Sending Items Back Through Time?
2015-07-13 at 12:51 AM UTCImagine the possibilities. Winning lottery numbers and horse race results. Know who the next President will be. Predict the stock market to 100%. Hoard items which will be scarce in the future by sending them back in time to yourself. All you would have to do is invent a machine which could momentarily change the laws of physics.
Swiss Watch Discovered in 400-Year-Old Chinese Tomb, Might be Proof of Time Travel.
According to researchers, an untouched Chinese tomb was opened after 400-years, dating back to the Ming Dynasty (15th - 16th century). When the coffin was finally opened, and the cloth removed, something metallic hit the ground. The excavation team discovered a mud and rock encrusted ring watch and the hands stuck at 10:06 time, with "Swiss" carved in the back.
2015-07-13 at 1:44 AM UTCNo possibility that there was more in the tomb that was stolen already, and grave robbers may have dropped this from their own hand on the way out.....
No allowance for freak techtonic or even weather-related events (unlikely as it may be, note the description of the 'ring watch'....'mud and rock'......400 year old mud?)
No mention of this 'artifact of time travel' being held in the dust covered fingers of some random fat fuck hand model, the fatty triglycerides leaking out of his fucking finger pores all over this priceless piece of scientific evidence....
No concern that the article of what would possibly be the biggest find in physics, science, math, fuck, history, everything, is breaking right now at....techeblog.com
No facts, but long on anecdotes and breathless descriptions of 'untouched chinese tombs' and 'something metallic hitting the ground' that read as if the author was on the scene during the discovery but yet there are no quotes from any journal entries or official statements from anyone claiming to be present during this discovery, not even specifics on which tomb....its just some old untouched chinese tomb, you know, those are just laying around everywhere these days....
I saw there are comments below the article, and my eye briefly skimmed one of them, and it looked derisive.
2015-07-13 at 2:19 AM UTC
Researchers have made another incredible discovery in Labinsk, Russia. According to scholars this discovery marks the beginning of a completely new history, one that many ancient alien theorists have been talking about for years. The object that researchers have found is believed to be some sort of ancient microchip and according to researchers, this ancient microchips dates back millions of years. After countless tests, researchers have come to the conclusion that this antique piece was used as some sort of microchip in ancient times.
The problem is its age, according to tests, the artifact is believed to be between 225 and 250 million years old. Some researchers believe that the dating of the artifact is not entirely accurate given the fact that you cannot date rock, and the tests were based on traces of organic material found around the mystery â€œchipâ€.
2015-07-13 at 5:40 AM UTCbismuth crystals look more like ancient microchips than that thing does.
I am sure that there is no need to post pictures of bismuth, because as awesome as bismuth is, we have probably seen bismuth crystals a million times already.
fuck it, I wanna look at some pictures of bismuth crystals:
Anyway, my point is....what was my point again? I'm high and looking at bismuth crystals. Yeah, anyway, wierd stuff can be found in nature. Just because we find something that faintly resembles something else doesn't mean that it is that thing. Wait, what? Never mind, I don't remember what I was going to say.
2015-07-13 at 6:06 PM UTCThat's a fascinating crystal. It almost appears as if it was intentionally designed to serve a mechanical purpose. Perhaps the aliens intentionally designed it like that as a raw material source to be used as conductive or conducive components, in case any one of them happened to get marooned on this planet and needed to re-achieve orbit.
2015-07-13 at 6:46 PM UTCI like a good conspiracy theory once in a while, but I also see that there is a ton of garbage out there, probably used to obfuscate the real dirty shit going down.
What do you think about the lovelock cave giants?
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2015-07-13 at 7:42 PM UTCHah '36 no way. I'd say anything taller than 9 feet is a stretch(!), as far as physically being able to support the body weight. That is why elephants have tree trunk legs, and a 36' tall guy would have legs the size of an elephant.
2015-07-13 at 8:51 PM UTC
Originally posted by None …as far as physically being able to support the body weight…My opinion is that theory is completely hogwash - that the body cannot support the weight, because his legs would be like elephants, being 36 feet tall. They'll support alright. Don't you worry about that.
2015-07-13 at 10:26 PM UTCAt '36, the guy's fist would be a slab of meat and bone roughly 18" long.
2015-07-13 at 10:55 PM UTCThe demons (highly advanced aliens) are all different, in personality, appearance and shape, just as we are all different. Each have their own genetic differences, just like we do. So as we can be tall and have tall children, so too can they have tall children. We can be short and have short or tall children, or medium-sized ones, depending on the genetic contributions of our host partner mixed with our own, and the alien children (Nephilim) would have come out all sizes as well, depending on what Earth woman they took for themselves. So it's not surprising at all that some came out 36 feet, and some came out 9 feet.
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2015-07-14 at 3:25 AM UTCLook up the Tall Whites by Dr. Charles Hall.
2015-07-14 at 4 AM UTCFuck aliens, I want to see evidence that sasquatch cannibalizes unwary hikers and snatches children in the blink of an eye from campsites, ala 'missing 411'. I want to see video evidence of someone's motherfuckin' spine laid out in some forgotten grove, dappled by sunlight dancing through the treetops.....
2015-07-14 at 4:03 AM UTCKeep in mind that the various governments, including the United States government, create their own genetically grown hybrid clones to fly their top secret test aircraft and other black project test vehicles. They find these drones useful, because they are entirely expendable and can be programmed to follow every order given without question. Often, these homegrown clones are mistaken for off-world aliens.
2015-07-14 at 4:22 AM UTCThey also probably have sex clones that are nothing more than pliable meat-holes for the president to stick his coke rager into. Even an amorphous blob would be preferable to the beast that he is married to.
2015-07-14 at 5:19 AM UTC
Originally posted by None They also probably have sex clones that are nothing more than pliable meat-holes for the president to stick his coke rager into. Even an amorphous blob would be preferable to the beast that he is married to.
All the Western governments have genetically engineered all kinds of organic beings for various military uses. Straight out of the test tubes and using billions of taxpayer dollars to do it, too. They don't tell the public about this at all, and they like to keep it top secret.
2015-07-14 at 9:43 PM UTC
Originally posted by None All the Western governments have genetically engineered all kinds of organic beings for various military uses. Straight out of the test tubes and using billions of taxpayer dollars to do it, too. They don't tell the public about this at all, and they like to keep it top secret.
Do you have any compelling evidence of this that you would like to share? I mean, something non-alex-jones-ish? Something that isn't most likely misinformation put out by intelligence assets to discredit certain parties ala archuleta mesa?
2015-07-14 at 10:19 PM UTC
Originally posted by None Do you have any compelling evidence of this that you would like to share? I mean, something non-alex-jones-ish? Something that isn't most likely misinformation put out by intelligence assets to discredit certain parties ala archuleta mesa?
Alex Jones is bang on in almost the entirety of his arguments. You would do well not to dismiss someone based solely on media hype and mindless propaganda, and rather, focus on the facts of each case presented. Also, no one should have to hold your hand and walk you through this. The onus is on you to go out and research the topic fully from the entire base of available knowledge. So if I bring up a topic or something I say is a fact, it's up to you to determine whether it is or not, and until you do that, you really have no valid "say" either way. That's how it really works.