um, this is a man who had up Internet forms in the early early days of the Internet and had a lot of really interesting stories and claims and predictions about the world that he came from about the world that he has since gone back into. And, uh, his science that he tries to use to explain everything that's going on is all very fascinating. I mean, there's gotta be something that he says or shows some, you know, that has people scratching their heads right. Otherwise, we wouldn't be talking about this is gonna be a big thing, right? You would think that with a time traveler, just wait a couple of years and, uh, it'll just be false or it'll be true and we'll all freak out and realized time travel, Israel. But there's a couple things that he does in his explanations to me that give him a little bit of wiggle room that leave room for interpretation, which is why I think that so much to grab onto here. It leaves a little bit of vagueness, a little bit, a little bit of complex science, a lot of buzz words, perhaps, but we'll dive into that we'll dive into that is like saying like, hey, 2020 is gonna be a terrible year and it just like, you know, or like 2021 is gonna be a terrible year. It's like, Yeah, I guess that this was terrible. That was terrible. But like some people could take that as, Oh my goodness, He predicted it like right. I mean, there's like the Mayan calendar saying that everything is gonna end in 2012, something very specific that we all waited for right or white UK. Everything's gonna mess up in 2000. These air very specific claims that once that year coming comes and goes that you go all right. Well, maybe it wasn't accurate. Maybe it's real, but you'll see over the course of this explanation the claims he makes, and it's not like an excusable thing. It's not like he's making up excuses. There's there is wiggle room within his own theory, which allow people to go well, hold on a second. I mean, maybe maybe he's right, but because he has said something. The butterfly effect anyway. Well, we're getting into the weeds, will dive into it. And what kind of discusses, we go, but I also want to say at the very top here, as we like to have little disclaimers at the top. A majority of these forum posts on which tighter posted, uh, many of them have been lost time. They've been reconstructed chronologically, as much as possible by other users on the Internet. But despite their best attempts, it's very hard to pin down some of these because it's old Internet forms, not a lot of archives. So some of this data is lost to time. But the things he posted, the things he claimed are still there. And and we have, as best of the timeline is we can construct. So it's more so like with words that he leaves us with our attack. That's more of the timeline of it. Yeah, when he says things and what he is saying are two different things. So we mostly have accurately what he has said, and then as accurately as possible we have when he said it. All right, Yeah. So let's go back way back. 1998 July 29th. A radio show by the name of Coast to Coast AM. It's a late night paranormal themed radio show hosted by Art Bell. He receives a fax during one of the open timeline segments. This person who sent the fax remained anonymous and they claimed to have time traveled from the year 2036. They further claimed that time travel was successfully invented after researchers at CERN were able to create the world's first successfully contained singularity engine and just for those at home. There's going to be a lot of technical babble throughout this episode, and I'll do my best to kind of simplify it. But the CERN is an acronym in French, translated in English to European Council for Nuclear Research. It's a several decades old research facility over in France and incorporates a lot of European countries. And to simplify what a singularity is, it's essentially a black hole. It's a point of infinitely small mass or a size, I should say, but infinitely great of Mass. So it's essentially super, super dense, infinitely dense. They also claimed to have met a past version of themselves multiple times, even taking a younger version of themselves on quote a few rides. So he's joy riding through time. Eso It's one of those like you, you know, avoid yourself. Otherwise things could go very wrong for you. Right? So that's what you're referring. Grandfather Paradox. Yeah. There you go. So he actually addresses that, Interestingly enough later on, this anonymous person then continues on to say it was impossible to travel past the year 25 64 with this to say, quote, please pray that we discover the reason why there is no apparent future. After 25 64 end quote, they went on to, ah warn of the effects of y two K, including a couple things they said, uh, people freezing to death. The government would institute martial law. A power facility in Denver would be destroyed by a mob and finally, that a new government system would be born out of this unrest. And that's all of the That's all the information that they had within the fax from from this particular segment on coast to coast AM s. So you have some vague claims here. You have effects of Y two k, not necessarily pinning it down to a certain point or a day or year. But see, now you could start to see what I'm saying where they have, like vague claims. I mean, yes, destroying his place in Denver is a very specific thing, but a new government system being born out of unrest. You start thio open, open the realms a little bit. You know what is unrest At what level do we define? Unrest is unrest, like right now. Maybe he was just a little early on some of these things. That's why people start to go well, man, there's a lot of interesting claims here.