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Iranian scientist claims to have invented 'time machine'

By JohnLast 2602 days ago Comments (11)

An Iranian businessman claims to have mastered time with a machine that allows users to fast forward up to eight years into the future.

Razeghi says Iran's government can predict the possibility of a military confrontation with a foreign country, and forecast the fluctuation in the value of foreign currencies and oil prices by using his new invention.

Wow LOL if you can do that you just need only one prototype.


  • virux84 2602 days ago

    Everytime you look into the future it changes...

  • JohnLast 2602 days ago

    Indeed there are many theories about the future and parallel universes.

    According to the many worlds hypothesis every trader is a millionaire in one of the parallel universe.

  • virux84 2602 days ago

    Who talk is the poor copy....

  • JohnLast 2602 days ago

    LOL. A nice one.

  • jaguar1637 2602 days ago

    If it's true, it's unbelievable

  • JohnLast 2602 days ago
    Hitchiker's guide to universe:
    "Narrator: There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for (I replace with the market) and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened."
    You can replace the word Universe with future.
    I think that it is a joke, every now and then appear guys who claim to have made plasma fusion in their garage ;).
  • zkogan 2601 days ago

    It's an absolute, though nice, piece of BS (sorry for my french), as energy needed to open a mole hole (Einstein-Rosen bridge) for 1 sec in future or in past is more than our whole universe produced since its inception (20bil years I presume and a #*#*ton of energy produced every second), so it's basically impossible...
    Other way MAY be reaching the speed more than of light, but it is kinda hard now, with our technology, and there is no guarantees of time travelling (time seems to stop near blackholes, which move at light's speed, not necessarily it will jump to past or future)

    Please correct me if I'm wrong, may have made some number mistakes...

    This is a very peculiar and interesting topic to discuss though, btw, to my surprise, basics of possibility theory (and time-space travel) were covered in Bioshock:Infinite game, which is an absolutely fabulous piece of art :)

  • jaguar1637 2601 days ago

    You should read some post about the capabilities of tiny creating black holes  in CERN 


    and one of the crziest blog here (http://beathespread.com/file/view/16375/akhenaton#comment_7013)



  • JohnLast 2601 days ago

    It is fake because the name of the guy is completely unknown. If the guys was famous there would be tons of google indexed results for him.

  • jaguar1637 2601 days ago

    not sure, he claimes to be on FaceBook

    He is talking about alogrithms able to go 7 years ahead , but also, able to see the past, 7 years behind.

    Do you remember the name of this algorithm ? yep, it's Burg. W/ this Burg algorithm, you can predict the past and also the future, in the way, the futur is a repetition of the past and the past a repetition of the future

  • JohnLast 2601 days ago

    As I remember the burg algorythm has been implemented in the indicator Extrapolator from the mql4 code base by gwpr.