2018: Unexplained ‘Glitch’ While Driving Home

“My husband was in a rehabilitation center for physical therapy, following triple bypass heart surgery. The rehab was 2 towns away from my house. One night when I was leaving the rehab, I took the longer route home because it was more brightly lit. The shorter route was dark with no street lights, and I didn’t like traveling that route after dark. So, I was driving the long, brightly lit route, when a car in front of me pulled to the side of the road and let me pass by. But strangely, as soon as I passed the car, it immediately pulled out and began following me – closely! – with high beams. Just then, I crossed the border into the next town. There are many stores, restaurants and a hotel in that area so the lights are even brighter there. But suddenly… everything on the road went black, […] Read More

2017: Professor Says Time Travel Is Possible – Mathematically

A professor at the University of British Columbia has claimed that time travel is mathematically possible, though we’re unlikely to take advantage of said possibility in the foreseeable future. According to Phys.org, Ben Tippett’s mathematical model appears in a study he recently published on the “feasibility of time travel.” It’s all a bit complicated, so I’d encourage you to head over there for a more detailed explanation, but to summarize: According to Einstein’s theory of general relativity, Tippett says, it’s incorrect to think of time as a dimension separate from the other three spatial dimensions. Instead, all four dimensions (or directions) are connected, making up the space-time continuum. When space-time is warped (as with massive objects in space, like black holes), the time direction also “shows curvature” just like the others. The closer you get to those massive objects, the slower time flows. Using this concept, Tippett created a […] Read More

2017: Are quantum computers proof of multiple universes?

Quantum computers maybe 100 million times more powerful than today’s computers and they may do that by computing results simultaneously in multiple universes. Really? Google and Nasa announced they were collaborating on the D-Wave X2 quantum computer, which they say is 100 million times faster than a conventional computer chip, in 2013. It can answer certain algorithms in seconds rather than years. Google director of engineering, Hartmut Neven, said: “For a specific, carefully crafted proof-of-concept problem we achieve a 100-million-fold speed-up.” … Representing information in qubits allows the information to be processed in ways that have no equivalent in classical computing, taking advantage of phenomena such as quantum tunneling and quantum entanglement.  As such, quantum computers may theoretically be able to solve certain problems in a few days that would take millions of years on a classical computer. (Source: Nasa) Link   … a moderate-sized quantum computer could perform […] Read More

2017: Andrew Basiago’s 1863 Gettysburg Time Travel Photo

Above Image: Andrew Basiago? Alleged chrononaut Andrew Basiago claims that in 1972 he was sent backward in time to November 19, 1863. Where to? Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on the very day Abraham Lincoln delivered his Gettysburg Address. I’ve written about this before (see my article on Project Pegasus), but last week I received an email inquiring about Basiago’s photographic evidence, and thought I’d do a little digging into its origin. Here’s what I found. Photographs In Time Basiago claims he is the boy in the above photograph, and often shares it as proof of his time travel adventures. In this case, he says, he had stepped into a plasma confinement chamber in 1972 New Jersey, and hopped back to 1863 Gettysburg. There, he visited the dedication of the Soldiers’ National Cemetery. Basiago also claims that his original pair of shoes vanished during his voyage, like Dandelo in The Fly. That’s why they appear […] Read More

2008: Lerina Garcia: Did She Wake Up In Another Universe?

“I think I jumped into a parallel universe…” Lerina Garcia posted her comment on July 16, 2008, in response to an article about the possibility of multiple universes. She said she was 41 years old and had experienced something so bizarre, so inexplicable, that she worried others would think she was suffering from a psychotic break. And yet her story was so compelling, it became something of an urban legend. Her claim was this: She had gone to sleep one night and woke up the next day to find that the world around her had changed in the strangest, and subtlest, ways. The first change was a very simple one. The sheets on her bed were different. This confused her, of course, but she didn’t give it much thought. Not in the beginning. It was another change, when she arrived at work later that day, which caused her to […] Read More

2016: Parallel Worlds Exist And Interact With Our World, Physicists Say

New theory says parallel worlds exist and interact with our world! Quantum mechanics, though firmly tested, is so weird and anti-intuitive that famed physicist Richard Feynman once remarked, “I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics.” Attempts to explain some of the bizarre consequences of quantum theory have led to some mind-bending ideas, such as the Copenhagen interpretation and the many-worlds interpretation. Now there’s a new theory on the block, called the “many interacting worlds” hypothesis (MIW), and the idea is just as profound as it sounds. The theory suggests not only that parallel worlds exist, but that they interact with our world on the quantum level and are thus detectable. Though still speculative, the theory may help to finally explain some of the bizarre consequences inherent in quantum mechanics, reports RT.com. The theory is a spinoff of the many-worlds interpretation in quantum mechanics — an idea that posits that […] Read More

2016: Parallel Worlds Exist And Interact With Our World, Physicists Say

New theory says parallel worlds exist and interact with our world! Quantum mechanics, though firmly tested, is so weird and anti-intuitive that famed physicist Richard Feynman once remarked, “I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics.” Attempts to explain some of the bizarre consequences of quantum theory have led to some mind-bending ideas, such as the Copenhagen interpretation and the many-worlds interpretation. Now there’s a new theory on the block, called the “many interacting worlds” hypothesis (MIW), and the idea is just as profound as it sounds. The theory suggests not only that parallel worlds exist, but that they interact with our world on the quantum level and are thus detectable. Though still speculative, the theory may help to finally explain some of the bizarre consequences inherent in quantum mechanics, reports RT.com. The theory is a spinoff of the many-worlds interpretation in quantum mechanics — an idea that posits that […] Read More

2016: Time Traveler Who Spent 2 Years In The Future 2749 Tells All

Al Bielek, the Time Traveler, discusses what he remembers from his 6 weeks spent in the year 2137 and 2 years he spent in 2749 (see video below). One thing that I should stress is that many of the events he described as having happened, is happening now in our present time. The New World Order takeover and devastating climate change to name a few. The Montauk Project was a series of secret United States government projects conducted at Camp Hero or Montauk Air Force Station on Montauk, Long Island for the purpose of developing psychological warfare techniques and exotic research including time travel. Jacques Vallée describes allegations of the Montauk Project as an outgrowth of stories about the Philadelphia Experiment. Al describes what he remembers after he jumped off the U.S.S. Eldridge on August 13th 1943 – Date of the Philadelphia Experiment. He found himself with his brother, […] Read More

2016: Here’s why time doesn’t exist and its a product of humans

In recent years, many scientific studies have gone unnoticed by the general public — studies proving that time doesn’t exist. One study shows that “time” is perceived differently by size. Smaller species including insects live in a slow-motion world where everything is slowed down – which explains how flying bugs are able to easily dodge an object coming at them such as a newspaper. The study was led by scientists from Ireland who found that size affected how one perceived time and it involved more than 30 different species, including lizards, cats, dogs, birds, and mice. The research is based off of animals’ ability to detect separate flashes of fast-flickering light. Scientists found that “Critical flicker fusion frequency” is the point where the flashes seem to merge together and that light appears constant. Then, comparing the phenomenon in different animals revealed size relates to the perception of how one experiences […] Read More