posted on Jun, 25 2004 @ 05:03 PM
I bet this post will be left unread by most. Hasn't nice pictures with it or even bold letters. Anway I will proof John Titor wrong by simple facts I
saw never taken care of.
Let's look back into the 20th century and in the beginning years of our 21st century. We had a full range of movies, magazines and many more
picturing our future.
What do they have all in common? They weren't exact at all, not even a little bit. Ever watched Sci-Fi claiming the year 1990 but produced in the
60s, 70s or even 80s? Completly strange what they considered to be realistic for 1990.
How does affect John Titor?
Looking at his pictures, illustrations and manuals we see some strange fancy stuff. We all look...does it look like real? Could it be a real
Does the machine look like it could actually do something like enabling time travelling?
Looks quite convincing.
And that's the proof it is faked from somebody used to technical illustration, living nowadays and not from the future.
Design, "they way it looks", "they way you do it", call it however you like. This has been changed every year since humans learned how to make
fire. Movies from the past see computers as big monsters with lots of lights and buttons to press on, without display or even a mouse!
Titor's pictures and illustrations in connection with his statement he is from 2036 completly deny the principles to evolution in the fields of
design, society, technics and many other.
It's impossible that an object from 2036 looks like that. Simple as that.
His story is nice, it's convincing in several aspects but not only the photo/illustration issue proofs him wrong. Also the fact that 35 years of
advancement won't leave language and social behaviour untouched. That he doesn't appear as strange freak is the 2nd proof.
A pitty most people will just love to read the sensational posts instead of those who proof him wrong by logic.