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What if Time isn’t Linear?

I know we tend to think of time as a linear construct, I’m just not quite so sure this isn’t a convenient man-made construct your simplify something that’s much more complicated.

I mean, we’re born, we live a life, and then we die, right? That certainly seems like a linear progression, no?

As we travel from birth to death, we accumulate experiences that form the fabric of our existence. And the memories of these experiences are not linear at all, yet they form the foundation of our reality.

We can all effortlessly time travel to any point earlier in our life, and to some degree we can see (or at least imagine) the future – or perhaps potential futures.

What if deja vu wasn’t just an odd feeling, what if we really had already experienced the event in question? What if time can periodically become “unstuck,” and we’re not even aware of it?

What if we are in all possible states at all times? Death and life would be no different, indeed, one could be both alive and dead at the same time.

I’m not saying I believe this, but is it not a possibility?