Born on January 3, 2003 in Stockholm, Sweden, Greta Thunberg is a Swedish climate change activist who has become famous, or some would say infamous, for her emotional speeches and outspoken views.
“You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words…” Greta can be heard in her internationally known speech from September 2019 calling out world leaders over climate change.
Greta is known worldwide, but how well do we really know the little girl who is insistent on fixing the Earth’s climate (whether or not she’s right is another matter entirely)?
A new theory is out that will knock your socks off, but it’s pretty out there to say the least. If those who are currently pushing this theory are correct, Greta may not be who she seems she is, believe it or not.
“People are going absolutely mental…"
Is Greta Thunberg from this Earth? From this dimension that we call home? From this particular time and space?
These might be strange questions to ask, but they are gaining a lot of traction lately as people gaze at the strangeness of a new photo that has called Greta’s entire identity and place-of-origin into question.
The questions are stemming from a photo of Little Miss Thunberg from the Canadian Yukon during the gold rush more than 120 years ago. The photo in question is said to be from 1897 to 1899, and some believe it is evidence that Greta Thunberg is…(I hope you’re sitting down for this one, folks)…Capable of traveling through time.
Upon the picture and clip below being shown on social media, it immediately went viral and sparked a flood of comments on Facebook and other social media with everybody sharing their theories on who exactly the person in the photo could possibly be, and if it may be Greta.
The girl in the photo appears to be working on panning gold while wearing a traditional pioneer style uniform in the Yukon, as shared by the YouTube channel ArtAlienTV.
“A lot of people are saying, oh my God, that’s reincarnation, it’s modern time travel…"
Another commenter on Facebook seemed to be focused on the girl’s facial structure and how it relates to Greta herself in the year 2020.
“There’s only so many genes/molds of faces, there’s look-a-likes of us, all over the planet," she said.
“A lot of people have reacted quite weirdly to this, it’s all over different Facebook groups…" the host also adds.
Check out the full report from the channel here:
Time Travel Really is Possible; Perhaps it is Greta After All
According to professor of physics at the University of California at Santa Barbara Gary T. Horowitz, time travel really is possible.
“Perhaps surprisingly, this turns out to be a subtle question. It is not obviously ruled out by our current laws of nature. Recent investigations into this question have provided some evidence that the answer is no, but it has not yet been proven to be impossible."
Another leading researcher in this area, William A. Hiscock, a professor of physics at Montana State University, broke it all down by segmented aspects.
“Is it possible to travel through time? To answer this question, we must be a bit more specific about what we mean by traveling through time. Discounting the everyday progression of time, the question can be divided into two parts: Is it possible, within a short time (less than a human life span), to travel into the distant future? And is it possible to travel into the past?
“Our current understanding of fundamental physics tells us that the answer to the first question is a definite yes, and to the second, maybe," he said to Scientific American.
If you’re wondering about whether we may be close to a modern day Marty McFly or maybe even Rick and Morty from the cartoon series building time machines, the answer may surprise you.
“How could one build a time machine? The simplest way currently being discussed is to take a wormhole (a tunnel connecting spatially separated regions of space-time) and give one mouth of the wormhole a substantial velocity with respect to the other. Passage through the wormhole would then allow travel to the past."
And there you have it…Depending on your view on climate change, Greta may be a time traveler from the past who is here to save us (or not). At the end of the day quantum physics is real too, so it’s up to you what you choose to believe.