Well... This is going to sound awkward.
Me, I'm this guy's son. No joke. Aaron Francis. Ask the guy yourself. I just happened to google Clockstar, and found this little thread insulting
him. Well, he's trying to keep it all a secret so that people don't steal his ideas. He's got plenty of papers and documents-- For lack of a better
term, granted-- Stowed away. I've seen them myself.
No, he isn't scamming anybody. eBay's fraud stuff was bull, and it turns out the government stepped in at some point and had it shut down,
apparently. Is it BELIEVABLE? No. Not really, no. But he has actually been talking to scientists, college professors, and all that, and they're
saying that all the math he's done is exactly where it needs to be.
In short? His plans are to create a clock that can work within a certain time frame. 24 hours isn't "real time" in his opinion, so he's developing
something that is.
This, in turn, will help him with actually putting his theory to work-- That's why he hasn't gotten too far yet. But
computer programs are being made, and he's even got his own site that people are watching. The overall result will be creating a craft that can
literally rip open a point in time and space, and shoot people back to an exact moment in time.
As I said. Is it believable? Not for the narrow-minded who have been taught otherwise. He says he's been working on this for two years, but in
reality, he's been working on this PART for three. The overall time to working up to this point is probably well over six years, if my memory serves.
Is it REALISTIC? Well. If time travel's realistic, I'll be damned, but this is the farthest I've seen anybody make sense of it. Is he crazy? I'd
like to say no, but more than slightly, yes. But it's all for real, people. Believe what you want, but he's yet to be proven wrong in any way.
I'm sure I'll probably be banned or something, or my post will be deleted. I know how places usually work. You probably think I am him, but no, I am