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A temporal distortion occurs when two dimensions interact with one another, usually time and space
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Are temporal distortions a reality or they belong to science fiction?
Yep, that's me, and I must confess that I am bored out of my mind down here on Earth. At least I keep myself busy trying to find answers to the questions I may have. Today, I'm gonna talk about what is a temporal distortion.
Although this is all in theory, a temporal distortion occurs when two dimensions interact with one another -- and the observer may be able to catch a glimpse into "another world." Sweet!
Temporal Distortion and Ghosts
A good example of a temporal distortion in our world are ghosts -- provided that you believe in such things. Ghosts are perceived as visitors from the afterlife -- which is basically two dimensions existing simultaneously and temporarily co-existing.
In some haunted locations, researchers have measured magnetic fields that are stronger than normal. Could these magnetic fields interact with the human brain and cause hallucinations or temporal distortions caused by ghosts really exist? I dunno...
Temporal Distortion in Science Fiction
In Star Trek, a temporal distortion is a warp in the space-time continuum -- which can often be associated with the phenomenon of time travel. The Enterprise crew occasionally encountered temporal distortions in their journeys in the form of:
Temporal Distortion in Photography
Temporal Distortion is a time-lapse masterpiece from photographer Randy Halverson, featuring an original song by composer Bear McCreary (Battlestar Galactica & The Walking Dead OST). What you see in the video below is real; but you can't see it this way with your naked eye. This is the result of 20-30 second exposures, edited together over many hours to produce the "temporal distortion."
The video allows you to see the Milky Way and the northern lights in a way you wouldn't normally see them. This was shot entirely at night; the moon is lighting up the sky. Beautiful, isn't it? Not exactly a temporal distortion, but indeed a glimpse into another world. If you like this story, please take a moment to share it with your friends.
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