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  1. Steven Gibbs told me that zero divergence time travel is possible, but that he built the HDR to send you to other timelines to prevent it being used to predict horse races or in casino gaming. Also, that there is no Grandfather Paradox as what happens is that your timeline splits into two - the original timeline and a new one.
  2. A tribal chief told a missionary about a noisy silver bird he was seeing. It flew overhead every day around noon. "Oh, not so." said that missionary. He explained that the "silver bird" was a metal 747 jet filled with hundreds of passengers. Also, that the noise was not the sound of its wings. It was the sound of a roaring jet engine. Chief told him that if that were so, these passengers would all come see him, because he was the big chief in that area.
  3. A society with enough technology could generate signals that move across time as well as space. That said, we will soon find out more information when people come forward with the movie extra's name. I have a bunch of old Charlie Chaplin movies. It is not on any of mine. Today's selection is take from http://politicalcalculations.blogspot.com/2010/11/wrong-path.html "In 2010, the median income of U.S. households very likely dropped from the $49,777 recorded in 2009 to a level roughly $2,500 lower: $47,211."
  4. Hi Twighlight: Also, the Lincoln-like president John Titor talked about was not elected that year. This slowed things down for us. However, gathering black clouds means rain is near. At least some people are getting ready and preparing. I have hope that some will survive. That said, nuclear armageddon is very near. http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2010-09/can-you-save-house-end-world
  5. TAKEN FROM http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-10-14/initial-jobless-claims-in-u-s-rose-13-000-last-week-to-462-000.html Imports from China climbed to a record $35.3 billion in August, pushing the trade shortfall with the Asian nation to $28 billion, the highest since comparable data began in 1992. Growing friction over exchange-rate and trade policy dominated discussions at the International Monetary Fund's annual meeting in Washington this month. Right now we have a record trade gap. Don't take my word for it see your local Walmart that has over 90% of items (not food) with MADE IN CHINA on the box, and then tell me that all is fine now. Where are our jobs, not here anymore - they are gone. Tea Party is start of second civil war. Politicians are liars - there is no recovery. Things are getting worse. Expect the city versus country John Titor spoke of to hit soon. Also, for food much higher prices.
  6. Here are some predictions John Titor made that have come. 1) People in future create their own videos [YOUTUBE]. 2) TV over internet [YOUTUBE, HULU] 3) Tubes replace by plasma & LCD [TUBES GONE] 4) Film replace by digital [PHONECAMS] 5) Internet over wireless [WIMAX] 6) Will you readily be able to identify the enemy. They will be the ones arresting and holding people without due process. [PATRIOT ACT] 7) Books and other forms of hard media are distributed on the web. [KINDLE] Still to come. Do companies like Microsoft, Yahoo!, and other internet software companies still exist' No. I am aware of the Mayan Calendar but in 2012, it was not something I was able to think about. When the time comes, I'm sure people will find the signs they are looking for that leads them to the end of time. Are the two political parties still Republicans and Democrats' There are no Republicans or Democrats to speak of. There are now over 10 major political parties. The average temperature worldwide is a bit cooler. Wavering western support for Israel is what gives Israel's neighbors the confidence to attack.
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    Hi Rusty: I believe an earthquake is an event that would fit your criteria because prior knowledge will not stop it from occurring. Also, an asteroid impact would be difficult to prevent, although our military could try to deflect it away. A time traveller from the future like John Titor might have knowledge of major events that will take place in the days to come. These could be used as evidence of time travel or at the very least being a precog.
  8. Debunkers come to this forum to make fun of time travel. They remind me of Terry Jones the man who wants to burn a quran. He freely admits that he has never read one. However, he wants to burn them and says they are evil from the devil. How would he know? It would be one thing if he read one cover to cover. Then he could give his opinion. Debunkers are all about hate and destroying that with which they do not agree. For example, moving threads to the HOAX section that talk about time travel because they claim it is nonsense. I have found that no amount of evidence can convince one. Yeah, they always ask for proof, but no amount of proof can ever be the amount necessary.
  9. Evil debunkers do not believe in time travel. They were smashing clocks to kill some TIME!
  10. I believe time travel is possible. The question is how much evidence do we need to establish proof? For example, if I say the economy is getting worse. However, someone else says we are in a recovery. Who is right, and who is wrong? Can I use this as evidence? Taken from http://apnews.myway.com//article/20100818/D9HM3KHG0.html Democrats are keenly aware that they face strong headwinds; 60 percent of people say the country's headed in the wrong direction. And it's hard to overstate the importance of the economy to voters; 91 percent of Americans say it's a top problem, with unemployment close behind. A whopping 81 percent of people now call the economy poor or very poor, up from 72 percent in June, and just 12 percent say it has improved in the past month, compared with 19 percent in June. Both are record measurements since AP-GfK started asking those questions.
  11. I believe that John Titor lived in Florida and had some idea of what was coming. TAKEN FROM http://www.cnbc.com/id/38572868 "The scarcity of jobs is putting a strain on the economy's fragile recovery from its longest and deepest downturn since the Great Depression." What is going on. TAKEN FROM http://www.cnbc.com/id/38562306/Hornig_The_Oil_Spill_is_The_Least_of_Florida_s_Problems "Take unemployment. Statewide, it ballooned from 3% in 2006 to a peak of 12.3% in February 2010." "Nor has the crash in prices bypassed the Sunshine State. Nationally, fewer than 30% of houses sold for a loss in the past year, compared to nearly 50% in Miami and 65% in Orlando. Many would be sellers are clinging to the cliff edge by their fingernails. Overall, 81% of all Florida loans are under water, with the average mark-to-market loan-to-value ratio standing at 138%. Almost 40% of borrowers are crushed beneath debt of more than 150%"
  12. Re: Just for fun...let's track Web Bot predictions! The web bots speak of a deteriorating economy. Debunkers claim we are in a recovery. With the web bots I tend to agree, things are getting worse. TAKEN FROM http://money.cnn.com/2010/07/30/news/economy/gdp/index.htm?source=cnn_bin&hpt=Sbin "People are continuing to cut back, and that could mean that third-quarter growth will be the worst since the end of the recession," Gault said. "The slowing growth path leaves the possibility of a double-dip recession on the table."
