Wednesday, October 21, 2015

October 21, 2015 - Back to the Future

Today is the day (October 21, 2015) when Marty McFly went to the future in the movie "Back to the Future" using the Delorean car designed as a time machine by Doc Emmet Brown.  As we delve into the technologies presented by the Keshe Foundation we now know that the teleportation is possible and that it can be part of tomorrows world, not so far from now.  Not only teleportation but also the capability to "Time Travel" including space travel.  

Whether you believe it or not, the people from the Pleiades and the people from Sirius are presently inside our solar system and are assisting in transitioning our world towards becoming a galactic society.  They have people who are now on the ground as well as on ships that are orbiting the planet.  Zorra from Hollow Earth said in effect that the Galactics are giving inspirations to the people of the Earth through dreams and ideas while awake of technologies that will help uplift the quality of life here on earth.  This is probably the reason why so many people are coming out these days with ideas and inventions that are revolutionary, just like Keshe Foundation.  In the same manner the ideas of Nicola Tesla was shared and impressed on him to his mind by offworld beings.

The secret government of the US has been trying to send nuclear weapons in space as they want to bomb the orbiting ships that are encircling the Earth.  But the Galactics have stated they will not tolerate those actions, and that they will prevent nuclear weapons from entering the outer space.  Zorra even disclosed that there is a spaceship hovering above the Fukushima plant in Japan, it is cloaked with an invisibilty technology that in an event that something goes wrong; that ship will simply absorb the radioactivity including explosion so that it will not harm the earth nor anyone.  That ship will serve as a vacuum and absorb the harmful elements that will come out of the nuclear power plant leaving it as though nothing happened. 

If you noticed a lot of rockets that were sent to space recently have been exploding; as revealed by the Galactics that they are directly intervening.  That if those rockets launched by the secret corporate government of the US contains a nuclear warhead then they will not allow it to go into space. If you use binoculars equipped with lenses that lets you see in the night (night vision) use it to see to scan the sky at night and you will see plenty of ships flying in the sky.  Also, there are some telescope that can be fitted with an infrared device, this will also let you see spaceships that are allover the sky of the world.  The secret government of the world are desperate to eradicate these extraterrestrials which is why they were sending nuclear weapons in space hoping they can extinguish them at will but to no avail.  Because they are dealing with beings that are a million times more powerful/advance than them.

One of the things that they will share to us earthlings is the ability to time travel either to the past or to the future.  Some of their ships are capable of time travel.  This was shared to us by Billie Woodard who told us that he was allowed to try and enter one of the ships of the Pleiadeans, he went to the future and he saw the entire New York city was gone converted into a pristine environment where ecological order has been restored and mother nature were allowed to shape the landscape once again.  All of the manmade structures are gone including the skyscrapers. 

They said we can travel back either to the past or to the future and they can help us have that kind of technology.  With this technology, it will make watching movies instantly OBSOLETE.  All the crimes that were perpetrated in the world can be RE-INVESTIGATED because today those corporations who have enormous amount of cash were able to cover their crimes. By traveling to the past - when everyone can have access to these technologies can find out the secret and altered scenarios in which they changed the truth in place of a lie.  For example, today we now know that Titanic was not the real one that sank, it was the Olympic Ship that went to the bottom of the Atlantic ocean and the lies that were given in order to hide the crimes they conspired.      

Why sit infront of television for hours when you can travel back in time and see/watch the actual event happen before your very eyes by being there in person with the use of time travel technologies?  All of the secret of the past will become an open book and the lies that were given in the past will be busted once and for all.


This is heavy: 8 things 'Back to the Future' actually predicted… and what it got wrong

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While we may not have flying cars, we do have many things Marty McFly saw on October 21, 2015 and, thankfully, a way better fashion sense than the futuristic characters in Back to the Future Part II.
As Old Biff would say, “There’s something very familiar about all this.” So let’s take a ride “back from the future” to see what the film franchise got right, where it’s still ahead of its time, and what would be true… if there “were the temporal junction point for the entire space-time continuum.”
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Posted by Back To the Future on Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Great Scott, we did it!

