posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 07:21 AM
reply to post by OldCorp
IDK if he's John Titor or not, but the possible connection is fascinating to speculate on. I have a problem with the patent claim though. I think
that in order to patent something, it actually has to work. And unless this guy knows more than he's telling, there is no way to make it work until
(according to the OP) someone can actually harness a singularity.
Wow, phone the 2012 hotline, I'm about to agree with OldCorp!
I'm not sure how this patent is actually valid? I thought you actually had to have proof of concept not just a rough idea. By that line of
thinking, can't I just go ahead and patent any idea that might be possible at some point in the future?
Anyways, I view anything coming from BIN with a very skeptical eye, i mean, most of it ends up in the Hoax BIN anyways, and BIN in right there as the
It would be fascinating if any of this were true, but for me the john Titor hoax was uncovered as just that, a hoax, and the longer it went on the
clearer it became that it wasn't even THAT good of a hoax.
But give the man credit, he had come very close to the perfect hoax, this whole diverging world line nonsense makes it impossible to prove, or
disprove, his claims. But his entire story was weak. So in 2036 they have the technology to produce a working time machine, in which you can
actually pick a specific date to go back or forward to, but they had to go back to the 1970s for some IBM prototype piece of crap?
He can't tell us anything to prove his claims because it will change history, yet he claims we are on separate world lines so it wouldn't change his
history at all. then again, wouldn't going back to get that crappy IBM from the 70s also change the course of history?
I'm gonna see what I can learn about this guy and the patent without giving any additional hits to BIN.