Time travel SHOCK: Does this 1917 photo prove time travel is possible?

The photo taken more than 100 years ago in Canada, portrays a group of men, women and children sitting on the side of a hill of some sorts.

But eagle-eyed observers have noticed the photo stands out for a very particular reason – what appears to be a man straight out of the 20th century.

The photo was discovered in Lester Ray Peterson’s 1974 book ‘The Great Cape Scott Story’ – a tale of the Canadian region’s history.

What has fascinated those who came across this photo is how out of place the ‘surfer man’, as some have called him, appears to be.

He is wearing a very baggy t-shirt and shorts, sporting a modern windswept haircut and is clearly at odds with everyone else around him.

Looking closer at the people around, the man to his left appears to be utterly stunned by his presence.

Further to the right a woman also appears to be pointing her hand at the supposed , leading many to speculate the man was out of place and out of his time.

In fact, it almost looks as though he jumped right into the scene as the photo was taken.

YouTuber Jamie D. Grant found himself gobsmacked when he picked up the book and came across the mysterious photograph.

In a YouTube video titled ‘Time Travel proof found. Truth or Illusion?’, he says: “Notice the group, their clothes, their hats. Even how they sit poised for a photo.

“Now look closer. His head uncovered, his hair, his shorts. The man on the left stares in disbelief.

“Has a mysterious traveller proved the impossible and journey through time? What do you think?”

The ‘surfer man’ has joined the ranks of the so-called ‘time travelling hipster’ who appeared in a 1940s photograph with a fashion sense seemingly decades ahead of those around him.

But as some have pointed out, ‘surfer man’ may appear to stick out like a sore thumb from the rest of the crowd, but his clothing could have very well been in vogue.

One person commenting on the book on GoodReads.com, referenced a Post Gazette article, saying: “In the comments to the article, someone mentioned that t-shirts were around then and that they made it into the common lexicon soon after that date – it appeared in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary in the 1920s.

“This Article says they were worn by US Navy sailors as early as 1913.

“Considering that other guys in the picture are also wearing shorts, I’m going to say that he’s not a time traveler.

“Other than Bill and Ted, what time travellers would think that a t-shirt and shorts would be the best thing to wear when time-traveling into the past anyway?”

In either scenario, physicists all agree that it is impossible to travel back in time by our current understanding of the universe and its laws.

According to Professor William Hiscock, of Montana State University, we can move forward due to the the time-dilation effect of Special Relativity. Moving backwards however is a dead end.

The expert said: “Time travel into the past, which is what people usually mean by time travel, is a much more uncertain proposition.

“There are many solutions to Einstein’s equations of General Relativity that allow a person to follow a timeline that would result in her (or him) encountering herself – or her grandmother – at an earlier time.

“The problem is deciding whether these solutions represent situations that could occur in the real universe, or whether they are mere mathematical oddities incompatible with known physics.”

The professor underlined that no experiment or observation in the universe has ever indicated such time travel occurs.

 

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‘Time traveller from 2048’ warns people ‘aliens will attack earth in 2018’

Wyoming Man Warns of Alien Invasion in City of Casper

A Wyoming man told police on Monday, Oct. 2 that he was back from the future and had come to warn the City of Casper of dire things to come.

Police responded to a call about a man claiming to be from the future at about 10:30 p.m. and found Bryant Johnson, a man in his late 20’s. Casper Police said in an affidavit that he appeared to be on drugs or alcohol.

He told officers that he was back from the year 2048 and warned of an alien invasion that would happen next year. He told residents to leave as soon as possible, and demanded to talk to “the president” of the town and would talk to no one else

He also told police that he was able to time travel with the help of aliens. He said he had to stand on a pad and that the aliens filled his body with alcohol, but that they had sent him to the year 2017 instead of 2018 as they had planned.

Johnson had watery, red eyes, and slurred speech, police reported in the affidavit, and he smelled of alcohol.

An initial reading of his blood alcohol level came in at .136, almost twice the legal level to drive at. Police said it was difficult to get a reading because he blew either too softly or too hard on to a portable breath test, an inaccurate instrument used to determine if a person has alcohol in their system.

Johnson was arrested for public intoxication and taken to the Natrona County Detention Center “without issue,” police reported.

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