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In a 1938 Video that “Proves Time Travel is Real,” A Woman Can be Seen “Chatting on the Phone”

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The best material for conspiracy theories is this 1930s film of a woman who appears to be using a cellphone.

Let the conspiracy theories begin.

Some internet users—you know, the ones who wear tinfoil hats—are persuaded that the clip demonstrates time travel, but people who don’t spend their time lurking in secret forums aren’t so sure.

A woman dressed in period attire can be seen wandering through a throng in the undeniably unsettling 1938 video while appearing to speak into whatever she’s carrying to her ear.

The footage, which appeared online for the first time in 2013, showed the group leaving what appeared to be a factory building.

At the time, a YouTube user by the name of Planetcheck asserted that the woman in the video was their aunt Gertude Jones.

She was 17 years old [when the video was taken], according to a statement made by Planetcheck about ten years ago, which was quoted by Yahoo.

She recalls the video when I asked her about it, mentioning that Dupont had a telephone communications unit in the facility.

Gertrude and five other women were given these wireless phones to test out for a week as part of an experiment involving wireless telephones.

As she passes, one of the scientists, who is holding a different wireless phone, is speaking to Gertrude.

Although a few major news organizations covered the claims, they were never completely confirmed, even though Planetcheck’s version of events seems much more likely than time travel.

While we’re on the subject of time travel, we’d like to call your attention to an 1860 painting by Ferdinand George Waldmüller that some people consider being further evidence of time travel because the young woman in the picture looks to be clutching an iPhone.

In the artwork, a young woman is shown serenely reading what appears to be a book while a young man stands by, eager to give her a flower.

“No one could fail to see the similarities to the scene of a teenage girl engaged in social media on their smartphone,” said Peter Russell, a former local Glasgow Government officer, after witnessing the painting, according to Vice.

“What impresses me most,” Russell continued, “is how much an advancement in technology has altered how the artwork is interpreted and, in a sense, has leveraged its entire context.”

What do you guys think?

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Steve Carrell Praised for Amazing Performance in Latest Series

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He first gained notoriety for his roles in comedies like The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Anchorman, but he has since provided a number of performances that demonstrate his talent even when he isn’t playing the comic. Steve Carell has since received praise for his work in a brand-new serial killer thriller on Disney+.

A Huge Role

He plays a psychiatrist who is held captive and chained up in a home by a patient who is a serial killer. The Patient is the name of the television program in which Domhnall Gleeson portrays Gene, the aforementioned serial killer, who eventually goes by the name Sam.

The Plot

There is enough to fit into the show’s 10 episodes, which, with the exception of the finale, run for about 30 minutes. Having recently lost his loving wife to cancer and having an estranged son whose conversion to orthodox Judaism caused family strife, Carell’s Alan is a man with darkness in his history as well. The whole affair unfolds in a sequence of memories and flashbacks.

Make sure you check out the trailer of it right here!

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Immediately After the Release of the New Witcher Trailer, Henry Cavill’s Return was Demanded

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In case you missed it among the recent Witcher turmoil, a new Witcher TV series debuts the following month.

Give Liam a Chance

The Witcher: Blood Origin is a prequel that takes place more than 1000 years before the main Netflix series and tells the story of “seven outcasts in the elven realm unite in a blood quest against an unbeatable power,” according to the streaming giant.

This year’s Christmas Day release of all four episodes of the four-part series will provide many fans with something to binge-watch after their roast. Yesterday a new trailer was released, and it appears that everyone’s reaction has been the same.

And that response…has absolutely nothing to do with this particular miniseries. These episodes don’t actually include Geralt because they are prequels set so far in the past, but viewers are complaining in the comments section that Liam Hemsworth will take Henry Cavill’s place in season four of the main program.

Nothing is the same without Cavill, according to a YouTube user named La Pulga. I like cats stated, “Without Henry, I won’t devote any more time to the franchise.” Give us Henry back now! HENRY AS GERALT IS WHAT WE WANT!! “, Mr. Minister 110 wrote.

This remark is incredibly common online since, according to a study conducted last week, a staggering 81.9% of fans will stop watching The Witcher after Cavill departs. Additionally, a fan-created petition to keep Cavill and dismiss the show’s writers continues to gather support; it has already hit 200,000 signatures, which is incredible.

Hemsworth was reportedly one of the early favorites to play Geralt, thus he was essentially playing the lead part the entire time. Nevertheless, it would be quite challenging to conceive the show without Cavill.

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People Continue Calling Their Kids By This Marvel Character

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Let’s just hope they don’t turn out to be a fan of apocalyptic genocide.

Would you name your kids Thanos?

The first time I saw Avengers: Endgame was recent. I’m a little late, I know. But what a movie it is — its mere size is enough to impress even the pickiest movie critics, and it’s just a wonderful movie in general. But when I saw the credits roll, do you know what I didn’t think? “I’m going to name my firstborn Thanos,” the mother said.

But contrary to what you may assume, it seems that this is a more typical thought. According to ComicBook, a recent analysis by OrganicBabyFormula.com found that following the release of Avengers: Infinity War in 2018, the name “Thanos” has risen an astounding 2,892 spots on the Social Security Administration’s Name Popularity Index.

Other Disney-owned character names that have been influencing new parents’ name selections were also discovered in the same study.

Thanos is ninth on that list, with Quill coming in first (after Peter Quill from Guardians of the Galaxy) and Kristoff (from Frozen) coming in second.

The third place goes to Rey (hey, Star Wars), who is followed by Merida and Aladdin (do I really need to explain?). Loki and Wanda are two other Marvel-inspired names that have experienced a rise in popularity.

But contrary to what you may assume, it seems that this is a more typical thought. According to ComicBook, a recent analysis by OrganicBabyFormula.com found that following the release of Avengers: Infinity War in 2018, the name “Thanos” has risen an astounding 2,892 spots on the Social Security Administration’s Name Popularity Index.

Frankly, I don’t get why Thanos is so popular here. In an interview with ComicBook earlier this year, the character’s creator, Jim Starlin, admitted that he had also been surprised by the popularity of the big, purple guy: “The fact that Thanos has gotten as big as he has, quite frankly, surprised the hell out of me because I always thought he was just too weird and esoteric and apparently wrong.” Because of this, I don’t produce movies.

I’d rather name my kids Tony or Steve actually.

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