Time Travel: Is it Really Possible to go Back to the Future?

By Dr. John L. Reizer

Editor at NoFakeNews

Most of us have probably read science fiction novels or watched movies in the same genre that flirted with time travel as a central theme. It’s a fascinating concept and one which many quantum physicists claim is possible, theoretically speaking, in real life.

I have written previously on this website that everything in our world is comprised of tiny subatomic particles that are essentially hollow. What exactly does that mean in English? Simply explained, it means that everything on a subatomic level fluctuates between being a solid particle and a frequency. When subatomic particles are in a solid state, they pass through unoccupied space. The process of a solid subatomic particle passing through unoccupied space requires the passage of time. When a subatomic particle transforms into its other personality (a frequency signature) it ceases to exist as a solid particle. Because subatomic frequencies lack solidness, they cannot pass through unoccupied space and  therefore time ceases to exist.

Because physical matter can and cannot exist in the universe simultaneously, theoretically speaking, it would also be logical to assume that the same could be written about the properties of time. Writing from the perspective of a quantum physicist, it would therefore be possible to manipulate time and the quantum field. This is not science fiction, but rather a very scientifically explainable phenomena that occurs within the construct of our holographic universe.

In a nutshell, I am writing that time manipulation and time travel are not based on science fiction. They are based on real science and there are people living on this planet that have information about our world that was derived from the use of these technologies.

The research and science that attempts to manipulate the quantum field are being conducted in many locations throughout the world. The Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland would be one of the places where this type of work is being conducted.

The Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland

In 1985, Hollywood produced the blockbuster trilogy, “Back to the Future” starring Michael J Fox. These cinematic productions entertained moviegoers with a central plot that moved its characters back and forth through time. The movies also had another hidden agenda. The productions warned the people in our current time loop that something very serious was going to happen in their future.

Watch the video below to learn more:



Joe Keane: “Large Hadron Collider Will Destroy Earth”

By Gina Flores

Editor at NoFakeNews

I am back in Europe and my first of many stops is Geneva, Switzerland to witness the end of the world, apparently? There are some people out there that believe the Hadron Collider will initiate the beginning of the end of everything this week. I couldn’t stay away and so NoFakeNews is going to be present at CERN and will be in a position to report the end of the world to readers if this apocalyptic scenario should happen to materialize. I am thinking nothing will happen, but you never know.

According to Joe Keane, who has a long bet on the books that the Large Hadron Collider will destroy the Earth before the end of 2018, “Theoretical physics is incomplete regarding what processes can occur at such high energies. No one knows what is going to happen.” 

Nick Damiano, Keane’s challenger argues that the Hadron Collider will do no such thing. He believes the Earth will be just fine. The bet is on and the stakes are pretty high. They’re pretty high for the bettors, but even higher for human beings.

The detailed terms of the bet are as follows:

The prediction is correct if Earth is, as a result of operation of the collider, annihilated, reduced to much smaller volume than previously, vaporized, broken into large pieces, converted into photons, neutrinos, or other radiation, converted into exotic matter, or just unable to support life. For the purpose of the bet, Earth should be considered “destroyed” if, at the end of the term of this bet in 2018, zero human beings reside on the surface of the planet. Damage caused by attack of hostile beings is included if it is a causal result of operation of the collider. Teleporting Earth to another location or alternate universe where it is still able to support life is specifically excluded. Bet is won if whatever scientific community remains at this time, whether human, machine, or extraterrestrial, acknowledges that the “destruction” of Earth most likely resulted from the Large Hadron Collider or a product thereof (e.g. strangelet, micro black hole, etc).

Hopefully, this will not be the last post.

Gina   🙂