Mandela Effect: Present And Future Exist Simultaneously, New Theory Claims
A few weeks ago, scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) suggested that present and future exist simultaneously.
According to an article published on online blog Physics Astronomy, “the new theory suggests that time does not pass and that everything is ever-present”. The publication mentions that “time should be regarded as a dimension of space-time, as relativity theory holds — so it does not pass by us in some way, because space-time doesn’t. Instead, time is part of the uniform larger fabric of the universe, not something moving around inside it”.
Dr Bradford Skow, one of the supporters of the theory claims that “if we were to look down on the universe, we would actually observe time and events spreading out in all directions”.
“All this suggests that time as we know it is incorrect. In other words, it’s not linear as we have been thinking all along. In fact, everything around us is ever present”, Physics Astronomy indicates.
This surprising approach represents a whole reconsideration of time and existence, since, as the article suggests, it “means that once an even has occurred, it continues to exist somewhere in space-time”.
“The new ‘controversial’ theory is backed up by Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity which indicates that space and time are in fact part of an intricate four-dimensional structure where everything that has occurred has its own coordinates in space-time”, the report states. “Dr. Skow agrees that while things change and we see time as if it were passing, we are in a ‘scattered conditions’ and that different parts of time may be dotted around the infinite universe”, it continues.
Regarding this, many internet users reacted to the content of the article. One user called Leon wondered: “so, Déjà Vu would be some sort a time travel?” On the other hand, Sylvia expressed: “This is a philosophical theory. Interesting, but does science have anything to say about it?”.
Draw your own conclusions…