If time travel did exist would people in the future even tell us?
They possibly already have; and we didn’t believe them.
There’s the story of John Titor, who appeared on internet bulletin boards of the 2000’s saying he came from 2036, and that the many worlds theory was true, which may explain why some of his predictions have not followed through.
A video uploaded in 2006 shows a Swedish man named Håkan Nordkvist claiming that he had been accidentally transported to 2046 when attempting to fix the sink in his kitchen. There in the future, he immediately met someone who revealed and proved to be himself about 70 years old, and with whom he "had a great time". He filmed a short footage of the two smiling and hugging each other and showing the tattoo they had in their right arm.
Andrew Carlssin was reportedly arrested in March 2003 for SEC violations for making 126 high-risk stock trades and being successful on every one. As reported, Carlssin started with an initial investment of $800 and ended with over $350,000,000 which drew the attention of the SEC. Later reports suggest that after his arrest, he submitted a four-hour confession wherein he claimed to be a time traveller from 200 years in the future. He offered to tell investigators such things as the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden and the cure for AIDS in return for a lesser punishment and to be allowed to return to his time craft, although he refused to tell investigators the location or workings of his craft.
The trick is: how do you tell the difference between a true time traveler, and a hoax or scam?
If future facts diverge from his story, is it becuase his story is wrong, or because his very presence has changed things?
Most of the supposed photographic evidence of time travelers can be easily debunked as people not knowing what they are actually looking at.
The woman with the “cellphone” in Charlie Chaplin’s film, is most likely holding a very early hearing aid receiver, while the “working part” will be hidden in her purse or worn around her neck,and is not visible.
The supposed “hipster” photo, with a man in much more casual dress than those around him, can still be explained as his sunglasses, letter sweater, and so on were indeed available at that time, though his casual appearance is surprising.
So, the question comes, how would they tell us in such a way that we would believe them?
Or are time travelers among us, but very good at historical research, so we don’t notice?
I think it is best to keep an open mind, but we need to not be so open minded our brain drops out.
Anyone claiming to be a time traveler must sadly bear the burden of proof: present a piece of ceramics dated to today, than can be radioactively dated to be a few hundred years old, perhaps. (This may be the most convincing.)
Or a modern book that dates this way, for instance.
Otherwise, it just makes more sense that they are pulling a scam, or are simply delusional.
Without solid proof, we will never know with 100% certainty that we haven’t dismissed the claims of the first true time traveler, guaranteeing there won’t be a second.
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