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JOHN TITOR PREDICTIONS first test for truth of what he says?

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posted on Jan, 12 2004 @ 01:30 PM
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www.deepsky.com...
www.mail-archive.com...@postgresql.org/msg11895.html

The 2038 bug has been discussed for sometime. Maybe Johnny boy just picked up on it and used it.

Google unix 2038 tons of info on it dating back to the 1990's




posted on Jan, 12 2004 @ 01:31 PM
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Originally posted by Megaquad

Originally posted by Byrd
Unix won't blow up in 2036 (or whenver.) Nobody needs old copies of Unix. Unix is continually improved and upgraded and the time stamp issue won't happen in 2036 (just as Windows didn't crash and cause the end of the world in 2000.)
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Sorry but you are wrong, Unix clock cannot go beyond 2036 (19 January 2036, ~3 AM to be exact), it reverts back to 1901.
It causes large number of apps, especially web related ones (like this forum) to stop functioning properly.
So, in 2036 this forum would have all latest times stuck in 1901 year or could even stop working.

I tried putting clock on Mac OS X (BSD Unix) to 2036 and it goes to 1901, it's same with all other Unix distributions too.
I think fixing the problem may not be too easy since this is tied very deep into the system.

[Edited on 12-1-2004 by Megaquad]


All they need to do is upgrade Unix to 64 bit. That will add another 32 bits to the highest date, making it last a little longer. An OS upgrade would not be too tough, just time consuming. But then, they do have 32 years...One year for each bit.



posted on Jan, 12 2004 @ 01:38 PM
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We can put all doubts of John Titor being real behind us this year. He talks all the time about time traveler ethics how he wont tell us what exactly happens to spark off this civil war yet in his own way he does. He talks about waco a lot in his posts. Waco wouldnt be enough to get people to fight the government but one event would. If the truth about Bush knowing or actually having something to do with 9/11 becomes mainstream then you will have to truly wonder about this guy.

Example a poster asked him this question.
Your prediction of (national politics) pending disintegration, beginning in three short years, is impossible.

His answer

Have you see the documentary on Waco? Just for argument's sake, what do you think would happen if information were discovered that confirmed the worst accusations made against the law enforcement officers there? Would you hope nothing?



posted on Jan, 12 2004 @ 01:40 PM
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Maybe some of his revealed future is really plans by the secret world order to be unveiled for the rest of us?

All the same he was too socialistic for my liking.



posted on Jan, 12 2004 @ 01:57 PM
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Originally posted by junglejake
All they need to do is upgrade Unix to 64 bit. That will add another 32 bits to the highest date, making it last a little longer. An OS upgrade would not be too tough, just time consuming. But then, they do have 32 years...One year for each bit.

That would be a bit tough with civil war and nukes falling all around



posted on Jan, 12 2004 @ 02:03 PM
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Originally posted by junglejake
All they need to do is upgrade Unix to 64 bit. That will add another 32 bits to the highest date, making it last a little longer. An OS upgrade would not be too tough, just time consuming. But then, they do have 32 years...One year for each bit.


We will all fall into the hands of Skynet
- my nuke shelter is nearly finished



posted on Jan, 12 2004 @ 02:21 PM
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Originally posted by Garon
It's pretty funny to see you all get so worked up about this subject. Why is some loon getting your panties all bunched up???


Because his untolerable bull# is continually plaguing just about every topic now, "titor said" and "maybe titor thought" have become the bane of my ATS existence and i will do everything i can to stop it.


P.s. I never subscribed to the Bush planning of 9/11 either



posted on Jan, 12 2004 @ 02:32 PM
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Even if anything resembling a civil war starts in 2005, I'll still think Titor is a fraud. Anyone with a few brain cells can see that the Bush election has divided the country and all "Titor" did was extrapolate. That's what he's counting on, to be right on a few things and that consequently people believe that he is a time traveller.
It's just a typical internet hoax.

en.wikipedia.org...



posted on Jan, 12 2004 @ 03:05 PM
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I think that elections usually divide a country. What is really going on is the significance of the choices each makes on their respective side.

It is the 'play' that prepares you for the true decision yet to be made, those that are coming up.

