Pictures that make us second guess about the existence of time travelers!
Since we were little kids, we all have had this fantasies of traveling in time along with thinking that our toys talk when we are not around just like Toy Story toys! I mean, why would Andy’s toys talk but mine just sit there?! I even pretended that they have changed their places since the last time I checked! Ya! We all have had these! Later on, I was obsessed with traveling in time with all of these wizards series!
I wanted to be just as cool as they were but maybe this one is not that much far from the reality! Just the fact that there still are so many series about time traveler makes some of us still have a tiny hope that time traveling exists! I mean, what is the point of movies like ‘About Time’ with their beautiful envious love?! So we dig a little bit deeper and found some interesting information! Here are some pictures that make you second guess the existence of time travelers!
1. The curious case of Billy Meier
Billy Meier was a firm believer in not only time travel, but also in UFOs. Meier claimed that he had seen and traveled in extraterrestrial spacecraft, and also traveled back to the time of the dinosaurs. What's more, he had pictures to prove it. Unfortunately for Meier, everything was shattered when they realized that the "evidence" of the aliens were actually illustrations taken from children's books.
2. What is life like in 2036, John?
For decades, a man named John Titor has controlled internet forums that claim to be from the year 2036. Titor has told stories of what the world is like in his time and said he went back to the 1970s to find a team that wanted to save our age from the destruction. He also tried to predict future events. Of course, no one believes in them because so far nothing has happened. He might have already lost it!
3. A wormhole in your kitchen
A man claimed to have fallen into a wormhole after seeing water underneath his kitchen. He went through the sink and went out the other side to find an older man, who had the same tattoo as him. He knew that no one would believe him, so he filmed the meeting on his cell phone. Well, people were not going to believe him. It turned out that this was only part of an advertising campaign of the Swedish insurance company AMF, made by Forsman & Bodenfors.
Frustrated again? But this one could have happened in reality.
4. The man who made all the money
A legend began to circulate when a man returned 200 years in the future for a moment before the economic collapse of the United States began. With only $ 800, he converted that small sum to $ 350 million in just two weeks. Later he went to jail, apparently. The man said he only knew what to invest because he came from the future.
Do you think this one was true!? No, it was not. In fact, he did not exist. The story was composed by The Weekly World News.
5. The underground laboratory of travel in time
It is supposedly a station of the Air Force of Montauk with a "tunnel of time" in the laboratory. Scientists say they were able to use it to travel in time until 1943. The story arose in the 1980s when two men claimed that repressed memories of working in the laboratory had been recovered.
6. A very old guy who was not really very old was hit by a car
The story of Rudolph Fentz is one of the most compelling stories about time travel. The story goes that a man dressed in 19th-century clothes wandered through New York's Time Square looking for something quite disoriented in June 1950. In his stupor, he was hit by a taxi and fatally wounded. When the New York police searched for their belongings,
They found a copper sample for a beer, a bill for the care of a horse, a letter from 1876, $70 and some business cards. None of them looked aged. Later, the NYPD police found a man to match his description that disappeared in 1876 at the age of 29. What an incredible story. But it's just that! A story. It's called "I'm scared" and it was written by Jack Finney in 1951. Damn!
7. The traveler in the hipster time
This image of a group of people observing the reopening of a bridge in 1940 in British Columbia, Canada, does not seem too surprising at first. But look closely. There's an uncle wearing a graphic shirt and simply chilling sunglasses. Clearly, this guy does not belong there... right? After this photo was presented, some people were quick to say that as long as it could stand out.
It's nothing that the 1940s could not provide. Sunglasses emerged in the 1920s, and the shirt is probably a sweater with a badge sewn normally and worn by sports teams. It seems he was nothing but a non-conformist, but it does not even matter. This may have an explanation, but number 8 does not.
8. I traveled to the future
In the year 1935, Victor Goddard experienced a rather convincing case of time travel. The deputy director of intelligence in the Air Ministry and senior officer of the Air Staff for the Royal British Air Force accidentally flew to another period of time.
He left the unusual station of the Royal Air Force Drem Aerodrome with cattle grazing in the field and cracks in the asphalt but ran into some problems while he was in the air. He flew back to the airstrip to find it fully operational, with blue-clad mechanics controlling four yellow planes. Since he did not recognize it, he did not land. Four years later, the RAF painted its planes yellow, and the mechanic's uniforms changed to blue.
9. The ancient Chinese were quite modern with the maintenance of time
In December 2008, Chinese archaeologists discovered a 400-year-old giant tomb. But even before they opened it, a small piece of gold metal appeared. He marked the time "10.06" and the word "Swiss" recorded on the back. So, how did a Swiss clock in a coffin of the Ming dynasty end up on earth? This does sound a little bit fishy!
It is widely accepted that the watch was an intelligent addition, digitally edited for the piece of metal. Stop playing with our emotions, Internet!
10. It is something additional to speak clearly to your agent
This is quite convincing. See if you can see here the extra Charlie Chaplin movie talking on a mobile. That's right, a cell phone.
Whether it's a time traveler or a joke, surely someone thought he was hiding this invention from us, right? Well, no. It is another case of misinformation. Historians confirmed that the "time travel" device is really a hearing aid probably made by Siemens during this period, and it only happened to resemble a telephone.