  13. Perhaps there are clues inside the watch, left by the time traveller. It would be interesting to see. :)
  14. Thanks for the info - TimeNot. TAKEN FROM http://www.johntitor.com/Pages/Catastrophes.html When I'm with my parents, I live in a community made up of "tree houses" on a large river in Florida. The river floods sometimes and we have access to the Gulf. I wonder if this is what he was talking about.
  15. Hi esti: I believe that you see an alternate version of your self when you do future remote viewing. Also if you are hypnotized and do a progression as opposed to a regression. The progression shows you potential future lives for you. As for the debunkers, they expect 100% accuracy. Then again, they do not expect 100% accuracy from bowlers, baseball players, or even when playing a dart game. The farther out an event is, the harder it is to hit the bulls eye I say.
  16. Or the oil spill. However, my prediction of more economic woe. Those are coming in. TAKEN FROM http://money.cnn.com/2010/05/21/news/economy/bonds_warning/index.htm "There is big money making big bets that at a minimum we we'll have a recession if not a depression that could last for years," said Kevin Giddis, managing director of fixed income at Morgan Keegan. "It's a scary scenario to subscribe to, but that's the current one being batted around."
  17. Hi Eric: Thanks for posting about the time rivers. This is an interesting theory that should be investigated, and we will soon see - if it holds any water - as they say. I wonder if it is related to the half past human webbots from cliff high and george ure. http://www.halfpasthuman.com/
  18. Hi Paladius: Actually, it is a foot note in history, but this is something major.
  19. Hi DDsilver: You could improve your chances by telling people on Saturday April 13, 1912 that the Titanic would sink on Monday morning. Also, giving people on Monday, May 3, 1937 a Hindenburg warning. OK evenso, changing one event like the Titanic could change the date on which the Hindenburg catches fire and it could even prevent the first world war.
  20. What I have heard from the Montauk Project is that when you make changes to the past you force the original timeline to split. If there are too many splits there is not enough energy. This causes the original timeline and its all its branches to blink out. Perhaps on another timeline our economy is wonderful and we all have flying cars. However, my prediction of a coming financial armageddon still stands. Taken From http://money.cnn.com/2010/03/12/news/companies/lehman_examiner/index.htm?source=cnn_bin&hpt=Sbin "Lehman's bankruptcy filing on Sept. 15, 2008 -- the largest Chapter 11 filing in financial history -- capped a 95% slide in the firm's stock price and unleashed a crisis of confidence that threw financial markets worldwide into turmoil, sparking the worst crisis since the Great Depression."
  21. Hi Twilight: OK some of physical effects of the atom bomb include the ghostly shadows of persons vaporize with their image burned into walls and side walks - these ghostly images serve as a stark reminder of atomic power. TAKEN FROM http://www.diagonalthoughts.com/?p=1005 "The first bomb, set to go off at a height of some five hundred metres, produced a nuclear flash which lasted one fifteen-millionth of a second, and whose brightness penetrated every building down to the cellars. It left its imprint on stone walls, changing their apparent colour through the fusion of certain minerals, although protected surfaces remained curiously unaltered. The same was the case with clothing and bodies, where kimono patterns were tattooed on the victims' flesh. If photography, according to its inventor Nicephore Niepce, was simply a method of engraving with light, where bodies inscribed their traces by virtue of their own luminosity, nuclear weapons inherited both the darkroom of Niepce and Daguerre and the military search light. What appears in the heart of darkrooms is no longer a luminous out line but a shadow, one which sometimes , as in Hiroshima, is carried to the depths of cellars and vaults. The Japanese shadows are inscribed not, as in former times , on the screens of a shadow puppet theatre but on a new screen, the walls of the city.' Akira Mizuta Lippit. Atomic Light (Shadow Optics) (2005) 'What was intimated in the radioactive culture of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries erupted at full force in Hiroshima and Nagasaki: if the atomic blasts and blackened skies can be thought of as massive cameras, then the victims of this dark atomic room can be seen as photographic effects. Seared organic and nonorganic matter left dark stains, opaque artefacts of once vital bodies, on the pavements and other surfaces of this grotesque theater. The 'shadows', as they were called, are actually photograms, images formed by the direct exposure of objects on photographic surfaces. Photographic sculptures. True photographs, more photographic than photographic images."
  22. There was some talk about sounds leaving grooves in pottery that could be played back at a later date, but debunkers jumped in. They was quick to ridicule as usual, and make fun of any idea that is new. I believe using technology more advanced than we have now we could one day reproduce these sounds, but now all we get is noise. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archaeoacoustics
  23. Here is a John Titor mini movie. I wish people would be more open. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVbKFD2KKTY
  24. Well, once I did dream we would sail the stars. There would be men on mars. However, now with RV, another future I see. There are giant devastated cities like the echos of an empire. Sadly, our world has turned into a red radioactive ruin. :mad:
  25. John Titor said "Sometimes I imagine what it would be like to approach the Wright Brothers in 1910, before their first flight" Well, if that were true on his time line it would alter many events. For example, it would slow down the development of critical technology. On our timeline, the first flight was in 1903. By 1910 there were many people building aeroplanes. I understand that with two John Titors you can explain how one has the civil war starting in 2004, while the other has our civil war starting in 2005. That makes sense since they come from different timelines. It appear our timeline is quite different.
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