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Going to buy and test HDR time travel device (just talked to Stephen Gibbs)

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posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 09:15 PM
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i say go ahead and try it man. all these people are concerned about how much it cost and that time travel dosent exist. they think that just because they think its not real that no one else should. im willing to bet that no one on this thread really knows anything about time travel. it seems like people that dont believe in anything and are closed minded come on this site just to spam. i think this is true science taking risk




posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 09:21 PM
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www.youtube.com...

Looking at the stuff in this box, I could build one for about $7 US (going to my favorite electronic surplus store).

Most of it is the $3 project box from Radio Shack. They're too expensive for the rest. It would jump to about $20 otherwise.

The "witness hole" ? That is an inductive tuning coil. If I knew the wire size (looks to be about 22awg) and the turns, I could figure the microhenries and the tuning range. Putting a crystal in it? Nada. Put in a ferrite rod? That could help tune some stuff....

Thats if you have a variable capacitor.

It kinda looks like a strange crystal set.

Dude, this thing is a piece of hokem.

Now IF you could come up with a Hieronomus Machine, that could be verified and proven legit. `

en.wikipedia.org...

If this is the correct device, these things were interesting. One story I heard was that it was tested by putting a picture of a piece of land afflicted by pests of some sort. They put a bit of pesticide on the pic and via some "etheric" connection, all of the bugs died.
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posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 09:26 PM
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Are you the joke police? No one really cares whether you find things funny or not. Why would you assume that people here care about you at all.

Here's a joke: OP is spending $360 on a time machine. Funniest thing I heard all day.



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 09:27 PM
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I really wish people would save their fingers regarding telling the guy he wasted his money. Let he without waste type the first letter.

People drop this much at a race track or a casino in minutes. They buy lottery tickets. They play fantasy sports (I dropped $125 on it this year). Its a gamble, as the OP notes. Maybe he wins, probably he loses but I give him all the credit in the world. If it works, great. If not, you have a story to tell anyway and some personal entertainment trying it.


S&F



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 09:27 PM
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Originally posted by Mathoryn
Sounds to me like you will be receiving a 360 dollar vibrator with chrismas lights and speaker knobs..

On the off chance that it does work, please shoot hitler once in the nuts for me!


You mean "nut"?

Hey, if it works, I might buy one and go back in time to bang all those women I was too chicken to back then. Knowing what I know now...

Waiting for your results.



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 09:53 PM
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Originally posted by darkbake

You are correct, times ARE tough. I happened to get some Christmas money which makes it possible for me to spend the money on this device.



Dude, if you use any money given to you by friends and relatives, tell them you spent it on ~anything~ other than a TIME MACHINE. It might help keep the peace.

Seriously, though - I'm not saying you're nuts, but most people would tell you a TIME MACHINE might be a waste of money. Just sayin'.



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 10:38 PM
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This HDR user says that through remote viewing (in 2007) that Hilary will be president in 2008.

hmmm.....

www.youtube.com...




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posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 11:02 PM
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huh? what? a time machine?

ok? so this device can transport a person and from all reports of this device other material objects too. Is there a scientific explanation how it works apart from some made up script from any number of sci fi movies?

Now as i understand it the OP is claiming that the time travel is taking him into alternate timelines... how does he determine which timeline he travels too and how does he return? the video demonstrating the device working is a joke.

Also why cant the inventor just use it to get the latest lotto numbers and be a millionaire and not have to bother making even 1 extra machine.

is the inventor fantastically rich? is he deliriously happy? if his life is not a happy and pleasant example of what you desire its safe to assume he is full of sheet and has nothing to offer you but disappointment.



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 11:14 PM
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Why don't you make this really simple and travel a few days into the future. Tell me the opening and closing amount of the DOW. If you could do that, then there won't be any arguments out of me.

Alternatively, go to the pentagon on September 11th and tell me what actually hit it and take pictures.

Thanks. Honestly, I think you got ripped off.

If this guy can travel through time, why doesn't win the lottery or make 100 million on the stock market. Then, he could give the machines away for free. What does a guy with unlimited control over space and time want with $360?
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posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 11:15 PM
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Originally posted by BattleStarGal
This HDR user says that through remote viewing (in 2007) that Hilary will be president in 2008.

hmmm.....


edit on 27-12-2010 by BattleStarGal because: Link not working.


Oops. The OP will explain that one away by arguing that the viewer visited the future in an alternate universe.



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 11:20 PM
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Not having tried the device, but looked at how it works, and the information given by the inventor, it seems plausible to me that it could in fact work. Specially the astral time travel part seems very legitimate, and since it is a radionics device it is basically already something using so called "unscientific" means to work: "psychic energy".

