Is there a person on this planet that haven’t have thought about time traveling at least once in their life time? Don’t we all wish it was real so we can go back and fix things up, tell our loved ones that are no longer here that we love them and cherish them, or go forward in the future and see what it holds for us?
It seems that the biggest wish of humanity is not possible only in the books or in the movies. For now, officially we are only moving forward in time, with no actual time machines or any other devices that could help us go back or forth whenever we please.
But no matter how impossible or crazy it sounds, there are proofs that can make you think twice about this.
11940 – Opening of the South Fork Bridge in London
Look carefully at this photo; what do you see? People gathered for the event, dressed smart, in suits, coats and hats, and there are a few old cars (old for us, from this point of view). But if you take a closer look, you will notice a man on the right, wearing sunglasses, a t-shirt with a print on it and semi-zipped hoodie. He is holding something in his hands too, but it’s hard to see what it is. Could it be a remote, a phone or a camera? He seems a little too modern dressed for the 40s, don’t you think?
You have probably seen old portraits of men and women who incredibly resemble some of the most famous actors and actresses of today. Is it just a coincidence or something else?
32008 – Chinese archeologists found a tiny artifact in an ancient tomb that looks a lot like a wrist watch.
This was a hot topic for a long time and people were trying to prove that this was a hoax and that there is no way a Swiss watch could be found in a tomb of the Ming Dynasty (ruling dynasty in China from 1368 to 1644). The story of the archeologists seems incredible; they claimed that this was an old model of a wrist watch (at least 100 years old) and that it was sealed in the tomb for 4 centuries.
4Behind the scenes of a Charlie Chaplin film
What we see here is a lady who is holding something near her ear. This photo is from a video from an actual footage from behind the scenes of a Charlie Chaplin’s film made in 1928. Is it really a cell phone? You decide.