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How the average person can build a time machine.

 
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A machine to look at the future or the past. I believe that people are going about it all wrong in trying to invent a system that uses mass and energy because our current technology at least at the private level is not up to speed. I do believe goverments secret technology programs are closer to achieving this. But for the average person here is a system I believe would fit the bill for a time machine to look at the future or the past.
First, we need a math system to store information say in a number no bigger or smaller than five digits. We take a peice of information. Run it through some math equations, and get a five digit number. We take another peice of information with our current five digit number and run them thru the math equations to get a new five digit number. We can do this for as long as their is information to store forever and ever always getting five digit numbers.
When we decode we take our five digit number, put it to a sytem to get its current information, then run it backwards thru our equations to get the previous five digit number. We take that number run it thru a system to get its information that rerun it backwards thru the equations to get the previous 5 digit number. Over and over again until all of the information is decoded.
We are in essence storing information in time now not space. Know, we take a video camera. Film some video. Code it half of it pixel by pixel with our five digit number system. Decode it, when we get errors in the last half of the video we run our equations thru and alignment process to get our equations to align with the place in time and space we are recording.
When we can decode the first have of the video and the second half of the video which was never encoded into the equations now we can fast forward or reverse our equations to decode the pixels to see what is happening long before the video camara was turned on and long after the video was turned off. That is how I built my time machine. Now you take it to the next step and move the video camara around but that is more than im going to say here. Works good.
 
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ask John Titor :-)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Titor
 
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I've stumbled upon some success inventing the "go to the future" half. The present is the middle 1960s, but somehow I've ended up here, in the distant future of the new millenium.
 
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