Sunday, June 19, 2016

10 Ancient Sites That Might Be Stargates, Portals, Or Wormholes

Bodies Of Fairies Were Found In The Basement Of An Old House (London)

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This is the owner ~ Sir Thomas Theodore Merlin
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5 UFO Attacks Caught on Camera

Friday, June 17, 2016

Real UFO With Aliens Caught On Camera From Saudi Arabia

Source : Published on Jun 15, 2016 by Alien Planet

Interdimensional Portal

Ong's Hat 

Ong's Hat , New Jersey is a (relatively) abandoned town , where is said to exist an Interdimensional Portal.During the 1970s , "Chaos" began to emerge as a new scientific paradigm , born out of the mixing of many different sciences , like weather prediction, and fractal geometry.

 Two chaos scientists named Frank and Althea Dobbs discovered Interdimensional travel by putting people in a sensory - deprivation chamber, aka "the EGG".On their explorations , they discovered a world that never developed human life but substained plant life, which is where the scientists were said to reside ever since.

Markawasi Stone Forest 

 Located in the Andes Mountains of Lima , Peru , the Markawasi Stone Forest supposedly have an Interdimensional door in the middle of the forest. According to Dr. Raul Rios Centono, an investigator in the Markawasi Stone Forest, a woman with hemiplegia came to him to share her case. She found a stone cabin lit by torches, and inside were people with 17th century clothing dancing the night away.She was attracted to the idea of further investigation, but her frightened friends managed to pull her away.

 However , she had entered the cabin halfway, and now that side of her body is paralyzed.The doctor believes she experienced an Interdimensional shift which changed the flow of her nervous system, causing the paralysis.

Source : IndexSe7en

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Time Traveller 29 yrs old Rudolph Fentz : 1876 to 1950 (New York)

Published on May 20, 2014 by Strange Mysteries

Did Rudolph Fentz time travel from 1876 to 1950?

Legend has it that back on a warm summer night in June of the year 1950, a man dressed in fashion that resembled that of the 19th century appeared in the middle of Times Square. The man looked extremely confused and baffled by everything around him. Suddenly, he was hit by a taxi and killed.

Investigators searched his body and found some very odd items.
Approximately 70 dollars in banknotes from the 19th century
A token, made out of copper, that was worth 5 cents which had the name of a nearby saloon on it.

Strangely, the saloon was not known to residents of the area. In fact, even older residents of the area had never heard of it.

A type of old style receipt for the care of a horse and then another receipt to have a carriage washed. The receipts were from a "livery stable," a place that takes care of horses, on Lexington Avenue. The address for the business was not listed in any address book.

Business cards were also on his person. The business cards had the name "Rudolph Fentz" on it and also had an address on Fifth Avenue.

The man was also carrying a letter sent to the address on the business cards. The letter was dated as being sent in June of 1876.

Oddly enough, none of these objects showed any sign of aging.

Investigators checked the address listed on the card the man was carrying. It belonged to a business, but the business had no recollection of the man listed on the card, Rudolph Fentz, at all.

Rudolph Fentz wasn't listed in any address book or phone book anywhere. He was not in any database the investigators searched.

Desperate for answers, the investigators finally found a man by the name of "Rudolph Fentz Jr." in a phone book. This man, whom seemed to be the son of their victim apparently died five years ago at the age of 60. His widowed wife was still alive though.

Upon contacting the supposed son of their victims's wife, she explained how her late husbands father went out for a walk one day at the age of 29 and never returned.

Investigators looked up missing person's from the year 1876 and stumbled upon the man's name: "Rudolph Fentz."

The description of the missing person matched exactly with what their mysterious victim had been wearing.

The case remains unsolved to this day.

Did Rudolph Fentz unintentionally travel through time? What really happened to this man?

Is this story true ?

xoThatOneBitchox comments:
"Well, Rudolph Fentz (also spelt as Rudolf Fenz) is the focal character of "I'm Scared", a 1951 science-fiction short story ( Published in Collier's magazine) by American author Jack Finney, which was later reported as an urban legend as if the events had truly happened. The story tells of a man wearing 19th century clothes being hit by a car and killed in New York City in 1950. A subsequent investigation reveals that the man had disappeared without trace in 1876, and the items in his possession appear to reveal that the man had traveled through time from 1876 to 1950 directly.

