posted on Sep, 10 2011 @ 10:42 AM
Here is how I see it. If someone from the future was in fact able to contact people in the past, the only way I am going to believe a word they say
is if they post 10 different predictions at one time, all of which are scheduled to happen within the next 6 months, are pinned to a specific date (if
not date and time), don't involve "vague" subjects that could easily come true on any given day, and 10/10 of the predictions end up being right.
Then, maybe then, I will have the feeling that the poster is not some 10 year old kid with nothing better to do than waste 15 minutes posting a load
of imaginative bs on this site. If I had the ability to travel back to 1950, I can guarantee you I could break open a history book and transmit 10
predictions on specific days and times that all prove to be 100% correct. After all, wouldn't one of my primary objectives, if I was trying to
communicate something of dire importance, be to make everyone think that I was credible? I think what I have proposed is a pretty good litmus test,
which obviously rules out any possibility of the OP being correct.