This always cracked me up.
John Titor was a man who appeared on several bulletin boards during 2000 and 2001 claiming to be a time traveler from the year 2036. He first appeared on Time Travel Institute forums in November 2, 2000 and mainly gave a description of what a time machine would need. He stated that it requires a “two top-spin, dual positive singularities”. He made no mention or claimed to be a time traveler in these early posts. He first claimed to be a time traveler a few months later and made various predictions about the near future starting with events in 2004.
He described a civil war in the United States that escalated to a nuclear World War III. He also stated that his timeline is disjoint from ours and that his very existence in our universe changes some of these events. He also revealed that the primary objective for his time traveling is to retrieve an IBM 5100 from 1975 to debug legacy computer programs in 2036 and stopped in 2000 for “personal reasons” to collect pictures lost in the civil war, and visiting family. In March 2001, he announced that he was returning to his own time and was never seen again.
I love the John Titor story.
I wager if it was true, the fact some events never passed was because of worldline related stuff and him going back may have changed things in this timeline etc.
Multiverse and all that jazz.
Do you ever have a problem where you just don’t know how to reply to an argument, not because you don’t know the answer, but you just don’t know where to begin? Like, the foundation of knowledge you’d need to impart to this person before you could even begin to drag them out of their sinkhole of ignorance would cost thousands of dollars if it were coming from a university?
This so many times :/
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This is like a really stupid joke based on something stupid.
I wANTEd TO DRAw NUI W/ Her HAIr DOWN aNd OH GOd
He has also written the piratical Doctor Who episode The Curse of the Black Spot in 2011, as well as last year’s Journey to the Centre of the Tardis, a fan favourite that delved into the innards of the Doctor’s malfunctioning time machine.
When you’re having a depressive episode and people are giving you nice compliments and you know you should appreciate them but nothing can make you feel better so you get guilty and feel even worse
It’s kind of sad how ill informed people are on the issue of scottish independence due to being bombarded with media bias from the BBC, STV and the bitter together campaign that have done nothing but putting scare mongering stories out and telling everyone how shit their country is over and over.
Yeah it bothers me because the media isn’t being imperial regarding this, there is zero balance in the debate as every network out there seems to be skewed towards the anti independence side. Even just doing a google search on “Scottish independence” and you will just see pages and pages of negativity and bias on the issue. I find the whole thing to be really undemocratic and no matter what side of the fence you sit on, everyone should agree that both sides get some space to say their piece and that there should be more balance in the debate.
Honestly if the yes camp wants to secure major votes they will need to step up their game and over come the massive media machine and well oiled pro unionist campaigns somehow.
"I was happy only when I was with you. I wanted you to always look at me alone. I wanted to never be separated from you for a moment. But you…"
I need to check this series out sometime.
I compiled some personal tactics and crowd sourced DIY remedies for the sads (clinical term) into a mini comic! Enjoy xoxo