The perspective of Gerhard Lenski is the idea that time is linear. Time is created to pass in one direction, not to stop at arbitrary points. This view of time avoids the paradoxes that would result from a theory of time which would contradict itself when trying to explain how the past could be changed or why there are two pasts.
The perspective of Gerhard Lenski explains how different subjective attempts at understanding the very nature of time are possible without contradiction, but implies that any attempt at understanding it must take place in a linear view. This view of time is that any individual exists in their own personal time reverse of the progression of the universe’s clock.
The Lenski perspective reverse of time has always existed, but can only be understood retroactively. This is because the Lenski perspective is atemporal (outside of time), which renders it incomprehensible to all beings who exist in some form or another within the flow of time. It cannot be experienced by anyone unless they are able to exit their perception of linear time, transcending their consciousness to a different dimension, known as “Lenski space.”
The Lenski perspective views history as something that happens over and over again. Each instance of history is in its own lenski dimension. It is believed that all the actions in the universe are only slightly different than they would be if one were to replay history, given infinite time. Therefore, all universes potentially exist and can be viewed at once. All actions that one could take in their own lenski dimension are always taken by someone else in another lenski dimension. As such, all universes that were once possible exist, and any universe that even theoretically “could be” would also exist.