Hey all; So I kind of have come and started taking a different stance lately in terms of academia and the like, and the one thing I kind of noticed lately that I should have come and put out was this: Do we have to redefine the science constructs for the measure and theory of "time" first; before we can be able to on from there with methodology of actually going back in a rewind or hop back state, rather than being completely confined into one corner of academia where we can only see one rather than a multiplanar view of forces and the like? Do you all think we all need to keep it simple with all that before we can go on working from there with all that? I think it helps make things much cleaner and easier going on from there. What would be some good tests and measurements/experiments and theories to work with before we can get to "that point?" Do you all feel we kind of need to backtrack from Einstein and Heisenburg to Newton and Weber/Fechner to help us get to those concepts and ideas to help redefine those ideas and tread and pave way towards a new trail and direction we all haven't come across before? What cool ideas can you all come up with that can come help with that?