The story of Rudolph Fentz became one of the more significant urban legends of the 1970s and has been repeated occasionally since; with the spread of the Internet in the 1990s, it has been reported more often as a reproduction of facts and presented as evidence for the existence of (involuntary) time travel."

He also wrote "The Body Snatchers", later made into a movie called, "Invasion of The Body Snatchers". It makes for a good Twilight Zone episode, but is not true.

ImRic comments:
"Short story
Since 1972, the unexplained disappearance and reappearance of Rudolph Fentz has appeared in books (such as those by Viktor Farkas) and articles, and later on the Internet, portrayed as a real event. The story has been cited as evidence for various theories and assumptions about the topic of time travel.

In 2000, after the Spanish magazine 'Más Allá' published a representation of the events as a factual report, folklore researcher Chris Aubeck investigated the description to check its veracity. His research led to the conclusion that the people and events of the story were fictional. Aubeck found that the Fentz-story for the first time in the 1972 May/June issue of the Journal of Borderland Research, which published it as a factual report. The magazine was published by the Borderland Sciences Research Foundation, a society that addressed UFO sightings with esoteric explanations. The magazine sourced the story to the book published in 1953, A Voice from the Gallery by Ralph M. Holland. Aubeck believed the origin of the fictional story had been found.

In August 2001, after Aubeck had published his research in the Akron Beacon Journal, Pastor George Murphy contacted him to explain that the original source was older still. Ralph M. Holland had either taken the story about Rudolph Fentz completely from either a 1952 Robert Heinlein science fiction anthology, entitled 'Tomorrow, The Stars' or the Collier's magazine from 15 September 1951. The true author was the renowned science fiction writer Jack Finney (1911–1995), and the Fentz episode was part of the short story I'm Scared, which was published in Collier's first. The story describes a character called Rudolph Fentz behaving as described in the urban legend, with the narrator Captain Hubert V. Rihm giving his opinions of the case."

Jack Savage comments:
"A decades-old time travel hoax has been unravelling in Ohio this past week. It started with an article about Chris Aubeck, a researcher who was investigating the case of Rudolph Fentz. Fentz was a man who had supposedly time-travelled from 1876 to 1950, only to get struck down by a car and killed. The story has gained wide credence in many European circles. But Aubeck tracked the source of the tale down to an Akron-based writer, Ralph M. Holland, who wrote a story about this incident in 1953.But when Rev. George Murphy read about Aubeck's research, he recognized that the tale had an even earlier source. It turned out that Holland had lifted the tale from a short story by Jack Finney that appeared in a science fiction anthology titled Tomorrow, The Stars edited by Robert Heinlein that was published in 1951. So a 1951 science fiction story had somehow become accepted as fact by many, until Aubeck and Rev. Murphy debunked it."

However....RETUSAF1995 comments :


"in 2007 a researcher working for the then Berlin News Archive, found a newspaper story in the archives from April 1951 reporting the story almost as it reported today. This newspaper archive was printed some 5 months before the short story sourced as the origin. Whats even odder, a number of researchers have claimed to have found evidence of the real Rudolph Fentz, and proof of his disappearance aged 29 in 1876."

So ,is this story a hoax or true case ??

Mr Bluntforce T comments :
"If the story is true the man could have passed thru a Space/time Warp from a parallel world much like Ours but that took a different direction"

joe danns comments:
"It's possible he went through a naturally occurring time-slip into the future, much like certain episodes of the x-files or the twilight zone classics"
Note :The letter (dated 1944) clearly isn't the letter he's describing in the voiceover. They said it's dated to the correct date (year 1879), and also addressed to the address on the business card. That letter doesn't show either, so it's just a stand in photograph for the video presentation. It is very likely that the picture with 1944 air plane stamp was just an illustration example of an old letter, not the actual one from the story.

