While some mysteries are occasionally solved, the majority tend to live on forever without the truth being revealed. One in the latter category concerns the recent discovery of a century-old Swiss watch discovered in an ancient Chinese tomb that has been sealed for more than 400 years. . . . Read Complete Report
Bill and Ted, Marty McFly, those guys in the hot tub; time travel seems to belong in the world of fiction, but here are some ideas that might make it a reality in 10 mind-bending theories about time travel.
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VANCOUVER, BC – In an ExopoliticsTV dialogue from Baja California, Mexico with Alfred Lambremont Webre, new energy inventor and activist Fernando Vossa of the Global Breakthrough Energy Movement (GLOBALBEM.COM) advocates a novel and challenging perspective for preparing the world for the advent of teleportation as a global transportation technology in the not too distant future through disclosure campaigns like those championed by former U.S. chrononaut Andrew D. Basiago. . . . Read Complete Report
Time travel is an ancient concept (it even occurs in the Hindu epic The Mahabharata) but could it really happen? Could a person physically travel through time? The first part of this Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know series examines the accounts of some people who claim to have seen physical time travel – or to have traveled through time themselves.
Illustration: Schematic representation of asymmetric velocity time dilation. The animation represents motion as mapped in a Minkowski space-time diagram, with two dimensions of space, (the horizontal plane) and position in time vertically. The circles represent clocks, counting lapse of proper time. The Minkowski coordinate system is co-moving with the non-accelerating clock. Credit: Cleon Teunissen SOURCE: Wikipedia (Permission: cc-by-sa-2.5)
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A lot of people have a hard time trusting lawyers as it is, but what about one who claims he was part of a secret government time travel program when he was a kid?
Since 2004, Seattle attorneyAndrew Basiago has been publicly claiming that from the time he was 7 to when he was 12, he participated in “Project Pegasus,” a secret U.S. government program that he says worked on teleportation and time travel under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
“They trained children along with adults so they could test the mental and physical effects of time travel on kids,” Basiago told The Huffington Post. “Also, children had an advantage over adults in terms of adapting to the strains of moving between past, present and future.” . . . Read Complete Report
Andrew Basiago: Time Travel and Project Pegasus At Free Your Mind Conference
From millennium-skipping Victorians to phone booth-hopping teenagers, the term time travel often summons our most fantastic visions of what it means to move through the fourth dimension. But of course you don’t need a time machine or a fancy wormhole to jaunt through the years. . . . read complete article
First published Thu Feb 17, 2000; substantive revision Wed Dec 23, 2009
Time travel has been a staple of science fiction. With the advent of general relativity it has been entertained by serious physicists. But, especially in the philosophy literature, there have been arguments that time travel is inherently paradoxical. The most famous paradox is the grandfather paradox: you travel back in time and kill your grandfather, thereby preventing your own existence. To avoid inconsistency some circumstance will have to occur which makes you fail in this attempt to kill your grandfather. Doesn’t this require some implausible constraint on otherwise unrelated circumstances? We examine such worries in the context of modern physics. . . . read complete report
With a brilliant idea and equations based on Einstein’s relativity theories, Ronald Mallett from the University of Connecticut has devised an experiment to observe a time traveling neutron in a circulating light beam. While his team still needs funding for the project, Mallett calculates that the possibility of time travel using this method could be verified within a decade. . . . Read complete report
One of mankind’s greatest dreams is the development of a time machine. The argument as to whether it is even possible to go forward or back in time is an age old argument. This BBC special is probably as close as any of us will ever be able to make the trip. The concept, the photography and special effects in this documentary is extraordinary. I give it 5 stars. * * * * *. . . . editor
Is this lady caught during the filming of the opening of the 1928 Charlie Chaplin film “The Circus” at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood really speaking on a cell phone? Did the camera operator actually accidentally catch a quick shot of a time traveler? Judge for yourself. Comments welcome . . . EDITOR
It’s not just the best thing to happen to movie titles since Snakes on a Plane; the new comedy Hot Tub Time Machine (opening Friday, March 26) is also the latest in a long line of time travel movies, stretching back from at least the 1940s into (we presume) the distant future.
The new film depicts a group of friends who are transported back to 1986 from the present day, thanks to their special hot tub. (We’re still not sure how the physics work, exactly.) Here, the time travel is played for laughs, but in other time travel movies — typically, science-fiction films — the aim might be to scare, thrill, or provoke deep thought.
Of course, such films are not always successful. Below, we look at the best and worst movies featuring time travel, starting with the good. . . . continue to lists
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We here at THEI have been following Pro. Mallet’s Time Machine project since he first appeared as a scientific frontrunner when it came to the actuality of time travel. Of course I have had a fascination with time travel since the days of pulp fiction and 10 cent comic books. But this is the 21st century. Check out where the good Professor stands in his quest today. . . EDITOR
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Time Travel Coming, American Physicist Declares
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Professor Mallet has a dream…a dream that almost borders on an obsession: build the world’s first real time machine that can transport humans through time. If he achieves that dream he intends to travel to the past on a personal mission to save his father’s life.
Mallet has been intrigued with time and time travel since childhood. A professor of physics for three decades, Mallet published his first formal paper outlining his time travel research in Physics Letters more than a decade ago. . . . Continue
Jim Marrs is well known for his excellent research and presentations on the JFK Assassination. Most of the research for Oliver Stones revealing movie “JFK’ came from Tex Marrs and his groundbreaking informative book “Crossfire”. Jim Marrs has also presented his research on many other conspiratorial subjects in connect with the past, future and the plans and crimes of the Controllers. Welcome to the world of Jim Marrs and you better pay attention! . . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw
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