- Jan 23, 2010
So what? I can travel into the future too, at a rate of one second per second.
Lol, that's the first thing I thought of- Basically, to summarize this news story, Iranian "scientist" smokes metric shitton of weapons grade hashish then watches pirated copy of Paycheck. Nothing to see here.-Ezio- said:so. he's created that machine from the movie paycheck? I'm sure that'll end well.
Lmao, along with thinking of that movie Paycheck, this idea came up also, although I think there's a deathmetal band that already came up with this invention.BlackStar42 said:So what? I can travel into the future too, at a rate of one second per second.
Praise be to Howard Tayler and his illustrated work of awesome.LordLundar said:I do think it's entirely possible. Just like in this comic:
This line alone sounds like a late-night infomercial. "How much would you expect to pay for this device? $500? $400? I'm practically giving it away for 3 easy payments of $19.99!" - cue mandatory Iranian audience applause.Andy Chalk said:"The Americans are trying to make this invention by spending millions of dollars on it where I have already achieved it by a fraction of the cost."
Wow, I didn't catch that either. I had forgotten about that scene in Timecop. My first look at the image I thought that was Christian Bale and didn't even wonder why you had used that picture - but lol yeah, I think you're showing our your age...Andy Chalk said:Seriously?
I know the movie, I was asking why you chose a picture that was showing off Van Damme's ass.Andy Chalk said:
So.....Did he test it? Did it predict that no one would believe him?The Telegraph caused a stir Wednesday with a story about a young Tehran-based scientist, Ali Razeghi, and an invention he calls "The Aryayek Time Traveling Machine." Reportedly something of a mad scientist, Razeghi claimed the device, which "easily fits into the size of a personal computer case," can predict with 98-percent accuracy the future five to eight years of an individual's life.
Gee, what a noble cause. It's not like we have ultrasound.When asked whether he was worried the machine might cause problems, he said he envisions it used selectively, to tell a couple the future sex of their child, for example.
You can actually thank Grey for that. I was going to use the Timecop cover but he suggested I use a shot of the classic Van Damme splits maneuver - and once that came up, it was obvious that nothing else would do.WanderingFool said:I know the movie, I was asking why you chose a picture that was showing off Van Damme's ass.