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An Experiment With Time - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online. J.W. Dunne. I WANT to state the theory in An Experiment with Time as clearly as I can in my own way; then to consider its application to. Precognition; and then to consider. J.W. Dunne () was an accomplished English aeronautical engineer and a designer of Britian's early military aircraft. His An Experiment with Time, first .

Experiment with Time

Dunne essentially has the observer step out of the four dimensions of the world line, into the fifth dimension T2 measures the passage of time on the T1 axes, if you will.

For those familiar with phenomenology: To me this difference between existing in T1 and existing in T2 sounds like the difference between existing in the natural attitude and in the phenomenological attitude.

Dunne, via the others he quotes, seems to refer to the phenomenological attitude as belonging to a psychical observer, and later this mutates into Observer 2—a higher dimensional observer. He calls you, the you in this world, Observer 1 or O1. Then the observer in T2 is O2. But using the same argument, he can argue that we need T3 to measure the passage of time on T2, and therefore there also exists another even higher-dimensional observer O3.

An Experiment with Time

And so on, and so forth. He concludes there is a serial observer, or compound observer consisting of all of these observers put together, where each the attention of O2 is trained on O1, and the attention of O3 is trained on O2, and so on.

He obtains a telescopic stacking of attention, which then allows him to explain precognition. Indeed, the dream state or any other type of unconscious state involves the loss of focus of O1, and thus O2 is free to roam as it pleases, and see things in the future and the past, smudged, in four dimensions. Upon waking, O1 tries to interpret the dream in three dimensions and fails.

What O1 sees is a flattened image that integrated both future and past events. Dunne also addresses the problem of freewill vs determinism.

The next question is how fields of different observers interact. Therefore, not only do we achieve a higher plane of existence when we die, we can also look forward to immortality on this higher plane. However, the problem with this perspective was where are you, you as observer, on that track?

Dunne essentially has the observer step out of the four dimensions of the world line, into the fifth dimension T2 measures the passage of time on the T1 axes, if you will.

For those familiar with phenomenology: To me this difference between existing in T1 and existing in T2 sounds like the difference between existing in the natural attitude and in the phenomenological attitude. Dunne, via the others he quotes, seems to refer to the phenomenological attitude as belonging to a psychical observer, and later this mutates into Observer 2—a higher dimensional observer.

He calls you, the you in this world, Observer 1 or O1. Then the observer in T2 is O2.

But using the same argument, he can argue that we need T3 to measure the passage of time on T2, and therefore there also exists another even higher-dimensional observer O3. And so on, and so forth.

He concludes there is a serial observer, or compound observer consisting of all of these observers put together, where each the attention of O2 is trained on O1, and the attention of O3 is trained on O2, and so on.

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He obtains a telescopic stacking of attention, which then allows him to explain precognition. Indeed, the dream state or any other type of unconscious state involves the loss of focus of O1, and thus O2 is free to roam as it pleases, and see things in the future and the past, smudged, in four dimensions.

Upon waking, O1 tries to interpret the dream in three dimensions and fails. What O1 sees is a flattened image that integrated both future and past events. Dunne also addresses the problem of freewill vs determinism.

JW Dunne's "An Experiment With Time" (1927)

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