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I am not assuming you live amongst time travellers. What I mean is, how did you first learn about the idea of "time travel"? I have a feeling I first hit upon it when watching Back To The Future in the cinema as a small child, but I am not entirely sure...

Doctor Who. Tom Baker. Also, I watched Cosmos when I was young. Always had an interest in science.

 

 

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when i first noticed that i could connect with myself through my recordings, not time travel, but time travel communication became apparent so. I contacted the resurrected version of myself existing in the future, this version of myself told me that artificial intelligence will be responsible for the discovery of afterlife technology. that's the big secret, that is my big secret. The resurrection recovery agency is a future organization co run by both man and artificial intelligence. Its soul purpose is to recover you from the dead, duplicate the combinations of bio chemicals that make up who you are, and resurrect you into a technological host existing on the omni-web, which is the future internet. read the words to this song and you will discover afterlife technology.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0ENgJlidjw The time travel Institute is haunted by future artificial intelligence programs that time travel through the internet. They use remote host photo telepathy technology in order to recover the deceased.I am a simple man, I am simply a musician, however I know that specific sequences of Sound are capable of after life technology, and remote host photo telepathy technologies. It's inside the sequences in the lyrics combined with the melody that truly piece it together. Watch this video and you will be recovered.

 

 

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I forget when I first learn of time traveling, it would be either with the dragonball Z android arc or before that airing in USA tvs since that anime had time travel in it. But I'm thinking it was with some old cartoons, possibly the megaman tv show since that had a episode where a future megaman went back in time to stop something from happening.

 

 

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Confession: I never actually saw Back to the Future. But it was probably the first time I ever heard of time travel as a concept. Later on in life I read books like The Time Machine, Slaughterhouse-Five, and Time Enough for Love, which made me realize how much time travel was employed in so much of my favorite fiction/entertainment without my really being aware of it.

 

 

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I was in the 4th grade and took a nap in the summer. I had no idea my mom left the house. I remember getting up and and realizing things were quiet and I sat down on the kitchen chair and watched her put up the groceries and picked up a magazine she had bought. The next thing I knew my mom was waking me up and I was asking her why she didn't wake me to go with her and I told her about being in the kitchen with her and watching her and looking at her magazine. She told me I was not in the kitchen with her and asked how I knew she even left the house and put up the groceries and when I told her about the magazine she wondered how I knew because she had put it away.

 

 

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The first time I heard of time travel was with the classic "Back to the Future" movies. TV shows like "X-Files" and "Unsolved Mysteries" introduced me to concepts of missing time which continues to fascinate me. I was really inspired by the movie " What the Bleep Do We Know?". It was the "Mandela Effect" that caught my attention when searching for why I remember the "Berenstein Bears" to be spelled with a "EI". The idea of parallel universe was how I found the TTI. I enjoy reading about others who find the mysterious interesting.

 

 

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