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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

WATCH: Time Traveling Woman Using A Cellphone Captured In 1938

WATCH: Time Traveling Woman Holding A Cellphone Captured In 1938

There is a video that was uploaded in Youtube 4 years ago. It is a video of a woman using a cellphone in the year 1938! There are claims that the nature of the footage was finally debunked but the explanations are not that convincing. Even skeptics are convinced that this video is the most authentic evidence of time travel.

WATCH: Time Traveling Woman Holding A Cellphone Captured In 1938

The debunking was only performed by a Youtube commenteer named Planetcheck. He claimed that his grandmom is the woman with the cellphone in the video. The official press release of mainstream media outlets glorify Planetcheck's claim and they convince the public that Planetcheck is telling the truth.

WATCH: Time Traveling Woman Holding A Cellphone Captured In 1938
"She was 17 years old,""I asked her about this video and she remembers it quite clearly. She says Dupont had a telephone communications section in the factory. They were experimenting with wireless telephones. Gertrude and five other women were given these wireless phones to test out for a week. Gertrude is talking to one of the scientists holding another wireless phone who is off to her right as she walks by."

YouTube Account named Planetcheck
Planetcheck's claims attracted dozens of detractors. They believe that Planetcheck is merely bluffing. Strangely, mainstream media outlets like Daily Mail, Yahoo News and among others accept Planetcheck's obviously fabricated comments. Planetcheck also claimed that Dupont Co. led the research to make a small portable phone. He even claimed that the prototype of the phone is currently stored on glass case at their own residence. Planetcheck stressed out how Dupont suppressed the technology because it is too advanced and ahead of its time.

WATCH: Time Traveling Woman Holding A Cellphone Captured In 1938

He also gave a lengthy description regarding the specifications of the phone:
"It is light brown and made of Bakelite material. It is about 5 inches long and 3 inches wide. It has small buttons on the inside of the phone. The numbers are nearly worn out. They go from 0 to 9. It has the words Dupont Co. on the bottom of the phone. It weighs about a half a pound. The phone is sealed away in a glass box and has not been touched for many years. I have held the box though and am always amazed that this phone was around in 1938 making wireless calls."
WATCH: Time Traveling Woman Holding A Cellphone Captured In 1938

YouTubers find Planetcheck's claims as far fetched and there is a high probability that he is merely bluffing. It is interesting to note that the first available cellphone was made available for the general public on March 1983. The first prototype was developed a decade before its release. No substantial evidence suggesting that Dupont.Co made a prototype of a cellphone, only Planetcheck's claim will back up the existence of such device. Is Gertrude really a time traveler with an advanced cellphone? It will be left for the reader to decide.


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