A Guy Claims to Have Sent Binary Code Back Through Time?

Here is more from the excerpt of how this could possibly work:

The energy of the light beams will produce a gravitational field strong enough to drag a spinning neutron through time. Dr. Mallet says: “Let’s say I’ll call the spin up a one (1) and I’ll call a spin down a zero (0). So imagine sending a stream of neutrons with spin up, spin up spin down, spin up …what do you call that? It’s BINARY CODE. So by using the spin of neutrons I can send the binary code which can be translated into a message.”

The comments we’re disabled on this video btw which could indicate a very spirited exchange.  (not definitely though)

Here is a bit more on Dr. Ronald Mallett from wikipedia and he is quite an interesting person:

Time travel research

“In Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, both matter and energy can create a gravitational field. This means that the energy of a light beam can produce a gravitational field. My current research considers both the weak and strong gravitational fields produced by a single continuously circulating unidirectional beam of light. In the weak gravitational field of an unidirectional ring laser, it is predicted that a spinning neutral particle, when placed in the ring, is dragged around by the resulting gravitational field.”

I do not know if he is right or not but outside the box thinking is always interesting to read and watch.



  1. Marco Antonio Palacios said:

    How would anyone know to look for the message. And if someone did receive such a message, wouldn’t there be a ups or fedex confirming it just like Back To The Future?

  2. Marco Antonio Palacios said:

    Why not search for these up and down spinning neutrons he’s creating with these circular lasers he speaks of? If he’s doing it now he knows this so he will continue to do it. With a specific message over and over. Search now and prove your theory! I once made a laser Spirograph out of four spinning lasers. Wow! I wonder what silly messages I sent! Speak to me grandpa!