Jesse Ventura – Conspiracy Theory S03 E03 – Time Travel Secrets - RiseEarth

Jesse Ventura – Conspiracy Theory S03 E03 – Time Travel Secrets

Time travel and teleportation have long been popular modes of transportation in science fiction. H.G. Wells’ book, The Time Machine, was published in 1898 and launched a science-fiction time-travel genre that has spawned dozens of wildly successful and diverse entertainments, from action-horror films like The Terminator series, to lighthearted teen comedies like Back to the Future and Hot Tub Time Machine. In 1966, Star Trek made its television debut and the teleportation directive, “Beam me up, Scotty,” entered the pop-culture lexicon.

Like time travel, teleportation was used to tell a variety of different stories. The mutant Nightcrawler, from the X-Men comic books and films, used his powers of teleportation to assist his fellow mutants in a swashbuckling struggle for survival, while director David Cronenberg brilliantly used the technology as a backdrop for his 1986 remake of The Fly.

But according to some conspiracy theorists, surfing the space-time continuum is more than just a fictional flight to the ’50s in a souped-up DeLorean—it is a terrifying reality. They claim it all began with a series of bizarre, top-secret experiments during World War II and continue in underground government laboratories to this very day. Here is the entire episode:

Source: usahitman

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  1. I see plenty of good posts on this site, but this one particularly turns so much of it into a joke. The fact that the government has conducted plenty of experiments over a variety of subjects in secrecy is well known. I am not disputing these claims, and its great speculation, but the reason this article is a joke is because it mentions Jesse Ventura. To post articles about the new world order, misinformation, and brainwashing media is great. To use someone so obviously evil and a proponent of the new world agenda as an article basis is ridiculous. The show Conspiracy Theory is obviously an attempt by the NWO to sate people's curiosities on subjects where speculation is the worst enemy. The entire show bases itself upon this team of detectives that interview outlandish people, drawing ridiculous conclusions from them, while interviewing actual truth speakers and making a mockery of them. Look up the episode on reptilians. It is just painfully obvious they take something the public has questions about, and then leads that interest to completely skewed visions of what's going on. Jesse Ventura is a closed minded puppet that pretends to get to the bottom of things just to get people to stop asking questions. I've seen all these articles about how mainstream television is a tool to lead people astray, and yet I find an article posted about one of the most targeted, backhanded, and ignorant pieces of brainwashing material there is.... RiseEarth, you have lost some respect, and only show hypocrisy through things like this.