When having a car accident, it may be the case that you’ll be able to recall each and every detail afterwards, describing that everything, the entire event, happened in slow motion, having the impression that time was dilated. This disturbance in perception, specifically concerning vision, is named chronostasis.
A thorough analysis was conducted of this phenomenon, phenomenon that occurs in various conditions, usually when you find yourself by surprise in a very violent and threatening situation that inspires panic, anticipation of death. …
A study revealed that around the globe, many people have experienced so called déjà vu experiences in an intriguing manner. The statistics revealed, considering the time stamps, that there is an alignment, some kind of synchronization, not occurring in a random fashion in relation to each other, but being strongly correlated.
After various inquiries, it is known, that the flow of time is intertwined with loops, that there are temporal loops, events are repeating themselves, we go through experiences repeatedly. …
The researches found a glass box with a letter, explaining that this(our universe) is not real, but a computer simulation.
“You are in a computer simulation of our own making. To arrange things in perspectives, your world is equivalent with a tetris game in the context of our world. Our world haves completely different laws, it would be completely inconceivable for you, is so very different, unimaginable for you(it is not discrete for instance). Here is something you may understand about us: we don’t have a definitive form/shape, we are constantly changing our forms, we are metamorphs if you may…
They were at the butterfly exhibition, finding catharsis, when she asked:
The room was filled with cigaret smoke, so filled that you could barely see or even keep your eyes opened.
Maybe we are lost, lost like leaves in the autumn wind
Just expressing some whimsical ideas. Attention! The characters that will be presented are pure fiction and the conversations didn't take place.