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List of Russian rulers (1283-1917)
This article can be seen as an appendix to the one about Ivan Petrov. The purpose of the article is to illustrate how much longer certain Russian rulers might live in the next revision of history; and this is assuming that, by way of Petrov, Western medicine enters Russia along with the Renaissance. (In Russia, Western medicine is mixed with that indigenous to Russia and the rest of Eastern Europe.) In regards to the Grand Princes of Moscow during the Mongol era, with the exception of Vasily I, who rules at the time of Petrov's return to Russia in 1395, their dates of death as noted remain unchanged and are based on personal research.
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Memory makes reality.

That’s what New York City cop Barry Sutton is learning as he investigates the devastating phenomenon the media has dubbed False Memory Syndrome—a mysterious affliction that drives its victims mad with memories of a life they never lived.

That's what neuroscientist Helena Smith believes. It’s why she’s dedicated her life to creating a technology that will let us preserve our most precious memories. If she succeeds, anyone will be able to re-experience a first kiss, the birth of a child, the final moment with a dying parent. 

As Barry searches for the truth, he comes face-to-face with an opponent more terrifying than any disease—a force that attacks not just our minds but the very fabric of the past. And as its effects begin to unmake the world as we know it, only he and Helena, working together, will stand a chance at defeating it.

But how can they make a stand when reality itself is shifting and crumbling all around them?
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Chrono Trigger
Chrono Trigger takes place in a world similar to Earth, with eras such as the prehistoric age, in which primitive humans and dinosaurs share the earth; the Middle Ages, replete with knights, monsters, and magic; and the post-apocalyptic future, where destitute humans and sentient robots struggle to survive. The characters frequently travel through time to obtain allies, gather equipment, and learn information to help them in their quest. The party also gains access to the End of Time (represented as year ∞), which serves as a hub to travel back to other time periods. The party eventually acquires a time-machine vehicle known as the Wings of Time, nicknamed the Epoch. The vehicle is capable of time travel between any time period without first having to travel to the End of Time.
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Time Trap (2017)
A group of students become trapped inside a mysterious cave where they discover time passes differently underground than on the surface.
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Most of you probably know who QAnon is at this point. If you don't... Go look it up.

There's another anonymous poster over on 4chan though, and he's been talking about time travel quite a bit lately. His posts get aggregated here:


From their FAQ page:

There's a lot of posts, and most of them are worth a read, but here's the time travel ones:

Unsure what to make of all of this... But it's interesting to think about. Has anyone else heard of this guy?
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Renaissance History: Ivan Petrov
This is a continuation of my Renaissance History series, my 7th (and final) entry in the series. In this series, I've covered five out of six Renaissance men of my invention, each man of a different European country; the 6th is Ivan Petrov of Russia. This article is likely also the largest article I have in the series.
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Renaissance History: John Taylor

This is a continuation of my Renaissance History series, my 6th (and penultimate) entry in the series overall. In the series, I've covered four out of six Renaissance men of my invention, each man of a different European country (Note: There are a lot more than six Renaissance men I've invented, as can be seen in the first article in this series, which is an introduction.); the 5th is John Taylor of England.


John Taylor was an English scholar who spread the Renaissance across the British Isles after visiting France, Spain, and Italy. John was born in London on November 14, 1358. While studying in his home country, he became exposed to the rich and increasingly passive artistic and musical culture flourishing in France, as both rival countries were tired of losing men and were growing compelled to stop fighting during a two-year period.

In 1383, England’s second year of recovery from 40 years of warfare, John took the opportunity to find more about the contemporary French artistic culture by relocating to Paris. He remained there until 1385, when he headed for Spain, where the Renaissance had been for ten years. He remained in Spain until 1387, when he went to Italy, the birthplace of the Renaissance.

John returned to England in 1390, having become more and more fascinated with every land he visited. He visited with English noblemen, and later the king of England, to whom he discussed his discoveries, introducing memories and souvenirs from the European countries he travelled in. They would all agree that John’s discoveries made England’s immediate past culture look primitive in comparison.

