Times slip tunnel similar to Bold St London is found in China

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if it was possible to know when, and where a times slip is going to happen that would have been tested already we just have to wait and find out, it also depends on how far back or forward you send that text, for example if you go to the future the person you sent the text to could probably get it at that time but right when you go back is like you never sent it to them even though you did in the future but if you go back let's say a week they would have seen the text a week ago even though you sent it like 5 minutes ago, it's irrelevant really, if you go back 20 years the text will not be sent and you will have to try again when you go back to your time.
 
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damn, why does GuiZhou have to be so far away from the areas I frequent in China! Will have to go through this someday. Probably just a cell-phone system glitch anyway, but would make great practical joke material for the unknowing passenger...
 
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Car Tunnel in China Allows You Travel Back in Time [Video]

Now what happen if send your TXT when you see the phone clock turn back time?
I set my phone to the year 2038 to see if my phone was susceptible to the 2038 time glitch. I received a text while it was set to this date in the future. As I continued the conversation, the message received in 2038 continually jumped to the front of the text thread, as if it were the most recent message (afterall, it was dated 24 years in the future).

And that's all that happens. Nothing exciting.

Moz

P.S. My phone is free of the 2038 issue.
 

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Mybe because the modern people doesn't know that mechanical watches exist? :) I have one old russian watch at my age averagly, but... it works. It remains only the problem where from I will find money to go to China :)
 
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Every report on this situation regards only cellphone clocks being set back. The explanation is pretty simple. A "test" with a mechanical watch is unnecessary because such a watch will be unaffected.

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Cellphones are set to auto-update the time and date. This information is provided by whichever tower your phone is connecting to at any given time.

For some reason, near the tunnel, cellphones sometimes briefly connect to a tower that is set to an hour earlier. After leaving about a mile from the area, the phones reconnect to a properly set tower.

I've noticed a similar phenomenon when traveling near the Eastern and Central timezone border; my phone can switch several times back and forth an hour.

It's nothing complicated.

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Cellphones are set to auto-update the time and date. This information is provided by whichever tower your phone is connecting to at any given time.

For some reason, near the tunnel, cellphones sometimes briefly connect to a tower that is set to an hour earlier. After leaving about a mile from the area, the phones reconnect to a properly set tower.

I've noticed a similar phenomenon when traveling near the Eastern and Central timezone border; my phone can switch several times back and forth an hour.

It's nothing complicated.

Moz
you are ALMOST correct in your theory. Time zones are never in 10 minute increments. Mine flipped today when I was in Mexico, which where I am is unequivocally Central Time. My phone flipped back and forth a few times for no apparent reason, but not in 10 minute increments. But I am sure a programming glitch could account for the 10-minute offset, easily
 
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you are ALMOST correct in your theory. Time zones are never in 10 minute increments. Mine flipped today when I was in Mexico, which where I am is unequivocally Central Time. My phone flipped back and forth a few times for no apparent reason, but not in 10 minute increments. But I am sure a programming glitch could account for the 10-minute offset, easily
I didn't ever mention 10 minute intervals.
 

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Every report on this situation regards only cellphone clocks being set back. The explanation is pretty simple. A "test" with a mechanical watch is unnecessary because such a watch will be unaffected.

Moz

You stated that a mechanical watch will be unaffected as an absolute fact.

1. Have you been there and conducted experiments to prove absolutely that mechanical watches will be unaffected?
2. Are you a geologist or have knowledge of the geological composition where the tunnel is located?

It is entirely possible that the material surrounding that tunnel can indeed affect electronic and mechanical devices, especially if the area is heavy with a mineral such as magnetite.
 
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You stated that a mechanical watch will be unaffected as an absolute fact.

1. Have you been there and conducted experiments to prove absolutely that mechanical watches will be unaffected?
2. Are you a geologist or have knowledge of the geological composition where the tunnel is located?

It is entirely possible that the material surrounding that tunnel can indeed affect electronic and mechanical devices, especially if the area is heavy with a mineral such as magnetite.
We needn't go to such extremes in order to make a decisive conclusion.

(a) Every single report about this tunnel that you can find only references cellphone clocks being set back. There is no mention of, for example, the digital clocks inside the cars themselves being affected. Additionally, one can presume that somebody in China wears a watch, but not a single thing mentions that wristwatches are being affected.

Seeing as that would make the stories more exciting, if there were something to report on these items, they certainly would be mentioned.