1954 Japan : The man from Taured

He claims to be from a country, that does not exist on our Earth. What happens at the airport, when he presents a passport from another world?
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Source : Ray Alex Web

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Journalistic coverage To this day, no official documents verifying the details of the story have surfaced.[1] Very few, if any, newspapers have written about the mystery.[2] The story, however, has been mention on page 86 in the 1989 book The Directory of Possibilities by Colin Wilson and John Grant (ISBN 0-552-119946), and also on page 64 in the 1999 book Strange But True: Mysterious and Bizarre People by Thomas Sleman (ISBN 0-760-712443).[1][2]
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Time travel from unknown world ~ 1851 : Laxaria & 1905 : Lizbia

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Source : Ray Alex Web

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Sergei Paramarenko - Time Traveler 1960 - 2006

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He seemed to have traveled back in time.
He appeared on 2006 with an odd held in the streets.
He had an old camera.
The photos he had taken were revealed.
He took pictures of a low flying UFO.
He disappeared and reappeared 50 years later.
I think it could be even a movie.
This is the first part of the investigation.
This is the story of Sergei Panamarenko.
On 2006, a man was lost in Kiev, Ukraine.
He had a camera and clothes like a tourist.
He said he had come from the past.
He went out to take some pictures.

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Then he saw a UFO.
He took a picture and traveled to the future.
An extraordinary case with the document and images.
It was analyzed by psychologist Parlo Kutrikov.
This has been studied by the expert, Vadim Posner.
Surveys show that he traveled half a century in time.
He might be caused by a UFO.
This is the story of Sergei Paramarenko.
There is evidence that suggests he traveled back in time.
This was introduced by the channel 1 + 1.
The presented evidence of Sergei Paramarenko case.
This documentary on: Time Traveller.
It happened April 23, 2006.
At 25, the man appeared.
It was lost with a camera in his hand.
He appeared in Kiev.
The police came to him.
He asked a street that was not there.
The police asked for identification.
The man showed the document days of the Soviet Union.
Document over 50 years.
His name: Sergei Panamarenko.
The police treated him like he was crazy.
He took it to a clinic in Kiev.
Pablo Kutrikov Sergei studied.
April 26, 2006.
The treatment was recorded.
Do you tell me something about you?
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"My name is Sergei Panamarenko ...
I was born in the city of Kiev on June 1932 "

I assured you, there are more than 30 years.

"I was 25."

But you remember as it was appeared in our time?

"It was daylight and I wanted to do a walk through the city ...
I took my camera but when I left my house ...
I saw a strange object in the sky that had a bell ...
It was very rare, it was flying very strange way ...
It's hard to explain what I saw ...
Better develop the pictures from my camera ...
So maybe we find the answer ... "

Dr. Kutrikov requested the picture to be revealed.
There was a problem.
They needed to be found in an old fashion way.
Very different from the way we do it on the XXI century.
They sought an expert in photography.
Vadim Poisner was surprised by the camera images.
A roller that was suspended in the 70s.
How the roll could be kept more than half a century?
Carry handle reveal the image in the camera.
He found pictures of Kiev ...
But in the 50s.
There was a picture of a woman of 25 years.
In the following picture, it was Sergei Panamarenko.
It has the same clothes.
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The last picture shows a bell shaped UFO.
He described it before the images were show.
This interview was recorded at 10:39. April 25, 2006.
Here are the photos revealed ...
They are your picture of the device ...
I am particularly interested in this picture ...
Check Out please

"He is now convinced that I tell the truth ...
So far I do not understand what this object ...
As I could not think of something like ...
When I take the photo ...
Get off the camera and appeared in this year. "

Sergei Panamarenko telling the truth.
This is the picture of the UFO.
His last memory before traveling to 50 years into the future.
He spoke to Dr. Kutrikov.
Sergei went to his room.
This piece
Security camera recorded the moment.
Sergei never went out.
After that time Paramarenko disappeared.
The only way out is always saved.
The windows of the room were blocked.
It was impossible to escape like that.
Even the police went in search of Sergei.
It was confirmed that he lived during the Soviet Union.
This man was alive then.
He was reported missing.

