A Patchwork History of the World: Part I

The truth about the historic record has, of late, been the inception point for many to the alternative sphere. One need only peruse the Stolen History forum to see that pretty much anything and everything is up for debate and interrogation. Obviously, the bigger picture of how we relate to the Universe, what that Universe is and what, for that matter, the Earth is, are intrinsically related to that record, but simply parsing recent fabrications, let along those of hundreds or thousands of years ago, makes for a potentially overwhelming task. Much of the focus for the Q & As

Time Travel 2: History Deleted

History. There’s the history books, and then there’s what really happened, or didn’t.  But then, also, besides what did or didn’t happen, there’s what might once have happened but has no longer happened because history has been changed. It seems that, in practice, the parallel timelines theory does not fly. That is, once time has been changed, that’s the only version that exists (no infinite yous and or multiple, equally viable branches of events and lives. At least, outside of probable realities, which is another subject). How does that old favourite, the paradox, factor into this? Sure, it’s theoretically possible