Therefore, it is safe to surmise that only cellphones are affected.

(b) The cellphones are only being set an hour back; never any other interval. This strongly corroborates the idea that cellphones are simply being directed to a different tower when going through the tunnel if they update while passing through.

Based on these two points, it is very safe to conclude that mechanical watches will not be affected by passing through the tunnel. They do not update using the information from a cell tower. Mystery solved.

Moz
 

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I would like to know what brand of cell phone is being used that still works inside of a tunnel. THAT is a mystery all by itself.

The answer was already provided in the article linked in the first post by Servant X :

"....the mountain is actually an alien spaceship, which the Chinese authorities are trying to hide by placing a mountain over the top and a tunnel through the middle. "

There you go, now the mystery is solved.
 

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And ... how will you make a sound conclusion without proves?

Moz is right. IF there was an actual 'time slip', then the clock's in the car's ( and digital watches ) would reflect the 1 hour difference - not just the cell phones.

With a vehicle traveling from one side of a mountain, through a tunnel, to the other side of the mountain, seems reasonable that the signal would switch to a different tower. The time difference, as seen in the cell phones, also could be an issue caused when the signals of the two towers are interacting with each other inside the tunnel.

Time Zone difference doesn't work though, there is only one time zone in China.

IF there is a geological effect, as with a large deposit of magnetite, and mechanical clocks are affected, still doesn't prove that a 'time slip' exists.

Admittedly, everything I presented above are guesses.

The only way I could make the best guess would be to travel to the tunnel in China ( wee, fun, NOT ) and conduct various experiments . However, since there are too many reasonable explanations on the table, unless one has an lots of money and free time, is it worth the trip ?

Anybody find this tunnel on google maps ? I looked and couldn't find it.
 

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Admittedly, everything I presented above are guesses. The only way I could make the best guess would be to travel to the tunnel in China ( wee, fun, NOT ) and conduct various experiments . However, since there are too many reasonable explanations on the table, unless one has an lots of money and free time, is it worth the trip ?
So, after all, experimental confirmation is needed :) Is there someone here from China? Someone, who lives close to the tunnel will be able to conduct the experiments without loosing lots of money and free time.
 

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Science can be dogmatic in some terms. Even obvious things should be proved or disproved before taking them for granted. I do not consider myself a big scientist, but even though, in order to say it once and for all what is it, you have to research it. It can be a wrong tower clock, or it can be some (electro)magnetic field, that causes temporary disturbances of the smartphone, or it may appear something else, that is did or didn't get in your mind.
 
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Perhaps the difference between us is that I find the evidence is sufficient to prove, beyond any doubt, that my explanation is correct. There is no more evidence needed to establish that this is simply a matter of cell tower confusion.

Now, if you want to establish any other theory, such as a magnetic field, or a time slip, you do need MUCH more evidence and would need to take a trip to this tunnel.

However, I needn't disprove every hypothetical option to establish that my theory is the correct one, and therefore I have no need to go do any experiments with this tunnel.

Moz
 

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So, after all, experimental confirmation is needed :) Is there someone here from China? Someone, who lives close to the tunnel will be able to conduct the experiments without loosing lots of money and free time.

Someone here from China ? Not that I know of seivtcho.
.... Answer me this....
How come digital watches and the clocks of the vehicles are not reflecting a difference in time ?
How come the odometers aren't moving back to where they were an hour before the vehicles went through the tunnel ?
If you read the explanation that precedes the video, do you believe the claim that there is an alien space ship that the Chinese government built a mountain on top of to hide it ?

That the Chinese tunnel has time traveling effects, highly unlikely. There are too many 'reasonable' explanations, and other issues that don't support the claim.

Now, are there regions where there might be Temporal Anomalies? One area that has my attention is located in the Trinity Bay area of Texas. That involves Telluric Currents and possible Temporal Folds. BUT, that is a different topic for a different thread.
 
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So, after all, experimental confirmation is needed :) Is there someone here from China? Someone, who lives close to the tunnel will be able to conduct the experiments without loosing lots of money and free time.
not sure if you all can handle the suspense, but I'm moving to China this coming January.
 

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not sure if you all can handle the suspense, but I'm moving to China this coming January.

Eh, reporting back to us after December 31st, 2014 might be a problem. But, when you drive through the tunnel, take one of these too. The one pictured is what I use for ghost hunting, but, should work for time tunnels too.