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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

What does the future look like?

The movie Millenium shows a dark dystopian future with people and robots. It deals with time travel paradox, but shows us little of the immediate future.

In constrast, the movie "FreeJack" shows us the world of 2009 in an alternate reality on an alternate timeline with much more tech than we have. Guess what, unlike FREEJACK, the cars in 2009 do not look that different than now.

Some say that hybrid cars are the look of the future due to the high price of petrol at the pump.

On average, the Toyota Prius, a gas-electric hybrid stays 9 days on the new car lot b4 it is snatched by an eager customer, but this is not the shape of things to come.

Toyota is now making new non-hybrid compact cars that get over 70mpg. These tiny microcars are what I saw doing time travel to the future when using Steven Gibbs Hyper Dimensional Resonator.

Sunday, June 25, 2006

Other devices that Steven Gibbs uses

In addition to the HDR, I have experiemented with other devices the Steven Gibbs talks about in his Time Travel reports. One such device is called the Flux Capacitor or fluxcap invented by John Bajak.

Steven Gibbs simplified the fluxcap and made changes to John Bajak's original design. According to Steven Gibbs fastest and most easy to build time machine is the Flux Cap. He says you can build one in ten minutes using $10 in parts.

There are pictures of the flux cap in - a site dedicated to John Bajak and his experiments in building time machines.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

HDR used for astral time travel

Steven Gibbs says that other radionics machines can be used for astral time travel, but I believe that the HDR was designed for astral time travel.

The HDR radionics machine contains dials that set the amount of current going to the electromagnet and thus the Hyper Dimensional Resonator can be adjusted to provide more or less current.

Steven Gibbs uses an oscilloscope to measure the frequency of the output of the HDR.

Saturday, June 03, 2006

Time machine research

More information on people who are working on building time machines.

It seems that one use is slowing down time for organ transplants!