So let's say I'm already dead and that I'm re-living my life in
some sort of dream... so when the time comes again and I die again, then
I will be having another dream of my life inside my other dream, which means I will
be always dreaming of my life, and probably this is the 7th time I'm typing this because
I am dreaming what I lived, and this is what I lived, but I've been dreaming it several times.
So when I die I will be dreaming again?
Sure there's not much scientific basis, but it makes for an interesting theory. The 7 minutes time isn't unreasonable, considering dreams don't match up in terms of what you recognize as time within the dream and what time passes outside.
let's say you die in 2034.
That means what you're experiencing now in "2012" is not actually the year 2012 but a re-living of it thru your "life flashing before your eyes." that means what you're doing now isn't choosing your own destiny but instead you're already reliving the decisions you've made throughout the years up until your eventual death in 2034. That means your 7 minutes of brain activity is over once you reach our own death. So what you experience as your life (for the second time) is what people in the year 2034 see as 7 minutes as they discover your body or whatv.
it doesn't mean that WWII happens twice.
I had to question myself and say am I slow or are they not getting this concept?
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