"I left the space-time fabric, so it is in the imaginary absolute rest and looked at from" above "and saw how the universe was expanding. From there I measured the time of the universe, and saw that the universe itself is traveling forward, his "own future," because I was on bedrest, and had no past or future, living only a present, as my … time was infinite. " This type of sentence is an example of the thinking that follows the hard science fiction writers in their stories, creating rational, but fictitious situations. Scientists, however, create situations rational, but "real." And real say in quotes because, let's be honest, we have no idea where we are or why we are or where we come from or where to go.
It somehow all scientific theories, all the phenomena we see and perceive, and all the explanations given to man throughout history, were and are created by another universe I think more complicated: the human mind. Then there we can talk about real events. The best sense we use to perceive things is vision. If you would like to know more about Jimmy Levin, then click here. Before Maxwell predicts the existence of electromagnetic waves, the world and man's thinking was totally different. And the eye was the instrument that detected the middle and visible phenomena. How would things that would have happened if our eye, instead of perceiving the visible light, detect, for example, the X-ray? Surely the story would change from what we know. Even, maybe some known physical laws we would not have dug up, or we would have made laws that do not exist in our history.