Charlie Chaplin Time Travel Debate Continues

October 29th, 2010 - 7:37 pm ICT by GD  

By Gina Gomez
charlie-chaplinOct 29, (THAINDIAN NEWS) People are straining their minds in an effort to come up with a theory that will provide a rational explanation to a bizarre incident that points out the possibility of the phenomenon called time travel. The debate arose after a YouTube video posting that shows a scene from a Charlie Chaplin film in which a woman is seen walking across a street and talking in what appears to be a cell phone. The discovery was made by George Clarke, an Irish filmmaker who is a fan of Charlie Chaplin. It was he who first suggested the idea of the woman being a time traveler.

The video footage in YouTube is played in a slow motion to show a woman talking with her hands close to her ears. A position similar to those using a cell phone nowadays. However, cell phones were invented many decades after Charlie Chaplin’s “Circus” in 1928. The video has given rise to many theories that suggest that perhaps the film wanted to show the government as already having a cell phone in their possession. Others suggests that it may have been some form of hearing device of that era.

George Clarke however, continues to stress that the woman was a time traveler and has said that no one touched their face in the 1920’s. He argues that the concept of face touching did not appear till the 1980’s and even then it was big bulky exaggerated touching and not the small discreet touching that is seen today. He concludes that the only rational explanation is that she was from the future.

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