Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Future Day: Anatomy of a Hoax

This awesome hoax gives me a perfect opportunity to geek out, so I will jump right on top of it.

#1 - This shot floating around the internet is a hoax



#2 - In Back to the Future II, Marty goes to 2015. That's right, in the first one, he goes 30 years back; in the second, 30 years forward. They even discuss this later.

#3 - This screen shot doesn't even come from Part II. Pay close attention to PRESENT TIME and LAST TIME DEPARTED. Notice how one is only 2 minutes ahead of the other. This comes from the scene in Part I right after Doc Brown sends Einstein 2 minutes ahead in time.

#4 - What's that you say? Maybe July 6, 2010 is somehow referenced in Part 1. WRONG. As soon as I saw this, I popped in my roommate's DVD and checked it. Doc Brown inputs

July 4, 1776 - The signing of the Declaration of Independence
December 25, 0000 - The birth of Christ
November 5, 1955 - The night Doc Brown slipped on the toilet and invented time travel

There you go, debunked. Sorry to burst your bubbles. See you in 2015.

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2 Comments:

OpenID realitytvtroy said...

I worry about Doc's credentials if he's inputting Dec 25, 0000 as the birth of Christ.

-Troy

July 6, 2010 at 4:19 PM  
Blogger Daroff said...

Cut him some slack. It was way back in 1985 when we didn't know shit about anything.

July 6, 2010 at 4:23 PM  

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