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March 12, 2023


Five eerie pictures that 'prove time travel exists' with experts around the world baffled

(Thanks to John Lobert)

Is "baffled" more, or less, than "gobsmacked?"


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Allow me to correct that headline for you: "Experts baffled by Five eerie pictures that prove photo-shop exists" You're welcome!

This is silly. If time travel existed, your childhood home maid would have asked your Mother if she could have all your now classic comics for her poor nephew Tommy and made off with them to sell in the future. Hey, wait a minute...

Boffins baffled by baffled boffins.

I think a lot of people need to look into getting a hobby.

Probably less.

Of course time travel exists. Last night I jumped ahead 1 hour.

If you look closely provided you have had your fair portion of Hallucinogenic Fish and are considered an expert, you can see the guy in the center of the picture is holding a cell phone while wearing a mini skirt.

Oh, speaking of DST. Paid for by man tom and the committee to reelect him.

*Bear with me, I had some Hallucinogenic Corned Beef this morning and I am still waiting for the effects to wear off.

It's quarter to ‘03
There’s no one in the place
‘Cept Einstein and me
So, set 'em up, Joe, I got a little secret
I think you should know
We're drinkin', my friend,
To the bend of a warped space-time node
Make it one for my theory
And one more for the wormhole

Can see where the word 'travel' is involved, the airlines and travel agencies would get involved. And you would have a situation like the last one where Southwest Airlines stranded all these travelers. I wanted to travel to Thanksgiving dinner for 2025 and got stuck in 2023. But what is the point? Any Thanksgiving dinner now or in the near future with your in-laws would be the same; same people, same arguments, same drunkards, same same. All though time travel sounds great the travel providers have not even got the present figured out.

It's truely an expert/

Sounds more like a classic "dumbfounding".

Hate to step on anyone's excitement but some rational explanations for these "astounding" clickbait photos can be found at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_travel_claims_and_urban_legends

very good and meaningful article, i have learned a few more things.

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