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He disappeared in 1960.
The woman was Valentina Kulick.
Girlfriend Sergei.
She lived during the elections in Ukraine.
He was asked regarding images.
Valentina was more the image of these days.
When she was a girlfriend of Paramarenko.
Police said Valentina what happened with Paramarenko.
She cried.
She never saw him again.
The case of Sergei Paramarenko shows a UFO ...
Would have taken a man ahead in time.
He went to the future.
A possibility of other intelligences time-traveling.

Original documentry in Russian language :

Sergei Ponomarenko - 1932 year of birth: doctor convinces the psychiatrist that he is from the past - namely from 1960.
In 2006 after talking to the doctor , Sergei Ponomarenko disappeared again inside the small room without any other exit doorway & locked window...

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Sergei Ponomarenko when he disappeared from the psychiatric , at which time he jumped back in time, this time until 2050. There was a photo in Kiev at the time, and sent back to 1970 to his girl friend, with a message written on the back saying, "I'm fine. I will do my best to return soon. "  photo back_thumb_zpsxiguxheu.jpg Source:

Sunday, May 15, 2016

When a Mother Loves her Son

If Never Give up in Life -- You Cant Fail

Dereks Website:

This is a Very Inspirational video of a Runner Named Derek Redmond who seriously Injured himself during an Olympic Race. Despite the Agonising Pain and Distortion he Kept on Running. As he was Limping on the Track an Older man Ran Down and Broke though security to Support him, it was his Father. " if Never Give up in Life you Cant Fail "

Credit to Artist : Josh Groban
Song : You Raised me up

Video that will change your life. I have no words left.

This video is of hope, inspiration, giving, helping each other, the kindness of mankind, and it's just plain BEAUTIFUL!

This video should be played after the safety demo on all airplanes and played on television during commercial breaks.

Credit : TheCorpfa

Thursday, May 12, 2016

UFO entering Interdimensional Portal over Geneva SWITZERLAND - Dec 2015 !!!

