First of, "the past" is not necessarily the past: let say in our "reality" one did not change the past, so it would be a different reality. On top of that, even if someone could change the timeline, that change would STILL start a new timeline.It seems obvious to me that anything that would have altered even a small event in the "past" would have an exponential effect on the "future" or "now" but we would have no knowledge of anything being changed. Everything that exists now is the result of everything that preceded it. We can remote view some aspect of the past and the future but that is not the same as being imbedded in that time frame which could make changes. Remote viewing the future will definitely alter the future for better or worse. Fernat.