posted on Jun, 15 2012 @ 08:08 PM
Originally posted by GLontra
Could you explain why people in different parts of the world are getting messages from this SAME "person" aR, and with the SAME date, 2093?
The messages are not signed with different names, and the dates are not different. It's always "aR" and always 2093.
Well i'll say that just makes it more obvious it is a problem in the provider network. Actually, to break it down, think of it like a virus. They
infect the network of the provider with a bug, and then from there it sends out a bunch of jargon from "aR" in 2093. The messages would be sent out
at random to people all over, depending on what the trigger is. Also, to be honest i could see the providers not even caring about this at all. i mean
if someone doesn't have unlimited texts and they are at their limit then each of these random texts would charge them more for opening it. Thus they
would actually be making money from random texts like this.
Also, look at it from a technological point of view. I highly, very very highly, doubt that the same kind of networking, servers, and all that would
be used in 2093. There would be no way for the phone to connect to phones of this time, just based on the different technologies used. Plus, i can't
even conceive how a text message, electronic signal, could travel back in time to someone in our time. The only rational thought is it is a bug in
with the providers of service.