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Tuesday, January 6, 2015


I had a thought the other day that I wanted to share with you. One that falls on the belief I have about time being different once we die. Or should I say, time is non-existent once we die. This belief of mine had led me to this new idea.. Does outer space hold the key to what happens after we die?

Let's look at this idea first... Do astronauts age differently in outer space? The short answer? Yes. Yes, they do. According to this article, this has been proven through science. ISS astronauts age a little bit slower in space than we do here on earth. Due to a principle of physics known as time dilation. Cool, huh? Time reacts differently in a sense.

Time Dilation is an interesting concept. In the theory of relativity, time dilation is an actual difference of elapsed time between two events as measured by observers either moving relative to each other or differently situated from gravitational masses.(from Wikipedia) Gravity, speed and possibly a few other things can cause variations in our age process when compared to outer space.

Here is where I get a bit paranormal... My belief is that time does not exist the same way once we die. Could time differences in outer space possibly somehow prove this? NDE's talk about how they float above their body and enter a white tunnel of light which takes them to the other side. Is outer space like a gateway to the 'stairway to heaven' once we die? Could time dilation somehow hold the secret to life after death?

I have so many more questions about this concept being possibly intertwined somehow. Here's a favorite question of mine... When conducting a paranormal investigation, why are EVP's sometimes heard a few seconds after you ask a question? Time dilation, perhaps?

In the next few months, I will continue to look into this idea and provide more details on what I discover. Stay tuned...