The Time Traveler who sees WW3 Coming! 18 replies

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#1 13 years ago

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/pages/the_john_titor_project.html

At some time in early November of 2000, someone showed up in a few Internet discussion boards calling themselves Timetravel_0. Over time, they then laid claim to the real name, John Titor, a time traveler from the year 2036. From there, the name John Titor will forever be embedded in the folklore of both alternative-topic boards like ATS, and the Internet as a whole.

Fake or true? Judge for yourself!




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#2 13 years ago

This is fairly old. I think most people here know of Titor.

Anyways, I don't really believe in these kinds of stories...




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#3 13 years ago

Another internet hoax is exactly what this is. :cort:

I may simply close this soon myself.




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#4 13 years ago

I know its old, and??




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#5 13 years ago

I've never seen this or heard of this before. But I think it's a hoax. Check out the following: We have to wear sunglasses or close our eyes as this happens due to a short burst of ultraviolet radiation. Personally I think it looks like your driving under a rainbow. After that, it appears to fade to black and remains totally black until the unit is turned off. We are advised to keep the windows closed as a great deal of heat builds up outside the car. The gravity field also traps a small air pocket around the car that acts as your only O2 supply unless you bring compressed air with you. This pocket will only last for a short period and a carbon sensor tells us when it's too dangerous. It sounds like this guy was just a geek who really really liked Back to the Future, so he decided to emulate it online. I seriously doubt that any time machine of the future (even if it is possible) would be built into a car.




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#6 13 years ago
CataphractI've never seen this or heard of this before. But I think it's a hoax. Check out the following: We have to wear sunglasses or close our eyes as this happens due to a short burst of ultraviolet radiation. Personally I think it looks like your driving under a rainbow. After that, it appears to fade to black and remains totally black until the unit is turned off. We are advised to keep the windows closed as a great deal of heat builds up outside the car. The gravity field also traps a small air pocket around the car that acts as your only O2 supply unless you bring compressed air with you. This pocket will only last for a short period and a carbon sensor tells us when it's too dangerous. It sounds like this guy was just a geek who really really liked Back to the Future, so he decided to emulate it online. I seriously doubt that any time machine of the future (even if it is possible) would be built into a car.

Why not? if it was just static then how would they move it? A car is quite a simplistic yet genius way of going about it.

Maybe its u that is obsessed with back to the future?




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#7 13 years ago

Anyone who belives this is on crack.




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#8 13 years ago

I posted something about this guy before (and, I'm informed, other people have, too...), and the stuff in this guys posts are interesting, to say the least.

But I don't believe it. I won't say for certain that its a hoax (as you can never really know), but I'm almost certain it is. If, however, there are no 2006 or 2008 Olympic games, I might start changing my mind...




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#9 13 years ago

(puts away his crack and foil).......i beleive it, mate.




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#10 13 years ago

It's not necessarily static. One can achieve force or change in other ways than moving. For instance, there can be a quick change in magnetic flux (caused by, say, the rotating of an armature between two magnets). I'm sure that there are other forces we don't know about but that work on a more fundamental level. I won't say for certain that its a hoax (as you can never really know), but I'm almost certain it is. If, however, there are no 2006 or 2008 Olympic games, I might start changing my mind... Of course, one could always say that the future in our timeline was altered by the simple fact that this 'Time Traveler' existed in it. :rolleyes:




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