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Time traveller in 1928

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The conclusion is slightly flawed: it's commonplace to see people doing that action in this century - they must be using a mobile phone, we can't apply the same logic to that action almost 100 years ago.

Too much thinking I feel.

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I'm more impressed by which network was 60 years ahead of the game and had the communcations network in place in case someone wanted to make a call from the future...

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I'm more impressed by which network was 60 years ahead of the game and had the communcations network in place in case someone wanted to make a call from the future...

This. So obviously it's NOT a time traveller, it's a communicator back to the mother ship and she/he is asking to be beamed up.

Only logical explanation.

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You people are arguing that it can't be a time traveller on a phone, cos they'd have no phone network?

So, if they managed to invent a time machine. they'd still need networks? OBVIOUSLY.

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I love stuff like this.

There's a picture on the same site where I saw this video of some guy stood in a crowd of people in the 1940's, and all the men in suits and hats, and this one guy is there with some very modern looking sunglasses, a zip up sweater half undone, with a t shirt with a printed logo on it. Pretty neat.

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One of the arguments about that picture with the man and his camera, look at his right arm. It doesn't look like his arm. It looks like a different sleeve and its in an awkward position. Looks like it belongs to person he has possibly been photoshopped over the top of.

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As you can tell from these, old-fashioned mechanical or resonating hearing aids were not necessarily long and rounded, said Philip Skroska, an archivist at the Bernard Becker Medical Library of Washington University in St. Louis. Short, compact rectangular forms were not unusual.

In other words, they could look something like a cell phone to imaginative YouTube viewers in the 21st century."

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