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Quoted by: >>3516820

>there haven't been any time travelers
>mon visage when

>> No.3516781
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3516781

>yfw it's real

>> No.3516804

The guy who did this must be really good at photoshop

>> No.3516820
Quoted by: >>3516826

>>OP
>>>/x/

>> No.3516826

>>3516820
>evidence of time travel
>paranormal

Nope.info

>> No.3516828

>mfw non colour photo.
>mfw could have been staged at a public event
>mfw could easily be shooped into photo maticulously.
>mfw you actually believe you can travel through time relative to earth.

>> No.3516830
Quoted by: >>3516853

For what it's worth, that's a pretty common brand of AR glasses. I owned a similar pair ages ago. But time travel into the past is physically impossible so my guess is it's someone else using this service to mess with you.

>> No.3516848

This is fun, but it's been researched extensively. All his items are from the time period - it's just evidence of the cyclical nature of fashion.

>> No.3516853
Quoted by: >>3516860 >>3516866

>>3516830
>But time travel into the past is physically impossible
[citation needed]

>> No.3516858
Quoted by: >>3516865 >>3516875

>>3516848

maybe you can only bring things back in time if they've already been invented??

>> No.3516860

>>3516853
By our current understanding of physics, of course, though that can change.

But
>>3516848

>> No.3516865
Quoted by: >>3516872

>>3516858
Now you're postulating that the universe pays attention to human culture and cares whether your Coke can is from the right time period.

>> No.3516866
Quoted by: >>3516873

>>3516853
http://www.livescience.com/1339-travel-time-scientists.html

>> No.3516872
Quoted by: >>3516875

>>3516865

you don't fucking know the rules of time travel so don't even fucking talk like you do

>> No.3516873
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3516873
Quoted by: >>3516887

>>3516866
Shitty news website with a low quality web design.

Try again. Peer reviewed articles only.

>> No.3516875

>>3516872
LOL
I'm just pointing out the implications of
>>3516858

>> No.3516887

>>3516873
Causality violations would be a big deal in physics, and it doesn't look like there are any. Time travel usually strongly implies causality violations.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_travel#Via_faster-than-light_.28FTL.29_travel

>> No.3516888
Quoted by: >>3516899

>>3516848
>This is fun, but it's been researched extensively

Sauce? Who and where has this picture been "extensively researched"?

>> No.3516899

>>3516888
A lot of people were very interested in this photo. Let me find it.

Eh, didn't find the original source that has another probable photo of the same guy, same event, from a distant and different angle. But anyway, I did find this.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_travel_urban_legends#Modern_man_at_1941_bridge_opening

>> No.3517024

>travel back in time
>to see a bridge in Canada

such is conspiracy logic....

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3517063

>time travel apparently exists
>they havent come back to our time and told us how it works

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