6 things we’re all pantang about as Singaporeans

As Singaporeans, we’re acutely aware that there’s another supernatural realm that exists alongside. Hence all our superstitions like not giving clocks as presents or wearing red to a funeral. But there are some things that we’re all universally pantang about, regardless of race, language, or religion. Break one of these taboos and you’ll find yourself dealing with the wrath of humans and non-humans alike!
So check out these six things that we’re all pantang about. They’re the Singapore equivalent of getting hexed, and you’ll be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t care about these taboos…
1. Getting tapped on the shoulder
To whom does that hand belong? Credit: The Little Things
Nobody, and I mean nobody gets tapped on the shoulder in Singapore. If you want to get someone’s attention, either you shout “oi!” loudly enough, or you firmly grab their arm to show that you’re human. There’s so many things wrong with tapping someone on the shoulder, and they all result in slaps.
Firstly, if you ever get tapped on the shoulder while walking down a dark, abandoned road, don’t turn around – there’s a ghost waiting to slap you with a supernatural curse. It’s said that you have three “lights” on your body that helps ward away the “yin” energy that ghosts are made up of. There’s one on your forehead, and one on each of your shoulders. If you just turn your head to see who it is, you only have one “light” shining on the supernatural, and that’s not enough to ward it off, hence they can slap you (otherwise every ghost would be slapping you straight in the face right?).
Secondly, if you tap a mahjong player on the shoulder, you’re also going to get a human slap in the face. The same lights that protect you also bring you luck, so physically tapping the shoulder is extinguishing one light, reducing the mahjong player’s luck.
2. The smell of frangipani
The humble frangipani flower. Credit: Yahoo Lifestyle
I hear that it’s a lovely scent that’s really exquisite – if there are frangipanis in sight. If you don’t spy any of those flowers around, but there’s an old abandoned tree, it means there’s a pontianak waiting to attack! I don’t really understand why pontianaks would have such a dead giveaway (since frangipani is a really distinctive scent), but maybe it’s their way of mocking nature. It’s like a gluttonous ghost exuding a durian smell before it attacks.
Also, don’t look up tall trees in the dark for the same reason. You never know what you’re going to see hiding there (good luck if your HDB flat faces the branches of a giant tree).
3. Taking the underground MRT from Novena to Ang Mo Kio
Not something you’ll ever want to see on a train. Credit: Native
Back when the MRT was more reliable and spacious, we were all terrified of taking the train when it went through Bishan area. Legend has it that they had to excavate a cemetery in order to build the North-South line, and all those displaced spirits weren’t too happy about the en bloc sale of their cemetery. If you were the only person in the train (unimaginable, I know right!), you’d be surrounded by otherworldly passengers as you went through Bishan. So nobody wanted to be the only passenger through those few stations.
Nowadays, you’d be so thankful just to have a place to sit. I wonder what happened to all those Bishan ghosts?
4. Saying “dabao” in school and the hospital
What lurks within? Credit: Cater 4 You
“Dabao” literally means “pack up” in Cantonese, but it’s frequently used to mean “takeaway” when ordering food. Use it outside a hawker centre though, and you’ll find yourself “dabaoing” all sorts of unwanted things.
“Dabao” in the hospital means to wrap up a dead body. It’s terribly inauspicious to say that if you’re not actually wrapping up a dead body, because it carries all sorts of deadly connotations. Who knows what might end up in your “dabaoed” food?
You also must not say this during your exam period, because it means that you’ll “dabao” your subjects over to the next year, ie failing it. Say it too many times and nobody will lend you their notes anymore.
5. Apologising before peeing on trees
Inside that tree… Credit: The Straits Times
This generally applies only to men, because it’s difficult for women to discreetly pee at trees due to the differences in anatomy. All Singaporean men learn this in army, because when you have to go, a tree is really the best place – it’s got shelter, a proper target, and blocks you from unwanted peeping toms. But as pontianaks might have demonstrated, trees harbour supernatural spirits. And you don’t want to offend them by peeing on them.
So the procedure is to say sorry, ask for permission, then pee on the tree. But if you get an answer after saying sorry and asking for permission, run away, even if the answer is yes.
6. The feeling of someone staring at you when you’re in bed
Can you spot the ghost staring at you? Credit: Pinterest
Sometimes you can just feel that someone’s staring at you as you close your eyes in your dark, quiet bedroom. Perhaps it’s the slight change in air pressure or temperature, or the random goosebumps and hair standing. Whatever it is, don’t open your eyes if it happens! You can’t escape, but you can reason with it.
Ask politely to be left alone, because you’re tired and you want to sleep. The feeling will go away after a while, and so will whatever thing is staring at you. If it doesn’t, well, closing your eyes for a long time will make you go to sleep anyway.
Source : Marcus Goh - May 10, 2016

Monday, May 9, 2016

Time Machine Experience ( Fangoria 2010 )

A first person walk through of 'Time Machine', a steam punk horror show built and performed in the garage.

 Uploaded on Sep 5, 2010 by Flippers
 Behind the scene - Engineer's View ________________________________________________________________________

 questioneering :

"I was lucky enough to take part in a live performance of this and to get an after-show tour. It's really quite scary when you're being chased around in the dark by Jack the Ripper."

JohnnyQuest6 :

 "Really amazing! I'm sure it took loads of rehearsal to get it right (at first viewing, I thought, "No way they did this live..."). Do you think this is practical to run repeatedly, like at a theme park or on Halloween? I noticed that the hard-to-reset things (glass breaking/gunshots) were mostly sound effects, but I think you'd need a "guide" to keep people in the Machine during the Nazi sequence, but get them out of it at Whitechapel (and back in again!). How many folks per hour?"

Comments from Creator.......

