name but one,  people discuss any anomalies in their lives that are out of the ordinary. Their are thousands upon thousands of these short or long descriptions. Many people on You-Tube put these in text to speech or narrate them on that site in video's, you can listen for hours.. Without the internet though these sorts of stories would have been untold. You can pretty much categorize them. From short two liners relating to brief little mysteries say about stuff missing and then suddenly re-appearing in the location like they thought they had left them, having been searched by more than one party several times, it just shows up. Stories of lost time, time slips, where people driving through a familiar location find for a while it either looks like it did years ago, or futuristic, then changes back. The most profound stories are the ones where people have an accident or something devastating happen to them, only to be unscathed or the impending thing that is bearing down on them, causing a certain death, suddenly is just gone. However, when they get home, things, or family dynamics have changed. Their lives are different.

Here are two allegedly two true stories on that theme:

"A man recounts that when he was six he left his grandfather’s farm where he was visiting with his father, to look for a rattlesnake in the area that his grandfather forbade him from trying to find. He found it and rushed to the house to tell. All décor had changed, grandparents or father not there. When the owners returned minus the father they were not them. Police called, he knew his parents address and they checked, no parents of that name ever lived there?  So, he spent the rest of his life till adulthood being fostered."

"A man changes lanes without looking. only to find a school bus bearing down on him and unable to stop. He closes his eyes and waits for death. Nothing happens, he opens his eyes, school bus nowhere in sight. He returns home only to find his sister, who was sensible and caring who he was close with is no longer the case, she is out doing drugs and going out with dubious boyfriends. He is no longer close with his father and his mother who was devoutly religious no longer goes to church. He also splits up with his girlfriend as they no longer share any commonality. He, a baseball playing fanatic, is no longer any good at it."

Pretty profound life changers here. So was the boy bit and killed by the snake, was the man really killed by the bus? Did they both die here but get moved to a slightly alt reality. Neither were desirable, in fact the boy was totally out of having any prior existence as to where he went and the man had a big family situation change. However, they were both safe.

However, doomy gloomy, aside from the boy it is suggesting that the consciousness of one version of you merges with another version of yourself. That's puzzling, which one dominates, do you have an acceptance of a dual memory, does the one that just flitted in take over? Then what happened to the original one, was this an update. Does the fact that you still remember how it was identify a glitch where the two memories should have merged but it does not always happen correctly?  The incoming one remembers his past. And of course, you can relate this to the survival of the consciousness after death argument. 

But, while survival after death has only mainly subjective experience, The infinite timelines one is actually a "Theory" in scientific circles.

So, consider this a possible revision if you like. You go through life to experience it in full and then you die, but, up to that time, any threat to that experience to cut you off from it in full means you get moved to an alt life scenario and keep safe. But, you will not be moved anymore when you have experienced it enough. So, then you physically die. This has been labelled Quantum Shifting and Quantum Immortality with regards to cheating death.

And of course, can I relate this to our old friend, the Mandela Effect, dual memory, things not being quite the same. So was the Earth hit by an asteroid a few years back and we all got moved. But, some of us remember slight fragments of the old?

The above is of course pure, wild and out there speculation but enjoyed writing it.

I was going to give a very intelligent and quirky comeback involving the Mandella affect and dirty sneakers, but l will leave that for Claude.

For me l am more along the lines of if several realities are connected to ours, but atoms in order to exhibit certain properties have to be in extra dimensions simultaneously, (called shearing in Quantum Mechanic circles, (l know Claude), then does that mean certain conditions could punch through ours to theirs?

Or every time we smash particles together at CERN does that mean that there is a bright light in a corn field in another dimension that a farmer notices?

Or every nuclear explosion punches through dimensions 2-24, whereby 5 are inhabited, and one of those has a city in the blast area here?

Or the dinosaur extinction asteroid, upon its initial impact, because of the energies involved, caused a mini nuclear winter in another dimension?

Certainly puts a spanner in the Tomorrowland movie, and other scenarios if true.

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