Time is something that we can see everyday, we walk outside see the world move around us, but is there a way to see a past moment again, similar to the replay on a movie? Most people (people that don't read this forum) believe it is this unforgiving line of passing ... Stuff, but in reality, Time can be more related to an average city street map. It begins with one main path (in this case a the orange lines), and some small separate entries (the white lines), describing how history is based upon a single line of organisms (the main line), and how a variable (the small roads) can affect the organisms causing it to divide, intersect, or just stop altogether, (in human history, this is shown with the gender of Henry VIII's child causing England to divide, the sinking of the Titanic by a Iceberg, and the climate of the south pole causing Robert Falcon Scott and his expedition to die. The city map also shows that the organism is not the centre of everything, as both it and the variables begin to grow towards a point where the the variables are too great for the organism to survive, this has been shown with the dinosaurs, and the Ice age. Both of these Times may have last for millennia, but eventually Nature caught up, and in a spectacular yet Horrible event, these famous eras were swept from the earth, and the next Point of history begins. If this theory is correct what does this means for us humans, will we have achieved enough to survive this act, or will we be just another milestone in the history of our planet.