 Flippers :

 @JohnnyQuest6 lots of rehearsals, but we got it live in the end. We even devised a "special edition" for anybody that rides it twice. We performed it about 15 times on it's first night, with 6 people per show. It takes about 10- 15 mins per show. The soundtrack is (almost) automated so resetting the show is pretty simple. the gunshots are part of the master sound track, synced to audio inside the machine - the smashing glass is actually a bag of chains being dropped (watch the Copper at 7.28)

it took about 18 months of tinkering in the garage to build it, we've been planning and designing it since way before. There's one top secret bit of kit we had to build first to enable the the machine to travel between scenes. The whole set is only in a normal sized double garage.

One of the most time consuming bits of the build was the brick walls in old London, each brick hand carved from polystyrene, that might have been a mistake.

The show was just for our friends.

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Iranian scientist claims to have invented 'time machine' - "The Aryayek Time Traveling Machine"

An Iranian businessman claims to have mastered time with a machine that allows users to fast forward up to eight years into the future.

Have you ever wanted to see what the future will be like? One day someone somewhere could really invent a time machine that allows us to visit the future.

Can we really find out what will happen to us in eight years?

A new invention called the Aryayek time traveling machine is a created a PC-sized device that can give users 'details of the next five-eight years' of their lives.

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The DeLorean time machine - no word if Ali Razeghi has used this as a template

Ali Razeghi, a Tehran scientist has registered "The Aryayek Time Traveling Machine" with the state-run Centre for Strategic Inventions.

The device can predict the future in a print out after taking readings from the touch of a user, he told the Fars state newsagency.

Razaeghi, 27, said the device worked by a set of complex algorithims to "predict five to eight years of the future life of any individual, with 98 percent accuracy".

As the managing director of Iran's Centre for Strategic Inventions, Razeghi is a serial inventor with 179 other inventions listed under his own name. "I have been working on this project for the last 10 years," he said.

"My invention easily fits into the size of a personal computer case and can predict details of the next 5-8 years of the life of its users. It will not take you into the future, it will bring the future to you."

Razeghi says Iran's government can predict the possibility of a military confrontation with a foreign country, and forecast the fluctuation in the value of foreign currencies and oil prices by using his new invention.

"Naturally a government that can see five years into the future would be able to prepare itself for challenges that might destabilise it," he said. "As such we expect to market this invention among states as well as individuals once we reach a mass production stage."
Razeghi said his latest project has been criticised by friends and relatives for "trying to play God" with ordinary lives and history. "This project is not against our religious values at all. The Americans are trying to make this invention by spending millions of dollars on it where I have already achieved it by a fraction of the cost," he said. "The reason that we are not launching our prototype at this stage is that the Chinese will steal the idea and produce it in millions overnight."
Source:By Ahmed Vahdat - 10 Apr 2013

Note : Razeghi, who's only 27 years old (as of year 2013), has actually invented 179 other inventions in his young life. This particular time machine has been a project of his for the past 10 years. What is different with this particular machine is that it doesn't need gigawatts of electricity to use it.

Which if true, we're trusting the work of a 17-year-old kid. Whatever. I'm still down with it. 

The story says Razeghi is a supervisor at Iran’s Center for Strategic Inventions and Inventors and claims that his baffling invention won’t be available for another few years, at least. “We’re waiting for conditions to improve in Iran,” Razeghi told the outlet, according to a translation by The Huffington Post.

During the interview, Razeghi refusing to give out many details because he was worried his idea would be stolen and reproduced by China. He did say, however, that his device incorporates both hardware and software components, and that it cost roughly 500,000 Iranian tomans (about $400). When asked whether he was worried the machine might cause problems, he said he envisions it used selectively, to tell a couple the future sex of their child, for example.
Neither Iran nor Razeghi have publicly responded to the report
Razegi also says that he has registered 'the Aryayek Time Traveling Machine' with the state-run Center for Strategic Inventions, but the Iranian authorities rejected the claims.

"Such a claim has not been registered in Iran's State Organization for Registration of Deeds and Properties," said Mehdinejad Nouri.

Predicting the future, even on relatively narrow issues, is a notoriously complex task. It usually requires creating an accurate computer model of a system that takes into account numerous factors, and often requires plenty of computational power. Predicting a future event in its entirety is virtually impossible with existing technology.


