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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/lif...-shouldnt-show

    i was like whoah when i read this
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    (Original post by the bear)
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/lif...-shouldnt-show

    i was like whoah when i read this
    Well the future of technology was predicted many years ago now, just think of big brother. I don’t know if time travel is possible (yet), but even if it was do you think they’d let the general population know of its existence? Just like if Earth had made connect with life from other planets, do you think humanity could handle that? If it’s not yet possible, then certainly it may be one day but probably not within our generation.

    And even if it were possible, should humanity really let it happen?

    It could be argued that things are going out of control already with the technology we already have
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    (Original post by Lepidolite)
    Well the future of technology was predicted many years ago now, just think of big brother. I don’t know if time travel is possible (yet), but even if it was do you think they’d let the general population know of its existence? Just like if Earth had made connect with life from other planets, do you think humanity could handle that? If it’s not yet possible, then certainly it may be one day but probably not within our generation.

    And even if it were possible, should humanity really let it happen?

    It could be argued that things are going out of control already with the technology we already have
    when is saw this:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/content/d...G?imwidth=1400

    mind = blown

    she is typing "omg stalker is here with one of his stupid flowers. wtf ?"
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    (Original post by the bear)
    when is saw this:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/content/d...G?imwidth=1400

    mind = blown

    she is typing "omg stalker is here with one of his stupid flowers. wtf ?"
    Yes I was surprised. It looks like she’s holding a phone but we can’t possibly say what kind
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    (Original post by Lepidolite)
    Yes I was surprised. It looks like she’s holding a phone but we can’t possibly say what kind
    maybe this:

    https://www.styxblackphone.com/image...lackphone2.png

    :dontknow:
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    (Original post by the bear)
    she is typing "omg stalker is here with one of his stupid flowers. wtf ?"
    Or, perhaps, thinking 'Why did I agree to meet Georg out here - and why did he ask me to bring my engagement ring in its box?'
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    It's top secret this time travel thing :shh:
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    Maybe a prankster tampered with the paintings? :dontknow:
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    it looks like she is holding a cup cake to me
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    (Original post by Hamoody)
    Maybe a prankster tampered with the paintings? :dontknow:
    Using PaintShop Pro, presumably?
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Using PaintShop Pro, presumably?
    Maybe? Or Photoshop Elements :dontknow:
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    Time travel sounds like fun and games, but I bet the wifi signal in the 19th century must've been pretty poor.
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      (Original post by Froppy)
      it looks like she is holding a cup cake to me
      It could be anything, from a cake to a book to nothing more than posture.

      However, for the record, mobile phones were predicted in about 1903 or something, when an early sf writer predicted "wireless telegraphs that fit in a shirt pocket" or some such. I'll try and find who it was, can't remember offhand.
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      Gotta catch them all. Even if you do live in the 1950s.
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      Looking down = using an iPhone? Shows the thought process of this generation lmao
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      Of course its possible. Have you ever seen Goodnight Sweetheart?
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      This is some next sorcery... the photo might have been photoshopped tbf or maybe it isn't a phone and she is just holding a mirror up which causes the glass to reflect some light making it look like a phone.
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      (Original post by the bear)
      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/lif...-shouldnt-show

      i was like whoah when i read this
      Why are you in the Women’s Life section of the Telegraph?
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      (Original post by SGHD26716)
      Why are you in the Women’s Life section of the Telegraph?
      Because the Women's Life section of the Huddersfield Daily Examiner does not go far enough.
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      (Original post by Tootles)
      It could be anything, from a cake to a book to nothing more than posture.

      However, for the record, mobile phones were predicted in about 1903 or something, when an early sf writer predicted "wireless telegraphs that fit in a shirt pocket" or some such. I'll try and find who it was, can't remember offhand.
      there are apparent references even earlier in Shakespeare :ahee:

      Sirrah art thou pleased to see me or is that a Wyrelesse Dongle in thy breeches forsooth ?

      *Mistress Forgee in As You Like IT
     
     
     
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