Wednesday, September 28, 2005
Monday, September 26, 2005
I bought today the magazine National Geographic. It talked about the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1919 and how it stated. A major plague that killed 50 million to 100 million people. The researchers are now worried that a major influenza epidemic could kill 180-360 million people.
Well, that is very conservative. Actually what will happen is that the bird flu will kill over 6 billion people. And it will bring down the population on the planet to below 200 million. All large cities will become empty. The few people who do survive will be living in areas that are cold. As cold inactivates the virus.
In a jump to 2052 made in 2002 using Steven Gibbs HDR, I saw people people living inside sealed glass structures to prevent exposure to the bird virus. I also saw that children when they emerge outside to play wear "space suits" to prevent exposure to the virus.
I believe that this evil virus may have been brought to this timeline from a contaminanted timeline, perhaps from the future. Since birds are carriers they must be contained to prevent the spread of this killer virus.
Posted by HDRKID at 10:48:00 AM
Wednesday, September 21, 2005
Monday, September 19, 2005
Steven Gibbs sent me the time transposer, so I could test it. So far, I have gotten no results with this particular radionics machine so I am sending it back. I have gotten results with Steven Gibbs HDR, but the time transposer does not seem to work as a time machine at all.
It is a shame as the time transposer was a lot smaller than the HDR and lighter too. Oh well, the march to find a cheap portable device goes on.
Posted by HDRKID at 6:59:00 AM
Sunday, September 18, 2005
Saturday, September 17, 2005
Yesterday the inventor of the HDR Steven Gibbs told me that a major event would happen on September 20, 2005. According to Steven Gibbs this event would help start a revolution. Not sure what the event will be.
I can imagine that Cheney getting heart surgery means he will not be around much longer. I hope he gets better. We are in for some difficult times.
Posted by HDRKID at 12:12:00 PM
Tuesday, September 13, 2005
I did Astral Time Travel to the future, not certain of the exact date, but the hotel room had a clean ultramodern feel. The furniture was spotless and the wall looked fresh. It had a mix inside of hard metal and industrial glass. Looking outside the glass balcony I saw something that chilled me to the bone. It was a huge wave. A giant wall of water hundreds of feet high was rapidly approaching. It was a megatsunami. The monster wave seemed the size of a New York skyscraper.
Far below on the beach were the people screaming and running. It was a moment of pure panic. The tidal wave kept getting closer. It finally crashed into the hotel with a crunch.
Many more waves followed. One was even bigger than the first...
Posted by HDRKID at 5:14:00 AM
Sunday, September 11, 2005
Most people want to know what tomorrow will bring. Using Steven Gibbs HDR for future predictions is a way to get a certain advantage. To know events and situations before they happen by using Astral Time Travel.
The important thing to remember is that you are seeing an astral representation of an alternate timeline. The actual events in your timeline may be quite similar, but they will not be the same. In fact, almost on all occasions I have seen details that the are different than what actually happens.
Still, if you see you house burn down in astral and you buy a smoke alarm. Then when the fire occurs it is some fried fish, not fried chicken that causes the fire. Will the alarm work less well? If you start using the seat belt after seeing a car crash in astral and a red car runs a stop sign and hits you instead of a green car, is it less an accident? Will the seat belt work less well?
These are questions that most people you do astral time travel may ask theselves. The information is not 100% accurate, but is it accurate enough to base decisions on it?
These and other questions are ones I wish to answer...
Posted by HDRKID at 11:59:00 AM
Friday, September 09, 2005
Today I noticed that the CarlosX website about time travel was back up, but the content seemed different. Not sure. I will see if other sites are back up. The John Tooker site seems to be that same. John Tooker was a friend of Steven Gibbs that is planning to start building time machines. John wants to start making the HDR again.
I also found a few new websites about the MVR (MultiVerse Resonator) and plan to post those.
Posted by HDRKID at 10:32:00 AM
Wednesday, September 07, 2005
One of the most popular request is that I time travel back to the dino age and bring back a live dino. Well, using Astral Time Travel I can see but not bring. The fun begins we you realize that there are timelines where the dinos never died out. People use dinos like we use elephants. To lift heavy logs and help clear the forest.
The most interesting thing I have seen is that dinos were covered with feathers. They are a bunch of big goony birds. T-Rex is covered with red, gold, and green feathers! He makes sounds like a chicken; like a hen that just laid an egg - cluck cluck cluck. I've got to laugh every time.
Posted by HDRKID at 7:39:00 AM
Saturday, September 03, 2005
When John Titor posted in 2000 that internet in the future would be wireless like cell phones and that cameras would be digital, few saw a future where both would come together.
His uncanny accuracy is one reason that people wonder if he really was who he said he was. Most people in 2000 saw digital cameras as these over-priced gizmos with dull fuzzy horrible photos - worse than a $4.95 throw away film camera. The thought that video would be streamed over the air seemed absurd.
In fact, now there are Wi-Fi Cameras with an IP address that can stream video live to the internet. You can be thousands of feet away from the hotspot and not be tied down to a line. Things have come a long way since the old webcams over a 56K telephone line that had to be connected to a PC.
Well, he predicted that stability in the west would end, expect that to happen soon.
Posted by HDRKID at 4:21:00 AM