Multiple copies of yourself
When you go back in time you go to an alternate reality, a copy of your reality, not the reality you came from. There is a possibility you could go to a reality where a copy of 'you' exists, however it wouldn't be you, (only a copy of you).
Never use plate dimensions for time travel because the timelines are infinitely more complex than a human brain; there’s no knowing potentially where you could end up. When they were first tested a scientist was sent through a timeline, however when he returned it wasn’t actually the same scientist, he looked the same but clearly it wasn't the same man, it was his lookalike with someone else’s memories, character and personality. His realty was identical in many ways but with variations. I often wondered whether the other scientist returned to the reality he had come from or even a different reality altogether. Travelling through time in this way is precarious and shouldn’t be attempted.
The modified space-link that the gateway uses is quite different and quite safe to use, because the link is kept open to prevent a traveller from entering alternate time variations. You are able to go back and forth travelling vast light years across the cosmos, however forward or reverse time deviations do not apply, you’d travel in the same way as you’d travel on a high speed train, the time however may vary from one destination to the other but only by a few hours. Whatever the time is on Earth would be similar to the planet 1200 light years from Earth, as though it was as close as the Moon is to Earth.
The Arrow of TIME
We live in the thin line of the present, the future hasn't come into being and when it does we live that moment before it's frozen into the past, we only know the past exists because we have a memory of it. The past still exists but in time states, the same as the future, this exists in the same way. These states are dimensional pathways and they exist in an infinite state within 2D information in the matrix.
Two things to consider when travelling through these dimensions.
(1) You could end up in the middle of an ocean where an ocean used to be, because things change their location over long periods of time.
(2) You could end up in a universe which isn't set for biological life.
So... be careful.
A deja vu moment is when present time merge's with future time. We all know the past, present and future coexist.
The decisions you make in the early part of your life have an effect later in your life, however more surprisingly the decisions you make later in life can also have an effect on your early years, this is because time is connected.
Everything that can happen will happen and although the past still exists, so does the future but in a 2D time state and although the future is stored before we experience it, it lies within this state which could play out in a play and display of infinite possible outcomes, and once it does the information is never lost. If you go back in time to change something, you merely create something else within a new dimension.
Every moment is set to be played out within the infinite structure, so there's no need for free will within a single dimension, this is a predetermined state.
Within the essence of nothing, everything will happen, the feeling of being 'you' will experience a different dimension 'time state' within this infinite computation; you could in fact re-live your entire life all over again but with a different set of outcomes.
If you dive deep into the nature of matter you discover a play and display of potential electrons; when you measure a particle you cannot predict it's location and vice versa. One analogy is when you look around you, everything you see with the expectation of seeing it, it's that exploration and expectation that's actually creating it, we have a feeling we're in control steering the vehicle of life, however we're merely observing the journey.
Light warps around the universe creating the illusion of infinite space. Galaxies are hidden within our universe like a hall of mirrors, multiple copies within.
This is the smallest length in the universe, at this length the universe is entirely digits of information.
1 m (10-35 m)-
The Planck length of time is ten to the forty four times shorter than a second frame in all reality, all time affects all time, all the time.