Some say the entire world is recreated thirty times a second. Maybe thirty is a low number. In any case the image our mind has of the world may be recreated thirty times a second whether or not the mind creates the world or merely perceives it.
Doesn't that imply that the nodal rate of all matter must be uniform across all space/time in order for the system to work? Otherwise people on earth could be viewing Mars while the Martians could be viewing a dark spot where earth is supposed to be at the same universal moment.
The point being, that if the entire universe blinks out at the same universal moment and re-assembles the next moment, what's to prevent someone from projecting themselves across the landscape during the blinktime and re-appearing elsewhere in the universe as simple as stepping off a curb? Like stepping through the Moebius.
If there were no time/space on the other side, there would be no physics to prevent that. But consciousness, desire and will would have to be there. And for any practical purpose, wouldn't that also appear to be bi-location if a person just kept blinking back and forth at such an incredible speed?
But then again, speed would have nothing to do with it, if they were concurrently living in their townhouse on Tau Ceti, in the County of Cetus,the Whale. Right, RightWhale?