If the theory of relativity “time and space is relative”
by Albert Einstein can be proven?
I will not explain to readers in the usual scientific definition, but in a completely different light his unproved theory.
We believe that we are in the present. But we would be in the past, so our presence would be our future. Suppose now that our presence is perceived in the past, so would be seen from where the real presence of our future.
What does that mean?
It should make us realize that we actually live in the past and they perceive to be present. Our future, so the real presence, so it has already taken place as far as the present is completed.
Since we are effectively in the past,
is the supposed real presence of the future.
In the Old Testament and other traditions, a so-called end times, apocalypse and the end of humanity is predicted. All this information is transmitted to us by credible prophets in different cultures and religions.
Humanity has managed it so by their misconduct, the livelihood of our planet earth in the real presence of (putative future) to destroy.
We mentally go back again in our actual experience as perceived past. Important decisions and choices in life have determined our present. Could we return to the past and would make different decisions, then our lives would have changed accordingly, and we would have a different presence.
So we make other decisions today, and we change with our alleged presence of important decisions, so our future will be different.
Since our future is already known but as far as our presence is completed,
is the “doomsday” is already a reality.
As our future through our actions constantly changing and adapting to what we do, we can change our actions and through judicious rethinking the future.
God gives people so again one last chance to determine their fate.
I am aware that these findings for many readers completely “utopian” and seems to be understandable will not even mentally.
Many will recognize it but the boundaries of science and the beginning of faith.
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