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‘Time Warp’ Near Las Vegas
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tinybighuh  Really?
Quote:Paranormal Investigator Claims To Find ‘Time Warp’ Near Las Vegas
Soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo, What Happens in Vegas Stays in vegas or Not?  tinysurprised

Quote:LAS VEGAS (CBS LOCAL) — Apparently what happens in Vegas, may not actually stay in Vegas.

A paranormal researcher named Joshua Warren claims he is the first person to ever discover a time warp, which he found near the city. Warren said he has been measuring the rate of time all over in areas between Las Vegas and the top secret Air Force site known as Area 51. Last week he found a spot in the desert just north of Vegas where he claims time has slowed down.

Using what’s known as a “differential time rate meter,” also known as a “DT meter,” he claimed that for the first time ever he was able to record a measurement showing time had been slowing down for 20 microseconds — something that laws of physics prove should not occur.

“That shouldn’t happen unless there is some kind of unknown technology being tested nearby that would influence the environment, or if there are naturally places around planet earth that actually sort of flicker once in a while, that warp a little bit,” Warren told KVVU-TV.
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20 Microseconds isn't all that much!
But I would say the Unknow Tech being tested is the best answer, or,,,,,, he forgot to use New Batteries!!!
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Quote:20 Microseconds isn't all that much!

But I would say the Unknow Tech being tested is the best answer, or,,,,,, he forgot to use New Batteries!!!
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There's all kinds of underground bases out there, so I'm going with the tech testing theory.  If it's his batteries, he needs to switch to the Energizer. 

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So, how do you "measure the rate of time" out in the desert?
and what is a "differential time rate meter"?

I thought that you could only detect different rates of time by having TWO synchronised and VERY accurate timepieces, one at a control site and one at the test site (or on the test craft...) and then comparing the two after any experiment or test?

Anyway, you can in theory slow down the rate of time by the application of a very strong gravity wave/beam.
I think we touched on it in another thread?? (A lit candle placed in a high energy gravity beam will stop (in time) and won't burn down any further, but still gives off light!! Proving that light exists independent of time...)

I doubt that the researcher has the capability and tech to detect a 20 nanosecond "warp" in time, but if he does then... maybe they're testing gravity beam weapons or drive technologies on one of the bases out there?

Great story (if true!).

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Maybe he stopped to make love to his wife-------twice   minusculebiggrin
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BIAD said he knew someone called Mike Roe-Seconds... and his Nanny.
But it could be he's just an idiot.
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I've scoured the internet for any information about a 'differential time rate meter' and it
doesn't look good. This maybe is a 'Man-bites-Dog' story for feel-goods.
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Found this info, hope it helps

Quote: Researcher Discovers ‘Time Warp’ Near Las Vegas
Brett TingleyJune 28, 2018



It’s just a jump to the left. And then a step to the right. With your hands on your hips. You bring your knees in tight. But it’s the pelvic thrust that really drives you insane. And leads you to believe you have detected a micro-sized “time warp” hiding in the Nevada desert. Noted paranormal researcher, author, and host of the the A&E Psychic Cruise Joshua P. Warren says he has found a location north of Las Vegas in which time actually slows down. Is this proof of some type of higher metaphysical mysteries?
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Depends on your definition of “proof.” KVVU-TV in Las Vegas reports that Warren made the discovery using a gizmo called a DT Meter, or differential time rate mater. Warren says the device was created by a Silicon Valley engineer named Ron Heath, who has no discernible presence on the internet. The device apparently consists of a 100-foot cable with a sensor on one end. The device sends a signal down the length of the cable and measures the time it takes to reach the other end; theoretically, the device can detect small perturbations or differences in the speed of time itself.
[Image: kinect-570x357.jpg]At least it wasn’t an Xbox camera.
Warren says that using the device allowed him to detect a spot in which time slows down – imperceptible to the human consciousness, but enough for his gadget to detect:
Quote:At this spot, on June 18 of 2018, I actually measured for the first and only time, time itself slowing down for 20 microseconds. The weird thing, the real holy grail here, was what we picked up with this brand-new piece of technology. That signal is always supposed to travel at the same rate of time at any particular place. The only way that could change is if a black hole approached earth or something like that, which is never supposed to happen.
Of course, the more likely explanation is that the DT Meter, whatever it may be, malfunctioned. Warren stands by his assessment of this “time warp,” though, especially given its proximity to infamous spooky locations such as Area 51 or Bigelow Aerospace:
Quote:I think it’s really interesting when you consider that this site where we got this reading, showing this time anomaly, also happens to be one of the most popular UFO hotspots in the area. The big question at this point is not whether or not we have these anomalies, but what’s causing them? Is this something natural that gives us a window a gateway into another world or another level of reality? Or is this the byproduct of some kind of weird technology, be it something secret and man-made or something that’s extraterrestrial?
Or could it be simply that some snake oil salesman selling gullible “researchers” a bit of repurposed garden hose and Christmas lights might have sold yet another “paranormal research” gizmo which does little except light up and emit boops and beeps? Still, the idea of a time anomaly is interesting given that there are known areas on Earth in which gravity behaves differently. Could a real “time warp” be possible through some time of tiny, localized wormhole? Could this be what causes so much weirdness in the Las Vegas desert? Or might all that sun play tricks on people’s minds?
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@Wallfire 
That is Interesting.
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(06-29-2018, 12:02 PM)Wallfire Wrote: ...The device apparently consists of a 100-foot cable with a sensor on one end. The device sends a signal down the length of the cable and measures the time it takes to reach the other end; theoretically, the device can detect small perturbations or differences in the speed of time itself...

hmmm... the time it takes a signal to travel down a cable and back can be affected by many different things.

A variation in the signal supply voltage used can cause changes in signal velocity.
A variation in the frequency of the signal itself can cause changes in its velocity.
Passing the cable through a magnetic field can cause changes in signal velocity.
Changes in temperature can even cause changes in signal velocity.

If his "detector" was set up and tested in an air conditioned lab and then used out in the desert to actually get the results then there could be a measurable slow down of the signal, simply due to the temperature variation!

From: https://www.teachengineering.org/lessons...f_lesson02

Quote:Temperature affects how electricity flows through an electrical circuit by changing the speed at which the electrons travel. This is due to an increase in resistance of the circuit that results from an increase in temperature.

But... how fast does his pretty assistant travel?
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Smells like bullshit to me... but the only way to really evaluate the claim would be to know all the steps in his "experiments" and the construction of his device. 20ms really isn't a very big warp, and could conceivably be caused just by moving the device from one place to another at varying speeds.

In other words, Warren's "time warp" could just be an artifact of poor experimental design and control.


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(06-29-2018, 06:17 PM)Ninurta Wrote: ...In other words, Warren's "time warp" could just be an artifact of poor experimental design and control.

My money's on poor instruments. As you say, the difference is too small to be evidence.
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