Skip to comments.Time traveler caught on film. Hey, why not?
Posted on 10/28/2010 12:52:52 PM PDT by JoeProBono
An Irish filmmaker has uncovered irrefutable evidence of the viability of time travel: a shot of a woman jabbering into a cellphone in a Charlie Chaplin silent film.
George Clarke, the Belfast director of the independent zombie film, "Battle of the Bone," spotted the time traveler in the DVD extra footage of the 1928 Academy Award winning film, "The Circus." He uploaded the clip to YouTube on Oct. 19, and it has since been viewed 1.5 million times.
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Inventor Martin Cooper holds one of the first mobile phones.
It’s like the contrail you can see in the sky in the Laurel and Hardy movie, The Music Box (1932), even though the first jet aircraft didn’t fly for another seven years, and no prop aircraft flew anywhere near 26,000 feet where contrails usually form.
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Or, it could mean that he’s trying to use his cell phone, which is a 50/50 bet anyway. The results back then are frequently the same as those today.
Ahem, transistors weren’t invented till 1947
If you look REAL HARD, you also see a Stargate and several contemporary US Marines with M4s, and a heavy laser, for good measure.../s
Thats why they had to whittle them from cedar back in the twenties. Dipped in guargum.
I’m kidding. Gee.
Siemens Halske Wallet and Purse hearing aids, 1920s
The Siemens Halske Company, founded in 1847 to build telegraph lines, was located near Berlin, Germany. A medical department was organized in 1877, and in 1910 the company began manufacturing hearing devices. These illustrations of devices from a 1920s Siemens Halske catalog show a wallet hearing aid and aids concealed in ladies handbags.
It’s a shoe phone. There’s no doubt.
Do Time Travelers have to pay roaming charges?
EH?.....What the hell did you say?
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