Titor is like a psy op for me, a revealing of actual or desireous plans to see public reaction for various reasons.


tz

posted on Jan, 12 2004 @ 08:30 PM
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December 13, 2000 12:44
(68) Yes, there are unusual events but they do not cause the world to end. It is important that they be a surprise. Perhaps you are familiar with the story of the Red Sea and the Egyptians?


This could be interpreted as the crossing of the red sea by the Egyptians, but do you think he was hinting at the Egyptian airliner that crashed over the Red Sea recently. I dunno, just a thought.

[Edited on 12-1-2004 by tz]



posted on Jan, 12 2004 @ 10:38 PM
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Originally posted by Byrd

Originally posted by blobby
Well i dont know that, personally i dont beleive in what he says, but wouldnt it be that what i posted about this post be the finall proof we need to proove he was a fraud?

All the proof of his fraud was in the FIRST STATEMENTS HE MADE about why he was here.

Unix won't blow up in 2036 (or whenver.) Nobody needs old copies of Unix. Unix is continually improved and upgraded and the time stamp issue won't happen in 2036 (just as Windows didn't crash and cause the end of the world in 2000.)

EVERYTHING HE'S SAID IS A FRAUD. HE'S SOME HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT/COLLGE FRESHMAN WITH A STUPID STORY THAT A FEW PEOPLE BELIEVED.


I'm not trying to piss anyone off here...but the more I read this thread...I think of poor Jesus Christ. I'm sure people said the same about him. Some of the prophecies were right. Some were ill-advised. Some plagueized. (sp?) I think the truth is...we believe what we want to believe. We justify what we want to justify. We're inspired by ideas that strike some chord in us. Doesn't make them true. Doesn't make them untrue. Just makes them significant...or insignificant.



posted on Jan, 30 2004 @ 09:54 AM
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So I finally read all of the stuff on John Titor and, whether he is lieing or not, I have a couple questions.

1.) He says time and time again that he can not give any specific details about the future as not to influence it, BUT he gives us pictures and diagrams of his time machine???

2.) I saw a picture of him holding a laser pointer of some sort near the time machine. This was supposedly to show the gravitational field of the machine by it bending the light. The light is made visable by cigar smoke. Now my question is: Since polution is such a problem in his worldline, what is he doing smoking a cigar? Perhaps this is a stretch, but it would seem cheaper and more logical to buy cigarettes to use if you were not going to actually smoke them.



posted on Jan, 30 2004 @ 12:04 PM
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Originally posted by Losonczy
I'm not trying to piss anyone off here...but the more I read this thread...I think of poor Jesus Christ. I'm sure people said the same about him. Some of the prophecies were right.


Actually, the only "right" prophecies that Titor had were the ones that "mysteriously appeared" AFTER the event. Before the event, they hadn't been predicted.

Heck, I can predict "Howard Dean Does Poorly In The Early Caucuses" now. This doesn't make me a prophet.



We're inspired by ideas that strike some chord in us. Doesn't make them true. Doesn't make them untrue. Just makes them significant...or insignificant.


Beg to differ, here -- we investigate the unusual on this board. If you get sucked into and suckered into every fraud out there, you'll never find out the truth. If you believe the lies of that high school student, then you can spend your whole life looking for the proof and ignoring some of the big and real issues out there (like the "oh, there's NO problem here!" coverups of instances of ebola by certain governments in Africa.)

Being a conspiracy researcher means learning to distinguish what's true and going after the real stuff. Being a Victim-Of-Pranksters means hanging on to stuff because you like it, even after it's been disproved again... and again... and again.



posted on Apr, 17 2004 @ 03:36 PM
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New member here, giving my 2 cents worth..

I think it actually doesn't really matter if John Titor was what he claimed to be or not. Instead of being so obsessed with the authencity of his persona, perhaps we should take a step back and consider what he has said about us squandering what we have now, and how a war would actually be good for US. I'm not a US citizen - and living in a small but prosperous country, the foreign policies adopted by the US have a profound impact. It's a pity that the people in US seem to take for granted that their country is the most powerful in the world; the president they elect into office has the power to mould international affairs. For that reason, perhaps it would be more prudent for people in the US to think twice and hard before making their decision in the elections. From an outsider's point-of-view, the aggressive, militaristic US foreign policy do not bode well. If Bush were to be re-elected into office, who knows what international crisis would arise next.

