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John Titor Archive: Interview with a time traveler (page 14 of 19)

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posted on Jun, 24 2004 @ 12:35 PM
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Span.TitorUnk [FONT-SIZE: 11px; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana; color: #7cfc00;] Span.TitorA [FONT-SIZE: 10px; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana; color: #cc0000; font-weight: bold;] Span.TitorB [FONT-SIZE: 10px; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana; color: #000099; font-weight: bold;] Span.TitorPF [FONT-SIZE: 10px; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana; color: #009900; font-weight: bold;] Span.TitorPP [FONT-SIZE: 10px; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana; color: #800080; font-weight: bold;] Span.TitorD [FONT-SIZE: 10px; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana; color: #000099; font-weight: bold;] Span.TitorE [FONT-SIZE: 10px; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana; color: #606060; font-weight: bold;] Span.IntvwQuote [FONT-SIZE: 11px; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana; color: ; FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-STYLE: italic;] The ATS John Titor Project Page 14 of 19 pg.1  pg.2  pg.3  pg.4  pg.5  pg.6  pg.7  pg.8  pg.9  pg.10  pg.11  pg.12  pg.13  pg.14  pg.15  pg.16  pg.17  pg.18  pg.19  images  02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 501 ((Why are orphans an issue? It seems war orphans would be pretty old by now.?)) Problems with the environment still have lasting affects on all people, which cause the average life span to lower. In addition, people are more susceptible to accidents. Family life and children are very highly valued and the community takes the responsibility for raising children if their parents die. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 502 ((What is your biggest or gravest environmental issue?)) Water. You need it for everything and there is very little left in the world that is positively safe to drink. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (right now) 503 ((Does distillation remove radioactivity from water?)) It removes the dust and dirt particles that are radioactive. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 504 ((Are there any women on your travel team?)) Not that I’m aware of but I would assume there are women who are either trained or are training for the same type of work. I don’t know why there wouldn’t be. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 505 ((What is the status of women in your time?)) I understand the question but I have nothing to relate it to in 2036. The status of women is the same as men. Equality issues disappeared during the war. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 506 ((Do they hold office?)) Yes. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 507 ((Work outside the home?)) Women are not expected to stay home and be “barefoot and pregnant” if that’s what you mean. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 508 ((Get equal pay?)) Yes. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 509 ((Are they safe on the streets at night?)) There is still crime but people do not attack each other the way they do here. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 510 ((What do women wear for the most part?)) Clothing is more functional. Women wear very similar clothing as men when working or training. In our free time or with our family and friends, clothing is much more individualized. Long dresses, knitted sweaters and pants are still quite popular. You’ll have to forgive me; I’m not very good at describing women’s clothing. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 511 ((Are the Amish alive and well?)) Yes, I believe they are. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 512 ((What is the birth rate?)) I don’t know the exact figures but having children is radically lower than it is now. It is the one thing I wish we had that you enjoy here. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 513 ((Is there an unusual rate of birth defects and if so what kind?)) Yes. Mostly stillborn. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 514 ((You said that your culture was centered around the Universities. Weren't they wiped out in the war? They are in cities after all. ?)) Not all major universities are in large cities. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 515 ((Do you use cell phones?)) Yes, we use a form of cell phone. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 516 ((Eat allot of red meat?)) Yes but not as much as you do. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 517 ((Drive cars?)) Yes but they are not produced in nearly the same numbers or used the same way. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 518 ((Are airlines in operation?)) Yes but again, not nearly as many. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 519 ((Internationally?)) Yes, but most people don’t get really want to go overseas. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 520 ((Are people pressured (subtle or otherwise) to adhere to a Christian doctrine?)) Not at all. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 521 ((Do police make drug busts?)) No. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 522 ((Are there many jails? What kind of criminals are in them?)) Yes there are jails. Mostly theft, fraud, rape and murder. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 523 ((What kind of public punishment is there?)) Hard labor, community service, banishment (you must move to another community), public execution. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 524 ((Sounds like New England during religious persecution and intolerance. ?)) How do you define intolerance? We don’t really have the energy or desire to waste time being intolerant. If you produce and help the community than you can do pretty much think and do anything you want within the law. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 525 ((Are there Wholistic healers? Herbal medicines? Alternative life styles? ?)) Yes. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 526 ((Is there personal freedom?)) Yes, the same freedoms you enjoy under the Constitution. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 527 ((Is there an IRS and a need to keep a lot of receipts and paperwork around to justify yourself?)) Yes, we pay taxes. Sounds like you don’t enjoy keeping track of your personal income taxes. I don’t think anyone does. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 528 ((Is the same type of currency used? Is ours today good in say 2010 or 2020?)) Yes, we use money. That’s a good question. I don’t see why you couldn’t use your current bills in the future. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 529 ((Other than time travel how do most people get around the country? Do people tend to travel much? ?)) There is a high-speed train system, horseback, bike, walking. Automobiles are used mostly for sport and some transportation. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 530 ((Are people suspicious of strangers or all you one big happy family now?)) There is still conflict and mistrust. Yes, I am suspicious of strangers. I think that’s an instinct we are given to help us stay alive. 02/24/2001 12:37 pm (about the future) 531 ((How do most people die during the war? Radiation, starvation? bullet wounds?)) Correct…but in this order: Starvation – Disease – Bullet Wounds – Radiation. 02/25/2001 07:31 am (about time travel) 532 ((Art had a fellow on the show the other day from a Time Travel organization. John, do they have anything to do with the "future" of time travel, as YOU know it?)) There are numerous people and organizations that contribute to the practical application of physical time travel. I think you would be surprised how much real work is being done right now. 02/25/2001 07:31 am (about time travel) 533 ((About video taping the departure... Let us assume you do this, and your agents (family?) in Florida send the tape to the Sci Fi channel, or to Art Bell... how would this affect you in the future?)) It wouldn’t affect me on my home worldline in the least. I would only be concerned how it would affect the “me” here. Of course it may be a large part of my secret agenda and I have no choice but to do it anyway. 02/25/2001 07:31 am (predictions for the future) 534 ((You said that there will be a big war right? And that Russia will nuke some of our major cities, right? Can you at least tell us which cities will be nuked?)) No I won’t do that. However, I submit to you that when the moment comes it will be absolutely plain as day that you are unsafe in the cities. The millions people that stay will choose to stay. That's what comes as a surprise. 02/25/2001 07:31 am (about the future) 535 ((Are we traveling in space in 2036?)) Not yet but they are working on it. 02/25/2001 07:31 am (about the future) 536 ((Has first contact with an alien race occurred?)) Not that I’m aware of. 02/25/2001 08:00 am (about time travel) 537 ((1) You say your machine has roughly a 60 year limit. Is it possible to go back 60 years and then another 60 years? ?)) Yes, that is possible but the divergence grows exponentially as you move farther away from your worldline of origin. I could make 50-year jumps to go back and see what the world looked like 2000 years ago but there is a strong chance it would look nothing like what I expect. There are larger distortion units that are more accurate and have a larger window.




posted on Feb, 9 2005 @ 04:27 PM
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02/25/2001 07:31 am (predictions for the future) 534
((You said that there will be a big war right? And that Russia will nuke some of our major cities, right? Can you at least tell us which cities will be nuked?))

No I won?t do that. However, I submit to you that when the moment comes it will be absolutely plain as day that you are unsafe in the cities. The millions people that stay will choose to stay. That's what comes as a surprise.


With our recent tensions with Russia, can anyone see this actually coming to light?



posted on Feb, 9 2005 @ 04:29 PM
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Oh for the love of....


The threat of Russia nuking cities has always been a greatly percieved danger. It's NOTHING to make a prediction like this!



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