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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, 28 2010 @ 07:10 AM
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Originally posted by TheOracle
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.


edit on 28-12-2010 by TheOracle because: (no reason given)



i agree with this statement .... i am awaiting his comeback with amazing stories of how it worked and how we are all wrong..... hence the lul in his posting now .... i fully expect this thread to double in size afterwards with people screaming hoax back and forth ..... or maybe he won't post again as the adevrtising has already been done.




posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 07:29 AM
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why are you guys so picking on him, it is his money.
Just wait and we'll see what comes out at the end.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 07:36 AM
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I had the urge to post in this thread, sorry.

Obvious scam is obvious.

Seriously......time travel is NOT possible...



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 07:42 AM
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i say go for it, OP.
the potential benefits far outweight the risks.
especially when i'm not the one risking.

and if he blows $360 on a useless piece of junk... realizing you've done a retarded mistake is the most effective way for a person to learn.
edit on 28-12-2010 by Naphariel because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 07:43 AM
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I need to reply to some of the posters who ridicule the OP. I think what he is trying is very noble, and even if doesn't lead to time travel, it's the effort that counts.

Some of the greatest things that I have discovered have been through curiosity. Curiosity and imagination are what drive human invention and achievement.

I think the concept of using magnetism to create a time portal is close to the truth. Remeber The Philadelphia Experiment? Supposedly the government was able to get a whole ship to travel through space in time by centering it in the middle of a triangle of ships that housed large magnets.

Keep researching time travel. I have a feeling the humans of the future have already discovered it.

Good luck, bro.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 08:15 AM
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Originally posted by bluemooone2
Reading the linked thread OP , I came across this , and I would seriously think twice before trying it . It does not sound very safe to me , and I think defcon5 pretty much nailed the reason people experience effects from this device. www.abovetopsecret.com...
edit on 26-12-2010 by bluemooone2 because: (no reason given)


I realize that this is off-topic from time travel, but it's on-topic as far as the effects of electromagnetism go... This has probably already been theorized, but if exposing your brain to powerful magnetic fields can cause hallucinations (we know it can) could that possibly explain strange occurrences around the earth's poles? Take the incredible story of Admiral Byrd and his secret diary. Could the place he visited in Antarctica actually be an hallucination?

When people enter altered states, they are often highly suggestible. The "God helmet", an electromagnetic helmet that causes hallucinations when placed on someone's head, causes it's wearer to experience a presence that many describe as "God". Then again, if you've heard about the god helmet, that's kind of what you're expecting. This HDR device is supposed to make you time-travel, and users have reported experiencing just that. If Admiral Byrd was looking for a highly advanced secret Nazi base, does it not make sense that he would hallucinate a society of tall, blond-haired, blue-eyed, highly advanced super-humans?

Just a thought, and as I said, totally off topic, but I figured I'd throw it out there.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 08:19 AM
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Originally posted by OneNationUnder
If you want you can give me $200 and I will tell you your future: you will be disappointed in the product and ask for a refund. He will not give you a refund and you will be out $360.

I mean, you're really going to spend $360 in this economy on a product like this? People are losing their jobs, homes and food & you're throwing that amount of money away? Go to Toys R Us and get a Ouija Board --it's much cheaper AND you can take it back.

I really think you should re-think your financial decision in this matter. Without getting into who I am, I do have 25+ years in these matters & thousands of experiments in many areas. You will be disappointed.

Now, on the other hand, the Ouija board does in fact really work -IF used properly and cautiously.


No it doesnt???? its just another load of nonsesnse.... How can you even suggest it works????
edit on 28-12-2010 by uk alienhunter because: add a t to it!! lol



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 08:20 AM
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I bought my Time Travel machine last thursday from Mr. Gibbs, but because of delays in manufacture it was not delivered till three weeks ago. The delay in delivery means it was delivered while I was away at my sisters and unfortunately the UPS man died before I ordered it, so the entire machine disappeared into a time warp. Mr Gibbs promptly sent a refund check yesterday but it didn't arrive till last February and the check was only good for ninty days. My suggestion is keep your $360, or at the very least, make sure your UPS man is in good health before you order.

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posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 08:47 AM
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Originally posted by windwaker
I need to reply to some of the posters who ridicule the OP. I think what he is trying is very noble, and even if doesn't lead to time travel, it's the effort that counts.

Some of the greatest things that I have discovered have been through curiosity. Curiosity and imagination are what drive human invention and achievement.

I think the concept of using magnetism to create a time portal is close to the truth. Remeber The Philadelphia Experiment? Supposedly the government was able to get a whole ship to travel through space in time by centering it in the middle of a triangle of ships that housed large magnets.

Keep researching time travel. I have a feeling the humans of the future have already discovered it.

Good luck, bro.

Yeah -- but my point is (and I'm not making a joke) if the machine DID work, the OP may already know it did because he could have gone back in time and told himself that it did.

I mean, this thread is all about him doing his experiment and reporting the results -- right? If that's so, AND if his experiment is eventually successful, then why not just go back in time to "now" and tell us the results of the experiment right here on this thread.

Why would we have to "wait" for the results of this time traveling experiment if it truly does work?


edit on 12/28/2010 by Soylent Green Is People because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 09:00 AM
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Originally posted by miniatus
This one is an example of how absurd this device is.. this guy is demonstrating a time shift with the device.. how does he expect the chronometer to act around electromagnets?



