Has the CIA Discovered a Way to Time Travel?

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According to a 40-minute video published by the Why Files, the CIA and Russian scientists may have discovered a method by which one can travel through time. Of course, much of the information is highly classified, but what we do know is that Kozyrev mirrors may be the key to time travel.

What Are the Kozyrev Mirrors?

The Kozyrev mirrors are devices invented by Soviet scientist Vlail Kaznacheyev and named after astronomer Nikolai Aleksandrovich Kozyrev. They are coiled sheets of aluminum that supposedly focus the different kinds of radiation coming from objects placed within the device.

According to a Medium article by Muang’Akili Tugmakvu, “The Kozyrev mirrors can alter the properties of torsion fields, creating localized disruptions in spacetime.”

But Can the Kozyrev Mirrors Really Be Used for Time Travel?

It would be impossible to do justice to the above-mentioned Why Files video in this short article, so it is highly recommended that readers watch it to gain a better understanding of how the Kozyrev mirrors may be the key to time travel.

Of course, many have expressed doubts at such a notion. The primary argument against the existence of time travel can be summed up in a single question: “If time travel exists, then where are the time travelers?” 

Throughout the years, there have been plenty of people who have claimed to be time travelers, though their assertions have been dubious at best and asinine at worst.

Time Travel Hoaxes Make Actual Science Supporting Time Travel Appear Less Credible

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Amongst the dozens of instances of people publicly claiming to have traveled through time, none are more well-known than the story of John Titor, whose invented background was so enthralling that it is still discussed 20 years later.

From 2000 to 2001, someone going by the name of John Titor would frequently post in time travel forums. He claimed to be a time traveler from the year 2036, sent on a mission to 1975 in order to retrieve an IBM 5100 computer. This item was needed to debug legacy computer programs in the future. 

Titor claimed to simply be “stopping by” the year 2000 to visit relatives. He made a series of predictions about the future, including that a US civil war would break out in 2005. He also said that in 2015, a third world war would occur. 

Obviously, none of these things happened. But Titor said that by sharing these predictions online, he created a new time-stream, meaning that all of his claims about the future were non-falsifiable. 



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