John died in London on August 16, 1440, at the age of 81.
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How I came to the conclusion I was from a Parallel Universe. Time variances of Parallel Universes.
Looking at a map of the Straits of Gibraltar, 7 years ago now, I noticed something missing! Gibraltar was now a peninsula attached to southern Spain!

However, in my memories from my past education, I knew, beyond a shadow of a doubt, The Rock had been called the "ISLE OF GIBRALTAR." A very prominent island mountain! The Rock is still a monumental landmark, but before the island guarded the entrance to the Mediterranean sea! Almost exactly halfway between Morocco and Spain, it had many miles of the watery Straits to its North and South. It had been called the "Straits of Gibraltar" for this reason, as there were two of them! (It is still called the Straits, but it made more sense then!) There were two of them, a northern, outbound Straight, and a southern inbound Strait.
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Historian from a parallel dimension
I am a historian from a parallel universe/dimension/earth! As a historian I have any excellent memory, so I have discovered multiple historical differences here! 

For example, Emperor Julius Gaius Ceasar is no longer Emperor or the first Emperor as he was for me! Ben Franklin was a US President for me as was Alexander Hamilton.They no longer are here! The Korean DMZ was on the 33rd parallel. It's now on the 38th. I recall this because Truman was a 33rd degree mason and wanted it placed there. The Torah there(my prior dimension) had no spaces or paragraphs. It was one long series of Hebrew letters, a code in fact! Now it has spaces and paragraphs!

The isn't a joke and my consciousness came here in Jan 2013. Historical and geographic changes are my favorite but anatomic differences interest me as well.

I am not a time traveler, per se, but I studied the history of a parallel dimension. I see these differences as being self apparent.

I don't have any time machine, or a machine to change between parallel dimensions. As far as I know that shift(s) was a natural process. Some have pointed out that this seems related to the Mandela Effect, and I have personally discovered some of the most convincing historical ones. However, I was also able to ascertain how my consciousness moved to another dimension.  I will attempt to answer all questions asked in good faith!
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Renaissance History: Heinrich Becker

This is the first article I've written that wasn't copied and pasted from a TTI forum post. It is a continuation of my Renaissance History series, my 5th entry in the series overall. The first article in the series is an introduction, the rest being based on Renaissance men, one article each for a Renaissance man of my invention, each man of a different nationality. The 4th Renaissance man I cover is Heinrich Becker of Germany.


Heinrich Becker was a German scholar who spread the Renaissance across the German states after visiting Italy, Spain, and France. Heinrich was born in Hamburg on September 8, 1353. He learned a great deal of knowledge from Italian ambassadors working in Hamburg of the Renaissance which had recently been imported from Italy to Spain, during a time when most Germans were not paying attention.

Heinrich headed for Italy, where he arrived in 1378, and learned even more through experience and study throughout the peninsula. He left Italy for Spain in 1381, the year after Jacques Bonneville imported the Renaissance into France, and found more diversity in the arts in Spain as well. He left Spain for France in 1383, the year after it wrapped up negotiations for peace with England.

After exploring France for a while, Heinrich returned to his native Hamburg in 1385, determined to spread the Renaissance among the German peoples. Local officials and even the Holy Roman Emperor himself were impressed with his discoveries, and soon schools were built to train artists and musicians in the new styles, following the example of countries such as Italy, Spain, Portugal, and France.

Heinrich died in Hamburg on September 18, 1431, at the age of 78.
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What is the Grandfather Paradox?
If you've ever seen Back to the Future, you probably know that you shouldn't be messing with things your parents did before you were born. At least, not unless you want to erase yourself from existence. The plot of Robert Zemeckis' 1985 blockbuster is an excellent example of the Grandfather Paradox. However, the concept is much richer and more profound than that.

The Grandfather Paradox is a self-canceling contradiction that arises from changing the past. A person who travels through time to and kills their grandfather before the birth of their own parents is the classic example.

