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what would you do if you had a time machine ?
in the 1960’s and the early 1970’s , there was a science fiction television series created by gene roddenberry , called star trek.. it dealt with space travel in a time around 300 years from now
the design of the spaceship was such that it could travel at a top speed of warp 9 .. meaning 9 times the speed of light ..
if you know the theory of einstein’s relativity , it states that anything that can travel faster than light is a future seeing machine , basically allows time travel back and forth
just imagine what that could do to your recessions cycles … you could have travelled back in time with cash , bought shares , came back to the future and sold them … keep repeating this process for unlimited cash …
anyway , if you want to read about it , it is here : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Enterprise_(NCC-1701)
i remember seeing this series around the 1980’s .. bless our one and only tv channel then called doordarshan..
fast forward to oct 2 , 2008 .. location : danbury , state of connecticut , usa , time : 11:15 pm to 11:45 pm .. i was here at this time
imagine my surprise when i look out of my patio / balcony ( could not sleep ) and see the same exact spaceship hovering in the skies along with 27 other dome shamed spaceships landing and taking off.. just do the satellite scan of this area .. ask your satellite / space department to do it .. you will see that i am not joking .. if you don’t have a space department or did not have one at that time , ask russia’s help … they always watch american skies .. 🙂
now , here is how you can get your hands on this technology .. these are not air planes , they are from the future ..
remember this was around the financial crisis and maybe they were generating money the way discussed above ..
ask usa .. pay them money .. usa needs it right now for stimulus .. they have the highest debt in almost their entire history ..
once you get your hands on this spaceship , you can create unlimited amount of money and tide over any recession…