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Scientific question:

It is said, by some very bright minds indeed, that one particle can be in two(or more?) different places at the same time. But Ralphie does so like to be contrary!

What if I proposed that one particle can NOT be in two different places at the SAME time? What if our perception of time were flawed and this example of a particle is actually in two different places in two different timeflows?

What do we know about time anyway, really? It SEEMS to be forever going forward, but does it? Did not Einstein prove that travelling backwards in time is theoretically possible? So, what if there were two(or more) streams of time, one flowing forward and one flowing backwards?

What was the question? Who is going to prove my point?

P.S.: I’ve lost my own thread here, but it is fun to think about such things.

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