1. Powered by trash

While we’re not quite powering our flying, time-traveling cars with banana peels and stale beer out of our trash cans, garbage is fueling some pretty potent flying objects. The US military, with the backing of Congress via the Energy Policy Act of 2005, is focusing on jet fuels derived from renewable sources. One of those sources is Hydroprocessed Esters and Fatty Acids (HEFA), a “renewable oil (e.g., vegetable oils, animal fat, waste grease, and algae oil)… processed using hydrogen treatment (hydroprocessing) to yield a fuel in the distillation range of jet fuel and diesel.” In 2014, the Pentagon spent up to $150 per gallon on alternative jet fuels made from algae.

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And let’s not forget how the water utility in the nation’s capital is being fueled by feces.

2. Wearable and otherwise portable tech

Let’s face it. Doc’s weird glasses and digital camera-type device have nothing on today’s smartphones, Google Glass, heads-up displays, Apple Watches and other sorts of wearable and portable technologies. The reality of today’s tech has gone far beyond what the trilogy’s creators could have dreamed up.
"The fact that everyone can have one device that’s a computer, that’s a camera, that’s a recording device, that’s a calculator, that’s a flashlight... we didn’t think of that," screenwriter and co-producer of the BTTF trilogy, Bob Gale, admitted to the Hollywood Reporter.

3. Botox

“I went to a rejuvenation clinic and got an all-natural overhaul. They took out some wrinkles, did a hair repair, changed the blood, added a good 30 to 40 years to my life. They also replaced my spleen and colon,” Doc tells Marty as he pulls off his disguise.

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Yup, sounds like Botox and other ways people seek a physical fountain of youth.

4. Holograms

Besides flat screens (see Gale’s comments on that tech below), BTTF2 showed a hologram in the ad for Jaws 19, in which, as Marty says, “Shark still looks fake.” It also looks an awful lot like the 2015 Super Bowl’s surprise star, Left Shark.

Holograms can be so realistic these days that an aura-like outline is sometimes added around the image to make it look fake, such as when CNN used holograms of reporter Jessica Yellin or singer Will.I.Am during its 2008 Election Night coverage.

5. Television

The BTTF2 creators got so much right with television, it’s like they really did travel forward in time. There’s the six-channeled TV which portended not just picture-in-picture technologies, but also the National Football League’s RedZone stream that shows multiple games at once, or the myriad of ways DirecTV subscribers can watch the US Open tennis tournament.

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And while 3D movies and televisions may not be the norm these days, they aren’t exactly unheard of, either.

6. Motion sensor games

“You mean you have to use your hands? That’s like a baby’s toy,” says a young Elijah Wood in Cafe 80s after Marty shows the futuristic kid and his pal how to win at the Wild Gunman arcade game.

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Just over two decades after BTTF2 came out, Microsoft Kinect made its debut as a motion-sensing video game console.

7. Fingerprint scanners and virtual payments

These two technologies appear throughout the film. First, Old Terry approaches Marty asking for donations to “save the clocktower” with a device that looks an awful lot like Square, a gadget that turns smartphones and tablets into credit-card scanners. Then the police scan Jennifer’s thumbprint while she sleeps in the alley to discover her identity. Kind of like how we have our fingerprints scanned at airports and for other security purposes.
Of course, we’re already way beyond the point of using just fingerprints as biometrics.

8. Video calls

In 2015, Old Marty fields calls on his flat-screen TV from Old Needles and his boss. Just like with Skype, WhatsApp and a myriad of other video-calling applications, the callers can see each other as they communicate in real time.

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"I would have bet that the flat-screen TV and the Skype-like communication ‒ I would have put money that we would have that," Gale said. But, just like Marty and the sports almanac, he didn’t play the books on that tech.

Precisely on schedule… well, almost

Gale and friends had some good guesses that haven’t quite arrived yet. But the technology is close… ish. Of course, some things on the horizon are actually based on the movie, so we’ll give them half-credit for their futuristic predictions.

1. Hoverboards

There are a few options that are almost hoverboards… but not quite.

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Boosted Boards has an electric skateboard that has some hovering properties, while the Hendo Hoverboard, which will set you back a cool $10,000, relies on magnetic technology and a metal ramp. The Lexus Slide hoverboard is still only a concept and will also require a magnetic skatepark, but it should move more like the version Marty boosted from the little girl to escape Griff and his gang.