Iran: No, We Don't Have a 'Time Machine'

This Scientist Is Building A Real Time Machine - And Thinks It Will Work

Source: Rob Waugh's Yahoo Blog - May 6, 2016
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‘If time travel is possible, where are the tourists from the future?’ Stephen Hawking asked in A Brief History Of Time.

But one scientist believes that time travel is possible - and he has the design for a working ‘time telephone’, which he believes will receive messages from the future.

Ronald Mallett, 69, is a respected theoretical physicist at the University of Connecticut, and the subject of a new documentary, ‘How To Build a Time Machine’.
He believes that a ‘tunnel’ of laser light can send messages through time - and that a time machine will be built this century.

He also thinks he has the answer to Stephen Hawking’s question about why we have never seen a time traveller.

Mallett’s quest to build a time machine has been a lifelong one - inspired by the death of his father, when he was aged 10.

The young Mallett - who read a comic book version of H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine - vowed to build a machine which would let him travel back and warn his father of the heart attack which would kill him on his 11th wedding anniversary.

Ronald Mallett says, in How To Build A Time Machine, ‘I would say it was fair to call what I was doing an obsession. I was obsessed with wanting to see my father again.

‘I was obsessed with trying to find out how one could control time.
‘Everything that I became, the whole of my personality, everything about being a physicist, was based on my love for my father, and my desire to see him again.’

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‘I had a mission. My goal was to figure out how to build the time machine.’
He has designed a machine which can ‘twist’ time using lasers - allowing signals to travel into the past - and now hopes to build it.

The idea is based on Einstein’s theories - and the current prototype version of the machine is a series of stacked ring lasers, glowing green, which circle a glass tube.
Mallett’s machine is based on Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, and the fact that light can create gravitational fields.

In a scientific paper, Mallett wrote, ‘For the strong gravitational field of a circulating cylinder of light, I have found new exact solutions of the Einstein field equations for the exterior and interior gravitational fields of the light cylinder.

‘The presence of closed timelike lines indicates the possibility of time travel into the past. This creates the foundation for a time machine based on a circulating cylinder of light.’
Mallett believes physical time travel is impossible, but he thinks that messages could be sent through time - in the form of neutrons sent through a ‘tunnel’ of light.

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Mallet says, ‘By assigning a 1 to the ‘spin up’ direction and a 0 to the 'spin down’ direction then [we] could send a binary code with a stream of neutron spins.
‘For example, neutrons with 'spin up’, 'spin down’, 'spin down’ would represent a binary code100 which is the number 4.

But the one thing Mallett’s machine will not be able to do is communicate with his father - or anyone else in the past.

If the machine works as expected, it will only be able to send and receive messages from the moment it is turned on - or the future - and no earlier point.

Mallett says, ‘When the first time machine is turned on it will be possible for our descendants to contact us - but we will not be able to contact our ancestors.’

In theory, at least, this solves Stephen Hawking’s problem with time travel.

The reason we have not heard from or seen time travellers is that it only becomes possible to communicate across time once the time machine is built.

Other physicists are less sure that a time machine is possible - and even Mallett says that the process of building one may be long and expensive.

Mallett has worked for decades to get to this point, publishing multiple papers on the subject - and writing an autobiography, Time Traveler, which has been optioned as a film by Spike Lee.

Mallett says, ‘When I first got inspired to study time travel, I had to be very secretive. As a young physicist, you don’t broadcast widely that your research is fueled by your passion to go back in time to see your father.

‘Instead, I cloaked my urge to understand time travel by studying black holes. But in fact, black holes and time travel are related.

‘I knew from my studies of Einstein’s theories that the strong gravity of rotating black holes could affect time. And I wondered if the gravity of circulating light, such as that created by very strong lasers, could mimic the conditions in a rotating black hole and send information into the past and future.

‘My whole existence, who I am, is due to the death of my father, and my promise to myself to figure out how to affect time with Einstein’s work as a foundation.’

'I’m the theoretical guy. The experimental physicists will have to take on the daunting – and very expensive – role of testing my theory.’