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Man proves he can Time Travel


  • Murdock#

    Murdock April 1, 2011 8:43:00 PM CEST

    where is the prove???

  • Bigfoot228#

    Bigfoot228 March 31, 2011 12:37:01 AM CEST

    yeah, iam sure YOUR time machine is WAY cooler then this guys! crawl back under your rock you fucking troll

  • Skeptik#

    Skeptik March 29, 2011 11:39:30 AM CEST

    This man has a very weird understanding of Einstein.. He does not understand the new world-view of Einstein, instead he imposes the old-view image of time onto the post-Einstein universe. What a hack!

  • Ronray#

    Ronray March 29, 2011 2:46:05 AM CEST

    The dude in this video ought to wake up and smell the coffee in the cup he's stirring! He makes absolutely no scientific sense whatsoever!

  • Citizenx74#

    Citizenx74 March 29, 2011 2:41:52 AM CEST

    This reminds me of the John Titor story. Did he mention lasers to bend space or something to that effect?

  • Spider59#

    Spider59 March 28, 2011 5:30:53 AM CEST

    Makes you think? What if, how come, how does, why????? If only Albert was still alive and the other magnificent scientists gone long ago were able to come back and put this theory into practice.

  • Rockyroulette#

    Rockyroulette March 28, 2011 4:08:47 AM CEST

    Its seems that science has a mindset of how to travel to and from: I suspect the answer may well lie in how to paralell ourselves with whatever our target may be by some form of time-space continuim measurement which may lie in future quantum theory:

  • 345greg#

    345greg March 28, 2011 1:59:22 AM CEST

    This is an old video! I seen this on youtube at least a couple of years ago. The guy has not won the lottery yet!

  • Graystone#

    Graystone March 22, 2011 10:31:07 PM CET

    How does this video prove this man can time travel? He gives a bit of a theory but even that is very incomplete. In all these theories about time travelling does the physical body travel? Does only the mind travel? Can it only observe in the time it travelled to or can it interact? I beleive in this case he states that it is space that is moving (which is why he used the coffee analogy) and if the human body is simply a point in space and time, it could be swept up in the motion, like the coffee bean. Not sure where the hundred years comes from, but am sure if he was really close to something real he wouldn't be posting it in a video, he would be running real scientifically repeatable tests. Good fun though and another interesting way at looking at things!

  • Temps13#

    Temps13 March 22, 2011 7:37:19 PM CET

    pseudo science.tom 'doctor who baker should stick to narrating warhammer games..maybe move into doing the audio books..got a good deep voice

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