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Andrew Carlssin who was reportedly arrested in January 2003 for SEC violations for making 126 high-risk stock trades and being successful on every one. As reported, Carlssin started with an initial investment of $800 and ended with over $350,000,000, which drew the attention of the SEC. Later reports suggest that after his arrest, he submitted a four-hour confession wherein he claimed to be a time traveler from 200 years in the future. He offered to tell investigators such things as the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden and the cure for AIDS in return for a lesser punishment and to be allowed to return to his time craft, although he refused to tell investigators the location or workings of his craft. Narrated By My Friend - Shanti Universe https://www.youtube.com/user/shantiuniverse
Do you know Andrew Carlssin , the alleged time-traveler? if you don't, please search on the net to know more ! The story claims that the FBI have arrested a Wall Street wizard named Andrew Carlssin, on insider-trading charges. The FBI claims that with an initial investment of only $800, Carlssin built a personal fortune worth over $350 million in just two weeks in 2003 start after this The FBI initially detained him in January 2003! So I did spend some time to build system or ea that can proof that man was very smart man and he was do only the right trade no more i did start with 800$ and i did start test on the some time from 01/01/2003 to 15/01/2003 for GBPUSD & EURUSD at end i did make crazy system that can make very very good profit and i did get the some result as he did made in th...
From a possible newly discovered time traveler, to the infamous time traveling hipster, these are 11 Possible Cases of TIME TRAVEL ! Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv 6. The Man from Taured In 1954 a man who could speak French as his first language and Japanese as his 2nd language arrived at Tokyo International Airport. When he handed off his passport to be stamped, it shocked the Japanese officials. The passport looked as if it were real but with one strange twist: it said he was from a country that didn’t exist, called Taured. When the authorities didn’t understand they made him point to a map and he pointed to the small nation of Andorra between France and Spain. He claimed to have never heard of Andorra before and it was even stranger that his passport was covered in Vi...
Lost luggage is every traveler's worst nightmare. But an array of new devices and services aim to help fliers keep tracks of bags. WSJ's Midseat Columnist Scott McCartney reviews Trakdot, LugLoc and the Bluesmart bag. Photo/Video: Denise Blostein/The Wall Street Journal
Don't forget to hit Subscribe. Join our slow-travel journey around the world – Almost daily travel vids + food + digital nomad podcasts. Remy graduated from MIT in Boston, MA with a Masters in programming (one of the most prestigious technology schools in America..) then worked in finance in New York. Needless to say he's broken free of the system. Now he's an entrepreneur working remotely making money online while traveling the world. Including all over Asia and Europe. He works remotely for a technology startup based in Boston and is also an online 'passive income' entrepreneur / investor. He's also a fitness beast. https://www.instagram.com/remymock/ Goes without mentioning guys, but he read The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss before starting this adventure. So check that out if y...
1.- Young Vladimir Putin in nazi holocaust. 2.- Barack Obama travel to Victorian era. 3.- Swiss watch in ancient chinesse pyramid. 4.- US nickel penny coin from 2067. 5.-Von Helton, time traveler photos from 1800's to present day. 6.- Neanderthal skull with gunshot. 7.- Alexandria Alexis, the woman who traveled from the year 2025 back to 1898. 8.- Astronaut sculpture in ancient spain cathedral from 1100's. 9.- Stegosaurus sculpture in ancient building. 10.- 1918 newspaper clipping confirms time traveler's death. OUT OF PLACE ARTIFACTS ? PART 2: https://youtu.be/LQwmvQY26e8 You want more proofs? please SUBSCRIBE for more videos like this. SOON, the part 2.
The Montauk Project was a series of secret United States government projects conducted at Camp Hero or Montauk Air Force Station on Montauk, Long Island for the purpose of developing psychological warfare techniques and exotic research including time travel. Jacques Vallée describes allegations of the Montauk Project as an outgrowth of stories about the Philadelphia Experiment.
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Scott McCartney on Lunch Break shares his favorite simple travel tips. Put a shoe you wear when flying into the room safe with your passport so you'll never leave the passport behind when you leave. Tear off little paper with the room number when you check into a hotel and keep it handy so you don't have to remember. Print boarding passes in advance to claim your seat and reduce chances of getting bumped. We discuss the perils of calling home from a business trip when you're having fun and your spouse is ankle deep in diapers, proper prep for TSA body scanners, tips on cash aboard and why you should ribbon your black suitcase and put a business card inside.
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In just over two decades, Steven A. Cohen has amassed a gigantic fortune: a sprawling 35,000-square-foot mansion on Connecticut's gold coast; a $62-million beach house in the Hamptons, and several New York apartments, including a $115-million mid-town duplex - all of them furnished with some of the world's most expensive art. How did he do it? From small-time options trader to King of Wall Street hedge fund managers, FRONTLINE investigates Cohen and his company, SAC Capital, and other Wall Street characters with never-before-seen video and incriminating FBI wiretaps. The film is a taut crime drama with a cast of colorful characters: from cheating traders with their "Mr. Whisper" sources to some of the most respected figures in American business. To date, the government has convicted 76 peo...
Historians and archaeologist worldwide are digging up evidence that indicates ancient humans had advanced knowledge in ways modern humanity are struggling to imagine... Music by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/ Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Ancient Technology narrated by Jody Baxmeyer https://www.linkedin.com/pub/jody-baxmeyer/2b/271/827 Time travel narrated by Jerry Liu https://www.youtube.com/user/JerryLiuFilms
Sam Polk was making millions on Wall Street when he had a life-changing revelation: he wanted to help those in need. His focus became so-called "food deserts," regions with limited access to healthy food. Polk founded Everytable to serve nutritious meals at minimal prices for low-income populations, but higher prices for customers who can afford them. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports.