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Thursday, January 25, 2007

Military develops heat ray

Yes, the military has a heat ray gun and this is not Buck Rogers or Flash Gordon. No, this is Science REAL, not Science of the movie REEL.

This terrible nightmare weapon will be used in Iraq and Afghanistan.

I know it sounds like science fiction, but the future is like science fiction. John Titor talked about many of these devices. He warned us about what was to come. Well, the future is here.

Monday, January 22, 2007

Can the past be changed?

Science hopes to change events that have already occurred

It is called retro cacuality. Science now thinks it can change past events. This is a monumental discovery.

The universe is more strange than we can imagine.

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Inventor Steven Gibbs

Edison worked long and hard on the light bulb and now it is the symbol of a new idea, a new invention. The light bulb lit up a previously gloomy world with the advent of electricity.

Today, inventor Steven Gibbs is a similar man toiling tirelessly in his laboratory to try to change things with his tools - working hard into the night. Yes, where would we be without inventors? They made our world possible. It is the inventors that have open minds to new ideas. Science has become a stale religion with its dusty old dogmas, it is invention that is fresh.

We need only see the not so warm reception the Dr. Robert Goddard, the father of modern rocketry, got when he worked with his rockets. It took Germany and the V2 for the US to realize how we had squandered our lead in this important technology. Have we learned anything?

This is an except from
"Unfortunately Goddard already had a small reputation as a crackpot and, like Langley before him, had earned an editorial in the good, gray New York Times, berating him for his scientific folly. The noise of his second rocket brought calls to the police. Officials ordered him to conduct no more rocket experiments in Massachusetts."

yes that is what they called this genius with a PHD in physics. It is Goddard that made the modern world of satellite communication and GPS possible.

And what did the debunkers of his day say? That a rocket could not operate in space because it had no air to push against. That people could not go to the moon because the radiation would kill them. With their blackboards and equations. the only thing the debunkers proved was how stupid they really were.


Does the Vatican have hidden away in its vaults a time machine?
Father Pellegrino Maria Ernetti a Benedictine priest and scientist cliams to have built the chronovisor. This machine was used by him to photograph past events.

He used musical frequencies, harmonic resonance and the relationship of these things with the astral plane. This is interesting as Steven Gibbs Hyper Dimensional Resonator also uses harmonic resonance for its effect.

Perhaps Father Ernetti made a huge breakthrough when he discovered that harmonic resonance is needed to attain time travel.

Saturday, January 20, 2007

Trans fats linked to infertility

In the movie, "The Children of Men", the world is in chaos due to infertility. In the year 2027 everything is falling apart and there are no more children.

It appears that trans fats cause women to become infertile and could lead to a massive depopulation of the earth. Perhaps, but I have found using astral time travel that killer epidemics are the main cause of depopulation.

Trans fats cause infertility

As little as four grams of trans fat a day, a doghnut, for example, will greatly reduce the chances of a woman bearing a child. This is because trans fats are unnatural and block up the cycles. We need to ban all use of strange modified fats that create problems. Trans fats are also implicated in causing heart disease and obesity.

People should limit the amount of fat in their diet. The worst fats are lard and trans fats. Less bad are tropical oils, and best are fish oils.

Sunday, January 14, 2007

Future Candy?

Ever wonder what sweet treat the future has in store for you? It seems that things get a bit old fashioned in the days to follow.

Perhaps you were expecting an angry housewife eating bon bons, or little crystals of blue pixie dust. Not sure, but I was curious as to what the days to come will bring.

Future Candy seems well a bit like grams used to make. Bits of honey and nuts with some spice will suffice. I did expect something a bit more on the high tech side.

Kim Jong Il AKA "Bad Hair Cut" says that

North Korea Condemns Deployment of U.S. Stealth Fighters in South Korea.

Perhaps this will heat up in that part of the world. In other news a man is making movie about time travel and Steven Gibbs. Here is his time travel podcast.

Ever wonder how money in the future will be like? Future money is a very fun concept. Still, we need to know what we will soon face.

Thursday, January 11, 2007

The Diet of Tomorrow - Food of the Future

Many people imagine that we will eat "astronaut food" in the future. Pop a few pills and be good to go, but what will the future diet be like? Will we eat normal food or genetically engineered monstrosities?

This is a question that can be answered using Astral Time Travel. If we time travel to the future we can see that the people live in domes and eat pellets of blue green algae. They do not eat "normal food", but instead grow algae on sewage and industrial waste.

I lost my appetite when I saw their "food" it was this revolting goo pressed into green pellets that they ate. Not a lot of future prospects for a chef.

Monday, January 08, 2007

War in IRAQ gets worse

The new commander Lt. General Raymond Odierno has his work cut out for him as he tries to win the war against the Iraqi militants. General Odierno knows in a personal way the high cost of the war, not just in money, but in human lives. His son was injured in the war by having an arm ripped off and nearly dying.

When I predicted that we would invade Iraq and loe the war many said that I was wrong, that there was no reason for the US to invade Iraq. Now, thousands of lives later they can say it was so very "obvious" that we would lose. Still, I remember when Rumsfeld said we would be out in less than six months.

Saturday, January 06, 2007

What do cars in the future look like?

Well, take a look at this video on youtube,

It is a standard SPV - single passenger vehicle
that should be max pop in the future.

Friday, January 05, 2007

Video of Saddam Hussein Hanging

Liveleak Viseo of Saddam Hussein Hanging shows the despotic dictator at rhe end of his rope, LITERALLY! The controversial video of Saddam was taken by a man with a cell phone.

We did not need a time machine to predict the outcome of the trial, or time traveller John Titor to tell us. We all knew that in the history books next to the picture of Hitler and Stalin belongs a picture of the Butcher of Bagdad - Saddam!

Thursday, January 04, 2007

Fun with astral time travel

Have you ever gone back into time to Ancient Rome? Let me tell you something - those Roman Soldiers wore brooms on their heads. Yes red brooms that look like they came from the bargain basement at K-mart, or better yet from the dumpster behind the Dollar Store.

I want to yell in Latin of course "HEY MAX, I mean Maximus, can I borrow your helmet? Yeah, I need to dust the floor with your head." :)

It's so funny, I have to laugh every time. And what is with those dresses. Did they not know what pants were for? They look like a bunch of girls with those dresses on.

Using Astral Time Travel
to other timelines is a riot. There is one timeline where weird people are called robots. If students don't like a teacher they will leave a can of oil on his desk and say "Drink up!"

One of my favorite timelines was where fast food places started selling clothes. First it was T-shirts and tennis shoes, but eventually they were selling underwear. McDonalds had one that said "Quarter Pounder inside", but my favorite was from Burger King it said "Home of the Whopper!" :)

I guess that King dude wears that one.

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Future Pet Predictions

Perhaps you wonder what the future will bring. Well, get ready for a surprise. I did not see any pets in the future. My future pet prediction is that there are none.

Let me clarify. When I was a boy they still had lions in cages. You could go up to one and smell it. It was there up close and breathing. Now the lion is a small dot off in the distance. You only see a lion in a magic show like Seigfried and Roy.

Getting back to the story of lions and cages. Some of us boys were at the zoo and we started to pester a large male lion. One boy suggested that we pull the lion's tale. Seeing the tail was far away I settled on pulling a clump of hair from the lion to show as evidence. Needless to say the lion let out a roar I will not soon forget. This was a final indignity to the king of beasts.

In the future people are not kept in cages "jails" and neither are animals.

Monday, January 01, 2007

Steven Gibbs on the air

Last year 2006 Steven Gibbs was on Edge Radio Broadcast with Daniel Ott, Night Search with Eddie Middleton, and Xzone with Rob McConell. A frequent co-guest is Patricia Ress who has published several books about Steven Gibbs and his travels.

In other news, preparations continue for the bird flu. Although the news has been rather quiet of late; but it is the calm before the storm. A person warned me and others to get supplies and get ready. This is going down. See 2007 Predictions for Bird Flu.