"The future ain't what it used to be."

John Titor, I know you are still here

Hey Darby,

With respect to Charles' (timeline 39) failed predictions one HAS to remember that these are events that happened on HIS timeline. Same applies to John T's predictions. They're predicting things based on what happened on their their timelines. However, when they travel back into the past they are on different timelines. That is clearly the case here as our timeline does NOT coincide with theirs.
 
With respect to Charles' (timeline 39) failed predictions one HAS to remember that these are events that happened on HIS timeline. Same applies to John T's predictions. They're predicting things based on what happened on their their timelines. However, when they travel back into the past they are on different timelines. That is clearly the case here as our timeline does NOT coincide with theirs.


Ah.....not the old 'my predictions failed because of timeline divergence ' crap again. People saw through that cop-out years ago. I'm amazed people still have the gall to come on and use it.
 
With respect to Charles' (timeline 39) failed predictions one HAS to remember that these are events that happened on HIS timeline. Same applies to John T's predictions. They're predicting things based on what happened on their their timelines. However, when they travel back into the past they are on different timelines. That is clearly the case here as our timeline does NOT coincide with theirs.

If that's true, the point of time traveling is what (assuming the would-be TT makes the standard doom-and-gloom predictions)?

Convenient, that "alternate timelines" thingy, isn't it. If they're correct - take the credit. If they're wrong - blame it on an alternate universe.

Have you ever seen a would-be time traveler post a prediction that turned out to be vaguely true who posted thereafter that everyone should ignore it because it was just a coincidence that has no relationship to their posted observations about the future because it only applied to their world? Nah. It's too ethical to be consistent.
 
This is just a reply. I don't give a crap whether Titor is here or not. I pass lie detector's test and fascists are fascists. Another one thinks he can threaten older people and do damage to my property. This State just got told, and so will the FBI and if they do not even like it with the Washington D.C. police, I pass lie detector's test and a big bad Jewish Lawyer can end your political parties and your lives.
 
The point of travelling back in time to different timelines is simple. You want to try to prevent negative things from happening, especially in technologically advanced societies, because it can have dramatic universal implications. Liken it to the spread of a virus. You want to nip it in the bud before it gets out of hand.
 
You want to try to prevent negative things from happening

Why would you want to do that considering that you don't have any idea what is happening on the "alternate timeline"? All you know is what is happening on "your timeline".

It still goes back to the idea of the convient excuse. If it happens that what the TT "predicts" is in some form correct then it is considered to be a correct prediction. If, on theother hand, it is incorrect the excuse offered is that it was another "timeline".

Where's the predictive consistency in that? It all sounds a lot like having and eating one's own cake.
 
On the subject of alternate timelines...I think they are an interesting idea and am open to the idea of them existing, although not 100% sure. What I definitely believe in, however, is alternate realities (I draw a distinction between alternate timelines and alternate realities.) I was introduced to the concept of alternate realities through my reading of spiritual and New Age literature (I am into all that stuff) and also through reading the Seth Material (Seth being a spirit that was channelled and dictated a series of books throughout the 1970s.)

When it comes to the gentleman in question (Charlie? Charles?), who started this thread, the only way I could fully believe in what he is saying is if I was convinced of the truth of the John Titor case and most of the reading that I have done about that has led me to believe that it's more likely than not that the John Titor posts were a hoax. I am not saying that this is definitely the case, it's simply what I've come to believe is more likely.

I certainly hope that what Charlie was saying ISN'T true. He had some quite dire predictions.
 
I believe that John Titor lived in Florida and had some idea of what was coming.


TAKEN FROM http://www.cnbc.com/id/38572868
"The scarcity of jobs is putting a strain on the economy's fragile recovery from its longest and deepest downturn since the Great Depression."

What is going on.

TAKEN FROM http://www.cnbc.com/id/38562306/Hornig_The_Oil_Spill_is_The_Least_of_Florida_s_Problems
"Take unemployment. Statewide, it ballooned from 3% in 2006 to a peak of 12.3% in February 2010."
"Nor has the crash in prices bypassed the Sunshine State. Nationally, fewer than 30% of houses sold for a loss in the past year, compared to nearly 50% in Miami and 65% in Orlando. Many would be sellers are clinging to the cliff edge by their fingernails. Overall, 81% of all Florida loans are under water, with the average mark-to-market loan-to-value ratio standing at 138%. Almost 40% of borrowers are crushed beneath debt of more than 150%"
 
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