Skip to comments.(Iran) Scientist Claims to Invent 'Time Machine' To See Into The Future With 98% Accuracy
Posted on 04/13/2013 1:27:07 PM PDT by DogByte6RER
Scientist claims to invent 'time machine' to see into the future with 98 per cent accuracy
He says his device can detail any individuals life between five and eight years in advance after taking readings from the user's touch
An Iranian scientist claims he has invented a time machine that allows you to predict the future with 98 per cent accuracy.
Ali Razeghi says his device can produce a print-out detailing any individuals life between five and eight years in advance after taking readings from the user's touch.
He claims the Iranian government, whose nuclear programme has caused concern around the world, can use his invention to predict military conflicts and forecast the fluctuations in the value of foreign currencies and oil.
He says the device is the size of a laptop and uses a complex set of algorithms which took him ten years to develop, but has not revealed any concrete details about his invention.
Unlike the time-travelling DeLorean in hit film Back To The Future, Mr Razeghi said his device will not take you into the future, it will bring the future to you.
He said: My invention easily fits into the size of a personal computer case and can predict details of the next five to eight years of the life of its users.
Naturally a government that can see five years into the future would be able to prepare itself for challenges that might destabilise it.
As such, we expect to market this invention among states as well as individuals once we reach a mass production stage.
Iran has been ridiculed in recent months after attempting to showcase its technological advances only to face accusations they were faked.
In February, it proudly unveiled a stealth fighter jet at a ceremony attended by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, but experts quickly expressed serious doubts about whether it could even fly.
A picture of the domestically produced Qaher-313 apparently soaring over Iranian mountains did little to curb scepticism amid claims the plane never actually left the ground, but was simply doctored using Photoshop.
Critics also believe Irans claims that it launched a monkey into space could have been faked.
Scientists in Tehran hailed the mission to send a simian 75 miles above Earth and back in a Kavoshgar rocket as a success.
But question marks were raised after the monkey presented to the nation as the heroic astronaut looked remarkably different than the one which made lift off.
Hey, inventor: Tell your rulers their future:
Mene, Mene, Tekel, u-Pharsin
I built a time machine too. It can take you into the future at rate of one second per second (non-accelerating).
Well, if we see some Persians winning big betting on golf and tennis, we should get worried.
Back to the 6th Century ...
I get it.
Iranian April Fool's day is 12 days later than ours?
Why doesn't he just tell us when that goofball genie in the well is finally climbing out?
I need those Lotto numbers ASAP!
I have a device that will move me four hours into the future in what seems to be a matter of minutes. My computer mouse.
Of course it looked different. After being launched into the future against his will, he was sent back aged by 15 years.
Any muslim fool know that.
Does he see Israeli nukes hitting Tehran?
If he finished a few days earlier he could have made a killing on the Final Four
That 2% will get you every time.
There’s STILL one born every minute.........
98% works for me? How many numbers do you have to hit in Lotto, 6? What’s 98% of six, 6?
I too was wondering about the 98% figure - if he just now invented it - isn’t it too early to know? And if not, then does that mean that he waited all these years to announce it?
Or did he invent it today, get in it and travel to the future, and is now coming back to tell us that his predictions were right?
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