Looking at it in a pure traditional "scientific" way will not do the most good here since science (orthodox / traditional / public ) is not up to date when it comes to what can only be called "spiritual energies" and "psychic powers" etc.

It is however interesting, for those whom may not know, that governments have been using more or less the same approach for decades in espionage etc, such as the Stargate Project. Here is a documentary featuring various CIA agents talking about their involvement and experiences with using astral projection (in the form of "remote viewing") for spying and other means:
www.dailymotion.com...

One do not need any device to achieve the effects this device, the HRD, is supposed to be able to induce, but yes it can be quite possible that it may help achieve such effects much easier and quicker than most people are able to do without it, and from doing only meditations and astral projection exercises on their own. There are many different devices able to help with astral projection, from light strobe goggles to various hemi-sync soundwave based technology, to hypnosis etc. Would a machine such as the HDR be safe to use? Probably not long-term or frequently, considering the way it works with electricity and electromagnetism.

Also regarding the mentioned grid points, or vortexes, these energy spots on Earth, these are in fact very strong energy sources that can be used among many other things for teleportation and time travel (both which are more or less the same and directly linked to each other). On that I can only speak from personal experiences, and once I did actually travel through time into the future on such an energy spot. It was a short "travel" though, only 6 hours into the future, but nevertheless it gave me the understanding of how powerful such spots are. It was also quite by accident, and happened to both me and a friend at the same time, and other witnesses were able to confirm us having been gone for those hours in addition (in fact we did not even know about it until we met other family members and friends whom had been wondering if we had gotten lost as we were up in the mountains and woods at the time).

So yes, time travel is certainly possible, both astrally and physically. Verified and experienced both, and I hope you succeed with your experiments without causing yourself any injuries or problems.

Good luck



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 11:24 PM
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Originally posted by asher
i say go ahead and try it man. all these people are concerned about how much it cost and that time travel dosent exist. they think that just because they think its not real that no one else should. im willing to bet that no one on this thread really knows anything about time travel. it seems like people that dont believe in anything and are closed minded come on this site just to spam. i think this is true science taking risk


I know you can't buy a time machine on the internet for $360. I know that if a time machine can be built that it will cost more than an iPad. "True science" would never take place if we all spent our lives trying to build a working time machine with $28 dollars of spare parts we purchased at Radio Shack. I'll skip "true science" if it means paying an internet con artist $360.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 12:08 AM
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Make sure you keep your receipt...



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 12:19 AM
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darkbake, I don't know what makes you think there is even a remote possibilty this "HDR time travel device" will work the way Stephen Gibbs claims it will. At $360 a pop I don't even see the novelty value. Another Stephen, Stephen Hawkings recently claimed that it would be possible to build a real working time machine one day. Not that it had already been built with parts found at Radioshack.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 12:23 AM
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I say 'go for it'!

And I'll toss out this offer: if the OP is within reasonable distance to Seattle I'll come over and do all the documenting/filming of the experiment. I'm skeptical but completely fair and open-minded and have been filming for quite a number of years.

Just shoot me a PM and I'm there with camera and lights!

Be safe



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 12:33 AM
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i believe your sincere, but i'd rather take that $360 and buy a PS3 or an XBOX 360...



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 12:53 AM
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Why not just make a thread when your experiment is finished? It's going to be a #ing hassle to slog through all the people, like me, posting useless stuff until you actually get the device and use it and hopefully post about it instead of disappearing in a time vortex or something.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 01:13 AM
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ATTENTION PLEASE:


I have the gut feeling this chap is actually trying to promote this scam product by acting like a client.

-Good writing skills, so he may not be the idiot's village who would believe such scam.
-Doesn't want to try it before buying it.
-Story conveniently posted around christmas time to entice people to spend on this product.
-Since blatant advertising is forbidden here, passing as a tester' is a good way to do some publicity.
-He will probably come back with the results of his 'testing' and tell how awesome it was.


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posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 01:14 AM
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I am just curious on the results? It's a BIG "IF" factor.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 01:22 AM
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So I confess I didn't read the whole thread, I read the front page then jumped to the end to see if there was any conclusion.. I did watch the video above about the witness well ..

Of course I don't buy into this device one bit but my question from someone who knows what this is SUPPOSED to do ... in the video he has a coin from the 1920s, am I to assume that the coin is a "witness" since it was created in the 20s and it's supposed to take him back to that period of time? .. so if I wanted to pop into the 70s I could put in a coin from the 70s?

The reason I ask that is because if that IS how it's supposed to operate .. my first thought would be.. wouldn't it actually take me back to the time the metal was formed? .. just because it was stamped as a coin with a date on it seems irrelevant .. of course nothing about this device seems to have any credibility ... I could be wrong, and I'll read up about it .. and I'm certainly interested in hearing the conclusion of this, even though I would be willing to place money on the outcome




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