Why do some people display such violent reactions to Titor and his predictions? Titor - whether he was genuine or a fraud- and his message centre very much around the civil war in the US, not around trying to build his case as a 'real' time traveller. And whether he was just some bored punk trying to pull off another internet scam, what he has said are indeed food for thought; if we do not cherish what we have now, what happens when it disappears? Humans seem to have failed to learn lessons from the First and Second World Wars. In an international system dominated by trealist politicians, military aggression serves to only fan the desire of other countries to adopt militaristic policies. And if this goes on, I shuuder to think of the eventual outcome.

Another point which interests me is the intolerance of Americans towards anything that deviates from the majority; since Titor mentioned that the conflict will eradicate racism as we know it today, perhaps a war would not be the worst thing to happen. I'm aware that many Americans disapprove of the Bush administration's decision to invade Iraq - and yet, I'm sorry to say - the US has yet to get a taste of what it feels like to have a full-blown war in their midst, and how important it would be to stop Bush into turning into another expansionist leader like Hitler.



posted on Apr, 1 2008 @ 02:11 PM
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Artificial black hole created in lab




physicsworld.com...
Everyone knows the score with black holes: even if light strays too close, the immense gravity will drag it inside, never to be seen again. They are thought to be created when large stars finally spend all their fuel and collapse. It might come as a surprise, therefore, to find that physicists in the UK have now managed to create an “artificial” black hole in the lab.

Originally, theorists studying black holes focused almost exclusively on applying Einstein’s theory of general relativity, which describes how the gravity of massive objects arises from the curvature of space–time. Then, in 1974, the Cambridge University physicist Stephen Hawking, building on the work of Jacob Bekenstein, showed that quantum mechanics should also be thrown into the mix.

Hawking suggested that the point of no return surrounding a black hole beyond which light cannot escape — the so-called event horizon — should itself emit particles such as neutrinos or photons. In quantum mechanics, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle allows such particles to spring out of the empty vacuum in pairs all the time, although they usually annihilate shortly after. But if two particles were to crop up on either side of a black hole’s event horizon, the one on the inside would be trapped while the one on the outside could break free. To an observer, the black hole would look like a thermal body, and these particles would be the black hole’s “Hawking radiation”.


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Jon Cartwright is a reporter for physicsworld.com


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posted on Jul, 16 2008 @ 01:49 AM
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Well its only a month or so away from the beijing olympics so there is one question that blows "JOHN TITORS" answer out of the water...of course the olympics are going to be on...I mean one man out of 6 billion + in the year "2036" (laughs) gets to time travel and go alone.Also he never came forth with a video of himself..there is no confirmation from any titor family in the slightest..he failed to mention any family member names or anything big that has happened since 2000 like 911 for example!! John Titor is obviously a made up name from some scientist wanting something so bad he/she went after it..now look at all of these weak minded followers who are all too stupid to believe the reality of it all and now Iam sure there is some kind of a Cult following his name but its just another false hope to try and lure the minds of those who need it.



posted on Jul, 16 2008 @ 02:12 AM
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Hawking changed his mind about his own theories just like titor said he would. Less lethal seizure lights were invented like titor spoke about. A soldiers winter was written a poem titor spoke on when questioned if he remembered any poems. IRAQ WAS INVADED OVER HYPED UP WEAPONS THAT WERE NOT THERE just as titor sarcastically teased his detractors about.

He knew things about the IBM 5100 that only the project mercury team knew.
And those of us that have investigated project mercury know for sure that Titor is not any one of them.

When you eliminate every other possibility whatever you are left with NO MATTER HOW IMPROBABLE MUST BE THE TRUTH!

And thats what it is.

Civil war yeah not yet. Olyimpic in 2006 YES they happened... Will he get everything right? NO he said as much because of the multiverse theory being correct. BUT hasn't he already got to omuch correct?



[edit on 10/18/2007 by titorite]



posted on Oct, 27 2008 @ 08:26 AM
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Whether John Titor's story is real or not he entertainment us all with his story. If it is a hoax and likely is the person who came up with spinned a tale we want soon forget.



posted on Dec, 24 2008 @ 12:23 PM
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Well, I guess this was way off the mark......



posted on Feb, 4 2009 @ 03:24 AM
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the olympics happened. he lied (:



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