Thursday, 3 April 2014

The Time Traveler Photo

What is time travel ?

Time travel is a concept of moving from different point in time in a manner analogous to moving between different points in space,. For centuries time travelling possibility has fascinated many philosophers, and scientists -Albert Einstein special  theory of  relativity, laid the foundation for the theoretical possibility of time travel. He qualified the theory as "special" because it refers only to uniform velocities (meaning to objects either at rest or moving at a constant speed). However there are many clues around the web that people were actually travelled through time and these are a series of  image that claim to be the evidence that time travel has already occur.

The above photo was taken in 1940. Some people say the hipster-looking fellow with the sunglasses on the right side of the photo is a time traveller because his hair, shades, clothing, and camera that didn't exist at the time.

1917 photo found in the book The Cape Scott Story, published in 1974. The figure in question is a young man, referred to by some as a surfer-looking dude, who looks not only out of place but also as if he suddenly dropped in the spot by the way surrounding people are reacting to him.

In 2010, a lawyer named Andrew Basiago claims to have been part of a top secret US time travel experiment as a child. The group sent child time travellers out, in a top secret DARPA programme. The photograph is said to have been taken during one of Basiago’s temporal trips, at Gettysburg on the very day of Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

The above photo was taken in 1905, the photo clearly show a punk rocker with the Mohawk haircut
and wearing a white short sleeved shirt, while everyone else is in long sleeves and jackets and hats.

A discovered photo from 1939 taken in Harlem, New York, of a man who bears a striking resemblance to the hip-hop star Jay-Z.

The above photo shows a group of young people, possibly factory workers, walking out of a building in 1938. A brunette in a light-coloured dress smiles into the camera, her hand pressed to her ear. She is holding what looks to be a large portable phone.

An old woman using mobile phone in a short clip from the DVD extras of Charlie Chaplin's film The Circus, 1928, spotted only in 2010 by film maker George Clark

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