Remember this blog post “In A Haste, My Mind Ran Wild, And Aha, Time Is A Cup Of Tea!” I’d written in December of 2017 in regards to Time? If you’ve not read it, you can check it out through the link above. Basically, in the last blog post, I used the cup of tea metaphor to explain how I think time could be reverted to allow time travel into the past. This blog post will also be talking about time travel!
In the last blog post, I mentioned how you could imagine yourself escaping a cup of tea to travel back into time, I will try to convince you even more that it’s possible to do time travel in this blog post by using the 4th dimension. In the video right after the break, Carl Sagan explains how a shadow of an object in the 4D universe can be represented by a 3D tesseract.
Common sense tells us that 3D objects can project 2D shadows onto a 2D surface. Imagine what if you’re a 2D being, how such a 3D shadow would look like to you? Since we’re 3D beings, it’s easy for us to imagine how 2D beings would feel about 3D shadows. With this in mind, it’s obvious that we also know how difficult for us to imagine, if not impossible, how 4th-dimensional objects would form. Thus, it’s common sense for us to imagine up the shadows of 4th-dimensional objects to allow us to imagine up the forms of the 4th-dimensional objects.
In the video above, Carl Sagan suggests that 2D beings could experience 3D space and time by flying upward. Remember, 2D beings cannot jump up or fly upward because the up direction is a space within a 3D world. With space comes time! If we can imagine somehow a 2D being could experience time and space of 3D being, then we can also imagine how a 3D being like us could also experience the 4D space and time.
In my other blog post, I mentioned that in order for a person to escape time and space he or she needs to get out of her cup of tea and find another cup of tea with the same temperature and the right mixture of the same brand of tea of a time earlier to experience a time travel back to the past. Since it’s not the same cup of tea that is necessary for a person to experience the exact events of the past as the requirements are not strict in regards to the container of the tea (i.e., the teacup). The actual strict requirement is probably the mixture of the correct tea brand, temperature, and other ingredients that reside in a teacup. This means you could kill your grandfather in a cup of tea and rematerialize yourself in another cup of tea without being dead. How? As long the next cup of tea you jump back into got the right ingredients and condition that would form the right mixture of the cup of tea that you had jumped out earlier — this would allow you to get back to the present and still be able to survive even though your grandfather got killed by you when you traveled back into time.
Kind of confusing, but just imagine each presence could be recreated by a universe of parallel space and time. Here comes the exciting part of how I correlate the Carl Sagan’s video above to what I’m talking about. So, in order for you to jump out of this godly cup of tea, you have to exit your 3D universe right? In my opinion, the space and time of the godly cup of tea, godly fabric, could be formed by the right mixture of godly ingredients (e.g., temperature, tea brand, milk, sugar). Each cup of tea got its own fabric of space and time, thus each cup of tea got its own dimensional preference. With correct ingredients, one could imagine such a cup of tea could be formed many times over — allowing the correct dimensional universe to be formed many times over. In our case, we could see a parallel world with three dimensions without a doubt if you think my deduction is correct in regards to time and space in a godly cup of tea.
As Carl Sagan speaks how 2D being got kick flying upward into a 3D universe in the video, my mind tells me that if a 4D being kicks me flying upward into a 4D universe I could find the right cup of tea to jump back into to revisit the past or even the future. After thinking about this, I guess some people in the past — who believed destiny could have been written down before time — could be correct. How? The future could have been formed over and over again in the same exact manner or result in various manners in various parallel universes (i.e., in various cups of tea) according to my deduction in regards to time and space. So, our past could have been formed in this way in various parallel universes. Nonetheless, for a 3D being like us to witness another parallel universe I think we have to exit our own 3D universe and materialize in the 4D universe. Only in the 4D universe that wraps over our 3D universe, we can then witness the past the present and the future all at the same time if we like.