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I believe it was the Ibn Ezra that once said, the Past is Gone, the Future is not yet, the Present is but a mere second, so why worry? In Hebrew: העבר אין, העתיד עדיין, ההוה כהרף אין, דאגה מנין.

I think that the common concept of TTtime travel is virtually impossible as it's nonexsistantnon-existent. But... Hashem created time, which means he's above time, so to Him past present and future are one and the same, thereby he could'vecould have theoretically taken Moshe out of the realm of time and put him in R Akiva's Yeshiva. 

The question here is though, did R Akiva see Moshe, could the people around him see him? Probably not as I believe a 20 foot tall with a shining face man would really stand out. So I agree with those that say it was a vision.

I believe it was the Ibn Ezra that once said, the Past is Gone, the Future is not yet, the Present is but a mere second, so why worry? In Hebrew: העבר אין, העתיד עדיין, ההוה כהרף אין, דאגה מנין.

I think that the common concept of TT is virtually impossible as it's nonexsistant. But... Hashem created time, which means he's above time, so to Him past present and future are one and the same, thereby he could've theoretically taken Moshe out of the realm of time and put him in R Akiva's Yeshiva. The question here is though, did R Akiva see Moshe, could the people around him see him? Probably not as I believe a 20 foot tall with a shining face man would really stand out. So I agree with those that say it was a vision.

I believe it was the Ibn Ezra that once said, the Past is Gone, the Future is not yet, the Present is but a mere second, so why worry? In Hebrew: העבר אין, העתיד עדיין, ההוה כהרף אין, דאגה מנין.

I think that the common concept of time travel is virtually impossible as it's non-existent. But... Hashem created time, which means he's above time, so to Him past present and future are one and the same, thereby he could have theoretically taken Moshe out of the realm of time and put him in R Akiva's Yeshiva. 

The question here is though, did R Akiva see Moshe, could the people around him see him? Probably not as I believe a 20 foot tall with a shining face man would really stand out. So I agree with those that say it was a vision.

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I believe it was the Ibn Ezra that once said, the Past is Gone, the Future is not yet, the Present is but a mere second, so why worry? In Hebrew: העבר אין, העתיד עדיין, ההוה כהרף אין, דאגה מנין.

I think that the common concept of TT is virtually impossible as it's nonexsistant. But... Hashem created time, which means he's above time, so to Him past present and future are one and the same, thereby he could've theoretically taken Moshe out of the realm of time and put him in R Akiva's Yeshiva. The question here is though, did R Akiva see Moshe, could the people around him see him? Probably not as I believe a 20 foot tall with a shining face man would really stand out. So I agree with those that say it was a vision.