The change caused by the time traveler would logically negate their own existence. However, since the traveler never existed, then they never created that difference. Contradictorily, the absence of the traveler means the change never took place. Is the traveler born after all? 
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Conviction of a Time Traveler
This groundbreaking new book reveals never before known information about the time traveler from 2036 using the name John Titor. In 2000, a man calling himself John Titor began posting online claiming to be a time traveler from 2036. His mission? Travel to 1975, make contact with his own grandfather and retrieve an obscure IBM computer to help in the reconstruction of American infrastructure after a nuclear war with Russia in 2015. John Titor's postings generated intense interest and hot debate at the time. Even now in 2010, people still find Titor's writings incredibly compelling today. John carried a warning from the future about the coming Second American Civil War he survived in his own time and will be unavoidable in our own. This book represents the first, only and most comprehensive investigation into the John Titor saga ever. Conviction of a Time Traveler includes a good overview of the Titor story up to as late as 2010 and a deconstruction and analysis of his postings. Later in the book, the author investigates the implications from Titor's posts and attempts to rebuild Titor's world based on his own words. 
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Renaissance History: Miguel Vasquez
This article constitutes a second pioneer Renaissance man of my invention. You can find a list of examples of pioneer Renaissance men (all of whom are invented by myself, with the exception of four Italians) in this article. The next Renaissance man I cover is Miguel Vasquez of Spain.
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John Titor IRC Logs
These logs, originally sent to Anomalies.net from an unnamed source purport to show a late night conversation between the time traveler John Titor and several other individuals on IRC.
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Renaissance History: Luciano Marrone
This 4th article of mine is a continuation of my 1st article on the topic of Renaissance history, found here. In each of the succeeding articles, starting with this one, I'm gonna elaborate on six early Renaissance figures found in the linked article, each from a different country and all of them known for being diverse Renaissance men. Each article will focus on a different Renaissance man, the first one being Luciano Marrone from Italy.
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Renaissance History, Introduction

This is my 3rd article. It involves adding pioneer Renaissance figures to selected nations of Europe: Italy, Spain, France, Germany, England, and Russia. In current history as we know it, the Renaissance, which is said to have originated in Florence, Italy, took quite a while for the most part to be spread outside of Italy, although it entered certain nations like Spain earlier on, as I recall. This thread entails shortening this process, hence the introduction of additional pioneer Renaissance men. As can be inferred from the following paragraphs, the Renaissance goes from Italy to Spain around 1375, as well as other nations afterward, leading up to its entry into Russia around 1395. After the Renaissance enters Russia, there is a highly mobilized mainstream process that spreads it to the rest of Europe, a process finalizing by around 1400.
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The Plot to Save Socrates
What they've been saying about The Plot to Save Socrates, since 2006 ...

"...challenging fun" - Entertainment Weekly

"Da Vinci-esque thriller" - New York Daily News

"...a fun book to read" - Dallas Morning News
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I have come from the future to learn about your time and when exactly things happened because the history from 1970-2150 is partially lost when I come from.
I have been here since November 11th 2003.
In my time my profession is a chronohistorian which means I am a historian that investigates the happenings of the past by visiting and experiencing the time.
If you have any questions please ask me them however if they are about the future I may not answer them because the questions may be classified in time.
If I have any questions though I would like you to answer them.
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Steins;Gate is about a group of friends who have customized their microwave into a device that can send text messages to the past. As they perform different experiments, an organization named SERN who has been doing their own research on time travel tracks them down and now the characters have to find a way to avoid being captured by them.
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Donnie Darko
After narrowly escaping a bizarre accident, a troubled teenager is plagued by visions of a large bunny rabbit that manipulates him to commit a series of crimes.
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The Journeyman Project
Claiming to be the first ever photorealistic game, The Journeyman Project take us to the far future, to the year 2318. Humanity is on the verge on signing an historic peace treaty with an alien civilization called the Symbiotry. However, it seems someone is altering history and meddling with the timeline.

This is due to a newly created machine, the Pegasus time travel machine. You are a member of the team assigned to guard it, and now you must use it to travel back through time and unravel the mystery and stop whoever is behind it.

In your travels, you will travel from 2 million years BC to the far future, solving puzzles and untangling the mystery. The game is played from a 1st-person view point.

The game was originally made for the Macintosh and the PC port suffered some problems, leading to a later improved release, re-titled The Journeyman Project: Turbo!

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