posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 08:21 PM
This may have been already posted, as I did not have a large amount of time to read the entirety of this thread.
However, is it not entirely possible that the closer we get to humanity's future, we're nearing the "limit" of our own future technology?
Perhaps in 2019 mankind is experimenting with "sending messages to the past" maybe as we get closer to the year 2019, more and more of these
"mysterious texts" will appear, this time with actual text on them.
While the concept of it being a "glitch" is completely reasonable, I must admit, the idea of "texts from the future" is a bit scary, if not mind
Without going into the paradoxal rant, "messing with the past" should be an impossibility.
Though that's from a rational standpoint. Assuming humanity develops that kind of technology in the future, it only seems logical that the ability to
send messages back in time would be -much- shorter than need be to prove a point.
That being said, it seems an absolute impossibility, as the amount of energy it would take to send such a simple message back in time would be
ridiculous for something as simple as a cell phone.
On the other hand, that only opens the reason as to why these texts are blank. Perhaps our primitive phones are completely incapable of getting such
high energy messages from the future.
And I'm beginning to rant, heh, appologies and what not for wasting time, hopefully someone out there will find this interesting.