An Iranian government scientist claims to have invented a real, working time machine–the latest in a list of wild inventions from the country with no basis in reality. But that got Anthony thinking… is time travel possible?
“The Iranian Time Machine”
“A 27-year-old Iranian scientist named Ali Razeghi has invented a machine that can predict your life five to eight years into the future.”
“Iranian scientist claims to have invented ‘time machine'”
“An Iranian businessman claims to have mastered time with a machine that allows users to fast forward up to eight years into the future.”
“Iran’s New ‘Super’ Stealth Fighter Jet Is Totally Fake”
“It’s a made-in-Iran, “super advanced,” radar “evading” military jet, prepared to unleash hell upon the regime’s many enemies. “State-of-the-art technologies,” Iran claimed! “Modern defense achievements,” too! Only there’s now one major problem: Aviation experts say this plane can’t even fly.”
In an Iranian Image, a Missile Too Many
“As news spread across the world of Iran’s provocative missile tests, so did an image of four missiles heading skyward in unison. Unfortunately, it appeared to contain one too many missiles, a point that had not emerged before the photo was used on the front pages of The Los Angeles Times, The Financial Times, The Chicago Tribune and several other newspapers as well as on BBC News, MSNBC, Yahoo! News, NYTimes.com and many other major news Web sites.”
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