Time Travel?



#2

Okay, so I was pretty skeptical when I read this. As much as I love Science Fiction and have a particular fascination for time travel, I just don’t believe it's possible (too many issues/conflicts). But this is just too weird; it kinda freaked me out. Watch the video at the bottom, especially when they slow it down. Make your own conclusion. Does she have a calculator in her pocket too? ;-)

Time Traveler using cell phone?

thanks,

Bruce


#3

Diagnosed by my brother in law: Otitis media in the left ear.

The symptoms basically differ from the ones observed on people suffering from Phonus Portabilis, let alone the Calculator RePeNsis syndrom.

Etienne

#4

Yep, she left her TARDIS around the corner.

Am I the only one who thinks the clip looks awfully good for as old as it's supposed to be?

#5

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Does she have a calculator in her pocket too? ;-)

I'm not sure about her, but the guy depicted in the Mayan plate in the last page of the magazine below appears to be holding one in his left hand ;-)

http://www.hparchive.com/measure_magazine/HP-Measure-1975-09.pdf

Regards,

Gerson.


#6

He's even got a paper printout!

#7

Strange position of her left hand, especially when she turns her head. Maybe she's got a headache? With or without a mobile headache generator ...

#8

I reserve judgment until I see a picture of a cell phone tower in a subsequent Charlie Chaplin movie <grin>. By the way, who could this person be talking to?


#9

So there would have to be a large contingent of time travelers - enough to build at least one tower, and to set up the computer system to route the calls - to at least one other cell phone user. {;-)


#10

She is actually using a tower in another temporal dimension that is physically but not temporally located near by. She is speaking to her control sometime in the future (both hers and ours). Not only can she time travel but her cell signal can too!

Seems completely obvious to me <g>.


#11

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So there would have to be a large contingent of time travelers...

That goes without saying.

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...Not only can she time travel but her cell signal can too!

Seems completely obvious to me <g>.


I wonder how many bars she is getting?


#12

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I wonder how many bars she is getting?

Obviously four - one for each dimension d8-)

#13

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Obviously four - one for each dimension d8-)

Only four? You can communicate through time with two cans and a piece of string, as long as it's 11-dimensional string. ;)

Best,

--- Les

[http://www.lesbell.com.au]


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