2. Self-lacing shoes

Doc hands Marty a pair of Nikes that tie themselves. The iconic sneaker brand has, in fact, developed these, but they're more of a gimmick designed for the trilogy’s 30th anniversary and Wednesday’s Future Day than anything else.

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“Are we gonna see power laces in 2015? To that, I say YES!” Nike shoe designer Tinker Hatfield told fans last February, according to ubergizmo.

3. Food hydrators

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While we’re not yet rehydrating food in our Black & Decker Hydrators, we are on the verge of getting our meals in some really futuristic ways, like 3D-printing food.

And doesn’t NASA’s 3D-printed pizza look way better than Pizza Hut’s rehydrated version? Of course, it also looks way better than the space agency’s attempts to turn human poop into astronaut food.

Roads? Where we’re going we… actually do still need roads

But the creators couldn’t get everything right. Here are a few things that are just way off-base.

1. Flying cars

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"Flying DeLorean? Haven't seen one of those in... thirty years," Old Biff mutters as the winged-door sports car lands in front of Cafe 80s. Sorry, “butthead,” but you still haven’t, unless you’re in an alternate version of 2015. For now, though, you’ll probably have to wait until 2062, when The Jetsons is set, as we’re stillworkingonself-drivingcars and trucks.

2. Faxes

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Obviously faxes still exist. They’re just pretty much functionally obsolete. Why send something that has to be printed out ‒ wasting paper ‒ when you can email, text or scan it? And let’s not forget all those social media messaging apps. Your boss can just tweet you to tell you that you’re fired, right?

3. The justice system

“The justice system works quickly, now that they’ve abolished all lawyers,” Doc tells Marty. Not to get all “heavy,” but the courts are even more overloaded and attorneys are still everywhere. Plus poor people and minorities are prosecuted at a much higher rate than their proportion of the general population.

Cubs sweep Miami?

There are a few things that could still possibly happen this year, so we’re reserving judgment on whether the BTTF2 crew got them right.

1. Rain in California

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Yes, the Golden State has been going through a massive, four-year drought. However, California has just suffered through some torrential downpours and mudslides, so the pouring rain as the Delorean flies through while heading towards Hill Valley on October 21, 2015 could still conceivably arrive, even though the current forecast calls for a 0 percent chance of precipitation. Unlike what Doc says after noting the rain would end in five seconds, neither the post office nor the Weather Service are particularly efficient.

2. Cubs win the World Series

The hapless Chicago Cubs still haven’t hoisted Major League Baseball’s championship trophy since 1908, but they could possibly win the World Series in 2015. They are currently down 2-0 to the New York Mets after the first two games of the best-of-seven National League Championship Series. There’s no way for them to be eliminated from contention before Wednesday at 4:29 p.m. on the West Coast, as the first pitch for Game 4 isn’t until 8:07 p.m. ET. If they do manage to squeak by the Mets, they won’t face Miami ‒ the Marlins, by the way, not the Gators – because, first of all, the Marlins play in the NL, not the American League; and second of all, they didn’t make the playoffs this year. The South Florida-based team even didn’t come into being until 1993, however, so score one for the BTTF2 creators for calling that one.

If the Cubbies do advance, Doc portrayer Christopher Lloyd wants to throw out the first pitch at the Fall Classic.

“I didn’t even remember about the Cubs until someone brought it up a few days ago,” he told the Hollywood Reporter last Wednesday. “Maybe it’ll happen. We’ll see. They got to get there first.”

Whether the predictions for the future in BTTF2 were pie-in-the-sky guesses or educated guesses and regardless of whether they turned out to be true or remain futuristic fantasies, the trilogy’s creators wanted the movie to be fun and relatable. So take their tech conjectures with a grain of salt.

“Part of what makes the movie still so watchable, even as goofy as some of the stuff is, is that everybody understands that we’re having fun with it,” said Gale. “We [were] not saying, ‘We’re going to seriously try to predict what life is going to be like in the year 2015,’ no.”

Now that we’re back from the future, “make like a tree and get out of here!”


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