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John Titor Archive: Interview with a time traveler (page 17 of 19)

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posted on Jun, 24 2004 @ 12:37 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 17 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  03/05/2001 11:32 am (about the future) 579 ((Any more on Bill Gates? ?)) Not really. Just curious, why is he of such interest? 03/05/2001 11:32 am (about the future) 580 ((Do people wear chips yet?)) No. People value their personal independence and ability to take care of themselves. 03/05/2001 11:32 am (safety, suggestions, assorted philosophy) 581 ((I would still like to know what population makes a city big.?)) Cities become targets because of their military and economic value. Any large area supported by a civil infrastructure is likely to be on that list. 03/05/2001 11:32 am (right now) 582 ((What did you think about those commercials?)) I think those commercials capitalize on other people’s misery and misfortune in an attempt to sell a product. I can understand coming up with an idea like but what confuses me is how does it get past that stage? How do people sit in a room around a large conference table and agree that leaving a critically injured person lying in the snow is funny and will sell cell phones? 03/05/2001 05:49 pm (about the future) 583 ((Can you tell us if reverse speech is used in the future for business or even pleasure?)) I’m not very familiar with reverse speech but what I saw on the web leads me to conclude it’s a bit objective. I’m not sure if its been proven scientifically to be very accurate. Are you aware of any research that shows that? 03/05/2001 05:49 pm (about the future) 584 ((Also, can you talk about earthquakes in California or Nevada?)) No I can’t. Besides, I see others predicting earthquakes and very few people pay any attention to them. 03/05/2001 05:49 pm (about time travel) 585 ((Warping time and space takes lots of energy?)) Yes it does. A nuclear aircraft carrier and a space shuttle main engine also take a great deal of energy. 03/05/2001 05:49 pm (about time travel) 586 ((. .. making finding out if or how TT works hard . . . is this because of some accidental way the universe turned out, or is it a fundamental law written in by the Creator?)) Hawking believes it’s possible to build a time machine but a mysterious energy will destroy it if anyone tries to use it. In my opinion, manipulating gravity is not the hard part of time travel. Also, with great power comes great responsibility. If man has a limitation, that’s it. 03/05/2001 05:49 pm (about time travel) 587 (( Why aren't you traveling and telling us about your latest trip to the pyramids…?)) Yes, that would be fascinating but the unit I have is unable to go back that far accurately. 03/05/2001 05:49 pm (about the future) 588 ((Are the Great Pryamids still standing in 2036?)) Yes, although one of them was severely damaged. 03/05/2001 05:49 pm (about the future) 589 (How's communication around the world in 2036. Do you still have literature widely available?)) Yes, books and other literature are available but most of the distribution is via the net. 03/05/2001 05:49 pm (about the future) 590 ((What's the latest book you've read that you were only able to hear about in your own time?)) The latest book I read was the autobiography of the Red Baron compiled from letters to his mother. Yes, I was aware of it in my own time but finding an original copy there was almost impossible. 03/05/2001 05:49 pm (about the future) 591 ((Is new literature also so available?)) Yes. 03/05/2001 05:49 pm (about the future) 592 ((Is the english language begining to segment into sects and accents with less influence from trourists? Or is tourism still strong and thriving in 2036.?)) I would say the English language is pretty much the same as it is now. There are differences in slang and figures of speech but it’s nothing you couldn’t pick up. Yes, I suppose we do have “tourism”. 03/05/2001 05:49 pm (about the future) 593 ((can you tell me what year the police will stop busting people for smoking weed??)) It happens about the same time they stop coming to your house when you dial 911. 03/05/2001 05:49 pm (safety, suggestions, assorted philosophy) 594 ((do they start pushing for legalization earlier than the war???)) It's not really an issue of the government letting you do something, It’s more like they have other things to worry about. Don’t you feel you’re capable of taking care of yourself? If you want to take mood-altering drugs, why should my opinions stop you from that? They don’t stop you from taking alcohol, tobacco or fast food. 03/08/2001 11:23 am (about time travel) 595 ((The fact that he added that he could not complete a 0 divergent trip meant that he could not return to his timeline and hence a mission into the past to help his people was logically flawed. In fact, since I posted that, his postings have been infrequent and sparse.?)) I thought we went over that to your satisfaction? Doesn't everyone know after looking at a Perrose for a Kerr singularity that you have to travel faster than light to get to the "exact" same worldline? 