lol well i am sorry you are bored dude.
I thought the debate was, can science put any value to that one and only,or so infrequent to be of no significance.The sighting of an angel, the feeling of evil,the dream of the future..
i am certainly not finished with this. It is true that the rare can be missed by the science of repetition ...... but does that also make it 'other' in a sense too? As opposed to delusion. While we agree that visions and the like are potentially profound, others may reject their possibility because of science.
But ok here is a theory i have and i am trying to kind of test it with regard to a common spooky phenomena. Deja vu.
Like most people for years i thought this was just a freaky delightful thing, like weird dreams. But then the following scientific theory came to mind while reading a book called the arrow of time. What if the past and the future do exist in a kind of second time, similar to the space-time block theory expounded by the book, but in addition there are waves of 'now' across the surface of the block.
So, consider a wave of now, flowing over a previous history, and then something changes. Maybe somebody makes a different decision, or loses their balance or maybe by a quantum induced fracturing event a wall collapses ten seconds earlier than before or whatever ..... the wave of now will start to re-write the previous history that followed.
Consider the consequences, maybe the effects spread out and possibly rewrite the entire history of the universe. Maybe though they don't and the change spreads out and then contracts back because of the effects of that which hasn't changed..... and maybe at that moment if it happens to us, we get deja vu?
.....but wouldn't we get group deja vu?
Anyways re thinking deja vu differently. (a strange variation upon repetition in life).Maybe they are possible signs of something? Signals across different waves of now. Something waiting in the future for us to experience. Rare events that have a meaning if we can find it through practice. Anyone tried this?
(This incidentally gives a challenge to free will, or does it?)