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  1. The trouble is......she'd have to be talking to someone else with a mobile phone. Clearly there would have to be a second person. That would mean you'd need all the infrastructure, masts, relay stations, etc etc, to exist too. When you look at the video closely.....I'm not sure that 'she' IS actually a she. The way those shoes fit looks very odd indeed, in fact her feet are bigger than those of the guy in front ! And the face, when 'she' turns a little....looks very much a male face. So, there may be a quite simple reason why a male 'extra', asked to play a female part, was covering his face...and probably cracking a joke with someone behind the stage.
  2. Well, paradoxes in travelling to the past are inescapable. If I time travel to yesyterday, then there are two of me.....including one who was not originally there yesterday. If I had successfully travelled back to yesterday, then why didn't the me alive yesterday originally meet the time traveller from today ? People think that timelines get round this....but they don't. If I always have to travel back to a different timeline.....it's really not a problem to arrive back at my own, it just involves another step. I simply travel back to yesterday in a different timeline, wait a day until it is 'today'.....then there is nothing to stop me travelling back to 'yesterday' in my original timeline ( which is now effectively a different timeline ).
  3. Hmm. What happens if I transport my watch back to yesterday ? There are then two watches...made from the same atoms. That's an aspect of time travel to the past that is clearly a paradox. Unless the original watch disappears. If you replace the original atoms with the ones from the future, you then have a nice little loop. As the future watch would not arrive at the same place as the original.....the effect to someone in the past would be the same as if the watch had been teleported somewhere else, it would just disappear and arrive somewhere else. That also hints at a possible link between teleporting and time travel.
  4. I think a lot of people just tried to jump on the Titor bandwaggon.....but not one of them ever created a hoax that was as 'good' ( that's a relative term ) as Titor. Titor was evidently a hoax ( to anyone with a brain ) right from early on.....but he at least made the effort to sound convincing, and put a little time into his props and story. Everyone else is just so much very unconvincing BS. They can't even come up with amazing hoax videos like the superb Haiti UFO hoax. Now THIS is the sort of hoax material I find impressive.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=up5jmbSjWkw
  5. He'll have to rescue all the alien/human slave hybrids from Dulce base first. Just as well Roswell is not that far off.......he can then pop in there and start his Messianic campaign.
  6. I'm not clear what the big deal is with STF 1659. It's just a random alignment of stars.....the term 'Stargate cluster' is purely a nickname invented by amateur astronomers and doesn't mean anything more than Orion being literally some 'hunter' in the sky, or the Owl Nebula being literally an owl, or the Tarantula nebula being literally a tarantula.
  7. There is an existing principle that already covers that.......the conservation of mass/energy.
  8. Is that the same Titor who predicted civil war in 2004 ? Just how much leeway do you want to give this guy ? If there is a civil war in 3072......will you then claim Titor got it right ?
  9. Re: Just for fun...let's track Web Bot predictions! Well...a good prediction is one that contains events that nobody could possibly have just guessed from analysing current trends. But that is never what you see from time travel claimants. Again and again they 'predict' either things that have already happened....or things which any idiot can see are likely. It's not like there's any shortage of major news events containing unexpected turns of events. But whenever you read them in the news, the first thought is ' hmm...so where was the prediction of THIS ?' All we ever get is vague doom and gloom, or something along the lines of ' a plane will crash somewhere in the northern hemisphere in the next 3 months'. The latter is actually extremely LIKELY going by past trends.
  10. That's complete nonsense and baloney. These 'predictions' are so vague, and have so little context provided, that they could be applied to almost anything. That is the entire basis of phoney 'predictions' that con the gullible.....they are deliberately so vague and obtuse that the 'believer' can then apply them to such a wide range of events that they seem to be correct solely because the person making the predictions is hedging their bets. I could make a prediction like 'Presidential mishap'. That is sufficiently vague that I could then apply it to almost ANYTHING that goes wrong for Obama......which let's face it is a daily occurence.....and claim I have psychic powers and foresaw it !
  11. Hey....I'll have you know that the Dialectic invariant phase tranducer, when attached to the discombobulative electrotransgenic quantum tunneling microsingularity in a hyperspace eigenstate, transverses the dynamically induced superpositional dipole in such a way as to fuse the 11 dimensional membranes via quantum electrodynamic disparity and leptonic symmetry breaking.......and the end result is a cup of tea ! Of course...my next theory will be all about how boiling a kettle would be much simpler.
  12. Science is science. It is not something you can reduce down to anyone's 'personal opinion'.....it is the cumulative knowledge and wisdom of thousands of people over several hundred years. Science rightly demands proof......evidence. That is because there's all manner of claims that outwardly might appear impressive, but which when properly investigated turn out to have a perfectly mundane explanation and are not impressive at all. There is no other mechanism I know of for determining what is valid and what isn't.
  13. No....you continue to miss the point. You have no way at all of distinguishing between something that is 'prevented' from happening.....and something that would not have happened anyway. That makes the whole excercise utterly pointless. Look....on October 12th at 8.43pm, your house will be demolished by a meteorite. Ah, but now that I have told you about it......the event won't happen ! Damn....I need to stock up on Kryptonite. Saving the world from all these impending disasters is hard work.
  14. Re: Just for fun...let's track Web Bot predictions! Personally I would not be all that impressed. It's all a bit like horse racing. If each of 20 horses in a race had an equal chance of winning, then there'd be betting odds of 20/1 or so for whoever was the ultimate winner. But clearly that is seldom what actually happens and some horses are more likely to win than others.....and one might even have a 'favourite' with betting odds of 2/1 or something. The point being that the betting is thus 'weighted' in favour of certain horses precisely because those placing the bets think they are more likely to win. So even though the rank outsider might actually win......in truth the whole thing is never really a true 20 horse race. And it is no different with predictions. Just as the race betting is initially based on 'previous form' so too are ALL predictions based upon knowledge of existing events......and a projection of them through to a certain outcome. An alien who just landed on Earth would not have the faintest idea what to predict, because he'd have no knowledge of current affairs on which to base any predictions. That is why people predicting events that are likely is really not at all impressive. I predict the Democrats will lose the mid term elections. You may hail me as psychic afterwards. What is really needed is for predictions of things that nobody would ever have guessed using current knowledge. But nobody ever does predict such things. Unexpected things happen all the time, that not one person ever predicted. Instead people do no different to what the horse race gambler does.....and place their predictive 'bets' on the favourites. Well.....it's not really any big deal when the favourite wins the race.
  15. Actually no.....THE best test of prediction without influencing the event itself is one that is entirely possible and simple. Supernovae regularly go off in distant galaxies.....and a few dozen or so are observed every year by astronomers. These are events that have effectively ALREADY HAPPENED.....but their light takes millions of years to reach us. There is no way that predicting such an event is going to prevent it happening Of course, the predictor would have to predict the exact galaxy ( with precise celestial co-ordinates......right ascension and declination ) out of millions, and the exact date and time. Strange how there is no psychic person putting their neck on the line and making such predictions.......and none of our alleged time travellers can tell us any such details either, despite the fact that there are web sites detailing distant supernovae each year.
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