posted on Aug, 18 2008 @ 11:48 PM
reply to post by spookjr
I suppose you are right. However it does seem to be the descriptive name of choice by conspiracy theorists. I prefer a rip in the time and space
fabric of the universe myself. I appreciate your insight and awareness to the connection to the pop media culture however.
I have a new "test" for anyone doubting the possibility of this phenomena. A close friend of mine and myself were up in Duchesne this past
weekend. We drove from town east. We both noticed that there were time inconsistencies with our cell phones. This has happened every single time I
have been there, so I don't think it is a fluke. Both of our phones read different times than the actual time , and different times than each other.
What is odd is that we have the same carrier: AT&T. In addition, it happened at different times throughout our travels. Neither of us have roaming, or
in other words we have the national unlimited plan. Making it more interesting, the time again changed near the Skinwalker ranch. I attest this will
happen to anyone in the nearby area. The time change always happened in intervals of an hour, either forward or backward.
So, as an example the actual time would be 10 pm. His phone would read 9 pm, and mine would read 11 pm. He has a high end motorola, and I have an
I-phone, so I don't think our technology is outdated. In addition, It would flip flop depending on the area. So at other times my phone would read an
hour behind and his an hour ahead. This happened throughout the night as we drove from Duchesne to the Ranch and back. It also happened during the day
and again at night. It has happened every time Im up there, which is alot now that I bought a property in the area, and visit it weekly. What is even
more strange, is that it is nowhere near a timezone change of any sort.
I don't think this is proof of any sort, but one has to admit that it is odd.
Any ideas ? And if you are in the area, I am sure you know what I am talking about.
[edit on 18-8-2008 by theutahbigfoothunter]