Published by Priss on Apr 18, 2010
Category: Personal Thoughts

I was linked to this article in Gizmodo

When you look at most of the two dozen or so people in this photograph, which belongs to a Canadian museum, there’s no doubt that they’re from 1940, the year in which it was taken. But what about that guy?

Those funky sunglasses? That stamped t-shirt and hippie shawl? The doofy, disinterested expression? He sure as hell doesn’t look like any Roosevelt-era bro I have ever seen. Maybe that’s just it—he looks like a “bro,” which we all know didn’t come into existence until the 1970s, at the earliest.

It really did give me the creeps when I took a closer look at the picture. He is dressed like someone from the 1970s to 1990s but this picture was taken way before. As an avid Sci-fi fan, I got intrigued. I love the time travelling and meta-physics stories and books, and I love reading about the possibly futuristic world. This is the FIRST time I’ve actually seen proof that time travelling might actually exist! Another blog pointed out that this man might not be a time traveller, but someone that’s dressed a little different from the others.

I went to do some search on the topic afterwards, and found another youtube clip of a man from Sweden that claimed he travelled into the future and met himself at 70 years old. Another hoax or did he really meet his older self?

Well, whether you believe time travelling exist or not, I guess it’s just an interesting read. What I would really love is to travel the space and time dimension with The Doctor.  

On a similar topic, have anyone else been wondering why they have been doing construction work at Farrer Road for the past 10+ years? I live near that area and there have always been traffic jam caused by road works. Recent years, they said they were building the train system MRT’s circle line there, but somehow I suspect some fishy alien underground work might be going on there -_-! Don’t blame me for having such an imaginative mind, but why do you need to have construction in the same area for 10 over years?!

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  2. I believe you have fallen for fauxtography.

    IOW, a Photoshopped image.

    An imagemative soul could have put you into that picture. Long before you were born.


    Comment by David — April 21, 2010 @ 3:34 am

  3. As noted, the image is indeed available through the official website for Canada’s museums. It was part of the exhibit “Their Past Lives Here” from Bralorne-Pioneer, available to the public since 2004.

    The picture might be real O_O

    Comment by Priss — April 21, 2010 @ 11:57 am

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  6. great post as usual!

    Comment by MarkSpizer — May 2, 2010 @ 7:31 pm

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