Tuesday, March 20, 2007

John Titor and his C204 time distortion gravity displacement machine

Just love this kind of stuff in all it's nonsense glory:

In his online postings, Titor claimed to be an American soldier from the year 2036 who was assigned to a government time travel project. He was supposedly sent back to 1975 to retrieve an IBM 5100 computer which he claimed was needed to "debug" various legacy computer programs in 2036. According to IBM engineer Bob Dubke, Titor's statements regarding the IBM 5100's ability to emulate and debug mainframe systems were correct. It has been stated that this information was not publicly available when Titor made his declaration.

Of course in the future they can not emulate the IBM 5100, maybe too style conscious

Ahh the egg *cough* intergalactic federation flag, oh no,it's John's military insignia

and now to the meat, plans for your very own time machine

Ok,you've done all that and followed the instructions you should have something like this

and then once installed in your car it should look something like this

and do this to a laser, I kid you not...


Anonymous said...

You have to watch for frauds and errors in the John Titor info, although the main story about a police state happening and turning into civil war is obviously coming true under Bush and his band of criminals in the White House.

But, for example, the computer you show is not a 5100, you are only repeating an old mistake.

You ought to also be aware that the group calling itself the John Titor Foundation is just a fraud or collection of frauds, because Titor's real mother would never endanger her young son and family for the sake of a few cheapie mugs and T-shirts and phony books. That book they sell has some phony pages made up to go along with the actual docs Titor presented when he was here. But most of the sites about Titor swallow the fake info with the good, or doctor up Titor's information themselves. You can trust however the original Titor site http://johntitor.strategicbrains.com.

Most of the others you cannot.

fb4 said...

Thanks for that, changed the image to a 5100. Oh, and like the frappr map over at strategic brains, watch google on that one ;)

Rob said...

Look familiar?


Anonymous said...

i think it would be much easier to trave in time to get something you know works instead of trying to replicate and have it not work. it would seem to me that time travel would be the answer for retrieving anything lost. the JT story has many holes in it but he also said that there is a multiverse <--(lol misspelled)in which a time paradox would be pretty much impossible. (if you care)my beliefe is that small events may not be parallel our own but catastrophic events such as earthquakes,weather, maybe even nuclear war(maybe, its just a theory)may coincide waccross the universes. which brings me to another theory whos to say when we die, we die. we might just move on to another "US". well thats my theory have fun with it it drove me nuts