9 Instances That Can Change Your Mind About Time Travel
By Knowledge Junction
Here’s what others had to say:
I was watching a show about this device they said it was a hearing aid device. It wasn’t a cell phone.
The idea of time travel itself is some kind of a prove that tie travel exists
Because who would have thought of traveling through time??
Who told them time is a medium that we can travel through??
Now keep in mind when the idea of time traveling was first out there.. There weren’t many sci-fi movies and TV shows if at all like today
Just in case you say people nowadays can imagine anything why couldn’t they back then?
We can imagine nowdays anything because of how far we got with science, discoveries, contemporary art and entertainment industry.
The problem with time travel is omnipresence. That is the ability to exist everywhere and every time simultaneously. Since human beings are not omnipresent, time travel is impossible. There is no past or future you doing what you already did or will do. Not to mention that if time travel were possible, people from the future would already be changing the past. We wouldn’t remember Hitler, the kennedy or lincoln assasinations, 9/11, and a slew of other injustices.
I’m wondering if you strained your arms while making this video… all of these stories seem like a huge stretch.
Yeah, the problem with the mobile phones…there are no cell towers.
The second one is quite obvious if you know how tapes used to be recorded, the narrator stresses that it’s live to theow you off the fact that you’re still watching a recording and with very little digging you should be able to figure that one out yourself. And so on and so on.
The only thing that made me think was but if these people had been using mobile phones and thought to be time travelers surely they would have more sophisticated equipment than a mobile phone !!
The people on the mobile phone, who and how were they calling? Surely even if they had travelled back in time with their mobile they wouldn’t be able to use it! ….’Hi mum it’s Karen, I won’t be home for tea tonight I’m stuck in the 1930’s!’