03/08/2001 05:37 pm (about time travel) 596 By the way, the Kerr ring singularity is a spacetime possessing CLOSED timelike curves. You would clearly need a naked singularity so that the chronology violating region would not be hidden behind the event horizon.?)) As you are aware, approaching a rotating singularity can be done quite easily without experiencing the negative side effects of a massive gravitational field and it?s very possible to ?pass? through the center of the ring. Besides, if you did need a naked singularity, all you would have to do is increase the rotation or electric charge so the inner even horizon equals the diameter of the outer event horizon. 03/10/2001 10:35 pm (predictions for the future) 597 Based on the earlier questions I?ve seen, I?ve decided a day-to-day record of the Dow a day in advance should convince you that the messages are real in 1998. 03/10/2001 07:26 pm (about time travel) 598 FSAfter going over my flight plan home, I have discovered my VGL holdover period is a bit longer than I expected. I will be spending at least three weeks in April of 1998 as I make my way back to 1975. Therefore, I not only offer you the chance to leave a message to yourself in 2036 but I offer you the chance to leave yourself a message in 1998. I will take any compiled messages and email addressees you provide and send them on the net when I get to 1998. 03/13/2001 08:46 am (about time travel) 599 ((As you know, bodies under acceleration lose their initial constant velocity worldline reference with respect to each other – the Twins Paradox.?)) I’m not sure that’s accurate. Twin Paradox time travel only suspends your perspective on a local level as the “world” around you goes on. You do not change worldlines. 03/13/2001 08:46 am (about time travel) 600 ((Given that you have a possible 2.5% divergence from your own worldline (5% on a roundtrip?)on a 60-year trip and the micro-singularities (each having their own worldline) are subject to the same divergence, how do you keep them in phase?)) Good thinking but that’s not exactly the way they work and divergence is not cumulative. 03/13/2001 08:46 am (about time travel) 601 ((Does the divergence extend into N-dimensions? Is the 2.5% the total error or is each dimension subject to the 2.5% divergence individually?)) Yes, that’s a little closer. You should perhaps change the “N” to and “X” to avoid string theory confusion. 03/13/2001 08:46 am (about time travel) 602 ((…but how did you manage to overcome the problem of gathering sufficient power to artificially create a micro-singularity in such a short time (sometime prior to 2036)) The “machine” with the energy to do it will come on-line very soon. The “method” for doing it has already been “mostly” perfected in the Z machine at the National lab in New Mexico. 03/13/2001 08:46 am (about time travel) 603 ((I believe that it would theoretically take the total energy output of the Sun since the time of Richard the Lionhearted (about a thousand years) to form one micro-singularity, let along two.)) Not that much. 03/13/2001 08:46 am (right now) 604 ((But let me ask you one simple question: instead of sitting at your computer, why not present yourself to George W, proof in hand? THAT would throw quite a monkey wrench into the government's cover-up machine, don't you think?)) Please take a look at the front cover of this month’s Popular Mechanics because it’s a great example of your legacy to 2036 after the war. One side of the cover it describes in great detail how your government is ready spying on you. On the other side (and just as important) it tells you how to install a hot tub. 03/13/2001 08:46 am (right now) 605 ((…but would not the vintage computer from 1975 be bigger than the time machine to haul back to the future?)) Not at all. The 5100 series will fit on a tabletop. 03/13/2001 08:46 am (about the future) 606 ((Are people using "reverse speech" in courts, etc. or even recreational?)) Not that I’m aware of. 03/13/2001 08:46 am (about time travel) 607 ((…and John's explanation was "gravity sensors". While I'm not aware of anything called a gravity sensor in this day and age, I wouldn't discount such a thing.)) es.epa.gov... For a second there, I thought 2.5% took a big chunk out of this worldline. I found this site and I’m sure there are others out there. 03/13/2001 08:46 am (right now) 608 ((…and John's explanation was "gravity sensors". While I'm not aware of anything called a gravity sensor in this day and age, I wouldn't discount such a thing.)) es.epa.gov... For a second there, I thought 2.5% took a big chunk out of this worldline. I found this site and I’m sure there are others out there.




 
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