Absurd indeed.
Place it on a small tree and lets watch it grow. And why doesn't his hand age and get all shriveled?!
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posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 09:01 AM
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There are plenty of videos on youtube of the machine. The guy even opens the thing and shows what is inside. And I can tell you its just a hoax. And not even a good one. Long story short there is a magnet inside the device, and when the guy puts his watch on to the time machine the pointers start to go forwards and backwards.. and in his opinion that is a definite proof that the machine works. Now all sane people realize that is what magnets do to electronics, it doesn't make actual time go backwards. It's just the watch that is going berserk. I'm sorry you spent your 360$ on it. Maybe next time you remember to do some sort of backround checks when you buy a time machine. Search on Youtube HDR Machine and you'll find.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 09:03 AM
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For 360$ you buy the demo version for a trip 5min to the past



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 09:17 AM
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For those who are saying things like "I thought ATS was about investigating and testing theories" and "Give the OP a chance, He's trying an experiment" and "Lay off the OP, at least he's willing to put his money where his mouth is"

And blah blah.



Bollocks to that....

ATS prides itself on investigating and busting hoaxes and scams.... we (apparently) try and deny ignorance here and these kind of threads (Marketing/sales... or just gullible morons) don't belong on here.

How can people defend this crap?

This guy is spending money on a time machine.... now yes I know... not an actual time machine that he can move around through time in and alter things, just one where he can "Astral travel" (his own words) and so on... but honestly.... why does he need a device for this?

I'm sorry but this thread is a joke and It's the reason ATS went well off the boil a while ago.

Content suffers because of absolute trash like this and the amount of responses it gets and the amount of people who say "Give at a chance" and "wow you're so closed-minded"

It's not about that.... this machine is crap.... a scam... that is 100% FACT.

Look at videos of it online, read a little about it, or if you really want to, buy one and make the inventor/distributor of this piece of crap even richer.

Honestly.... this is an embarrassment to a site that once had a fine reputation... and is now like reading The Weekly World News for the most part.

Frickin' Jokers......
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posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 09:17 AM
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Double post.
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posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 09:32 AM
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you dont need to spend $360.
you can make a simple kit for about $55.
I put a link on this post.
just find stuff on the web.
I am going to get one to mess about with.
even if I just have good dreams.
it will be fun.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 09:33 AM
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The truth is that there is a fine line between serious investigation and someone being conned out of hard earned cash, or in this case Christmas money. I find it especially sad someone is losing their Christmas money to this conman but wherever there is money there will always be lying scumbags trying to take it.

You can view this in two ways, either you respect someone going out of their way to absolutely make sure it's a con by testing the product, or you can view them as an idiot for falling prey to a conman.

I'm not sure which of those i'm going with.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 09:35 AM
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Its people like OP which need serious help, obviously a lack of education and an impressionable mind have their part to play in his naivety.

OP, I'm selling a shrink ray as well, or alternatively I can mail you the schematics for $600.00

But seriously...there is an issue here with people actually believing in this kind of thing.

And also an issue with ATS attracting this kind of member,


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posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 09:47 AM
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Yeah I know.... I started off with trying to say to the guy about wasting money and the fact that It's a scam and so on.... to be honest I don't think It's that great for him to be trying this out at all.
For Financial and Health reasons.

I've posted several times in this thread... mainly stressing my concern for the OP.... his health and getting ripped off.


I know what you're saying and yes, In a way It's nice that people are prepared to actually investigate something for themselves and report back.... if that actually is what's going on here, as opposed to a marketing scam.


If the guy is genuine then I actually feel sorry for him and as I've said directly to him... I hope he takes care and doesn't fry his brain and doesn't mind losing $360.....


But It's just the responses on here that have pissed me off.

People are acting like this guy is Einstein or something.... Or that we're all somehow Flat-earthers.... and he's the one saying "No It's round"

It's nothing like that.

There are already threads on ATS about this device and already more than enough first-hand accounts about using it and how It's a scam.... people have even dismantled it and shown how cheaply one can be made...

If the OP is serious about the experiment, make one... or get the parts and get someone else to make it for much cheaper.

Why make a snake-oil salesman even richer.

As I said.... I've posted several times in this thread... have a look, I've actually been pretty fair to the OP.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 09:48 AM
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Man, I got enough trouble managing the present time dealio nevermind trying to catch a grip on some expired time or things yet to come.

But I do salute the OP in his effort to bring our thoughts into this.
Clearly it was worth 12 pages of ppls' time.

And I think that because the 'observation' happens on some astral plane,
the vehicle that gets you there may not be so relevant.

The brain is one serious search engine with 'add ons' that can use a sea urchin, a shrimp fork or indeed a contraption with connected esoteric components with a button to bring you to a place called 'Belief'

My time machine is this free organizer I recently downloaded . It shows the bills in red and paydays in green and looking ahead, I see a lot of fricking red.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 10:05 AM
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Of course it doesnt work. Its incredibly naive to believe somthing as advanced as a time travelling device can be purchased for under $400. For under 1 billion i would think its naive. Hell, lets just say for any cost!



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