David Anderson’s Space Time Travel Theory

David Anderson

In the last days, one of my visitors asked my opinion about David Anderson’s space-time travel theory. Indeed, this was a very good question for me and I wanted to tell you a few things about his area of studies.

Who is David Anderson?

He is a great mind and physicist who is interested in space-time physics and special relativity. He founded the David AndersonAnderson Institute and he reveals some of the experiments carried out involving time travel.

David Anderson was also the president of the Anderson Institute. He has published more than thirty articles and video lectures on space time physics and time control theology.

David Anderson’ s Truths

He mentioned that time travel is possible. In one of his interviews, he talks about the experiments where Andrew Basiago was involved with the Project Pegasus during his childhood. For those not aware, this project was set up to investigate time travel and Basiago has revealed he traveled backward and forwards in time.

Of course, this is not the only experiment that was made. David Anderson mentions some ‘time wrapper field’ they have used in the Anderson Institute for sending plants and object into the future and in the past.

Also, the next step is to send animals and who knows, maybe people?

You are maybe asking, is there a need for a huge amount of energy for generating this field?

Anderson has said they have discovered that this field actually requires a lot of energy. Once they have activated the field, however, more power goes into the field from the rotation of the earth than what is given out. He stated that the rotation of the Earth itself would generate the required amount of energy needed.

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I will tell you now about some experiments which have been made in this area over time and provide some evidence that time travel is possible.

The Philadelphia Experiment

One of the most famous experiments is the Philadelphia Experiment which took place in 1943. Using Einstein’s unified field theory, the US Navy wanted to make a ship undetectable to radar. The USS Eldridge became invisible but as we know every action is followed by an opposite reaction.

This experiment was a success from the scientific point of view but a lot of people died. From 181 crew, only 21 survived and most of them also died shortly later. 40 people also died during the experiment and 120 never come back.

The Montauk Experiment

Another fascinating experiment is The Montauk Experiment. Using the same technology as the Philadelphia Experiment but on a larger scale, was carried out in 1970 in the underground of the Montauk Air Force Station on Long Island, It is said that even today experiments are still being carried out there, but there is no concrete evidence of this.

This experiment is said to have been for the development of psychological war techniques and other areas of study including time travel.

Talking about these and many other secret experiments, Doctor Anderson was said to have disappeared around 2010. Some sources said that he is alive and well in India, and some are still asking where is David Anderson?

Do you have any thoughts on this?

Is It All A Myth?

What do you think? Do you still think that traveling in time is only a science fiction story?

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Rotation Of The EarthWhat do you think about Anderson’s ‘Time Wrapper Theory’ using the rotation of the earth?

There is a lot of evidence that time travelers were visiting the earth millions or even billions of years ago.

Did you know that a modern shoe print was discovered imprinted in stone more than 200 million years old?

Did you know that metallic spheres were discovered in South Africa made by man but 2 billion years before?

All these things make us think that Anderson was right with his theories.

Anderson came with fresh ideas about time control and time travel that were later used for the development of the time reactor systems for energy production.

Of course, I will not bombard you with technological and scientific details but for those who are interested, I will make a review of his book “Time Travel – Journey into Time “soon.

I will also try to bring you some video material to explain Anderson’s theories. In the past, he seemed to have problems with getting permission to release them so this may take a little more time.

So is time travel reality or fiction?

Thank you for reading and if you have some ideas or information, please let me a comment.

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Cristina Boros
I have always been interested in time travel. From a very young age I was forever watching movies that would take me back in time.

I would love to hear from all of you who are also interested in this subject. Movies? Science? Book? Literature?

Whatever your interest is, I would love to meet you.


  1. Matt

    Thanks or this. it was a really interesting read. I don’t pretend to be the smartest guy in the world, so it is nice to have someone explain things simply. I have a question that has bugged me before. Seeing as how Earth is travelling through space all the time, it isn’t static in one place, would a time machine not also have to be a teleportation machine? If not, and we travel back in time, wouldn’t we be at where Earth was in our time, not where it is in the time we arrive? If that makes sense. This has always bugged me. Any suggested reading?

    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      you know .. this is the vast subject that I promise I will cover it in my next article but is suppose that the time travel is instantaneous but for more information .. soon

  2. Effie

    Hi there! This is a wonderful article and I really enjoyed reading. I am a big fan of the mysteries and the unknown experiments that have been made through the years, including time travel. What I believe is that nothing is impossible. And this is science. You believe that everything is possible to happen until you can prove wrong. Although I find those experiments kind of cruel for humans and humanity, they give us some light of what is out there.
    Thank you for this post!

    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      you are perfectly right and I agree that was cruel 🙁 but we learnt a lot. .I will try to find more for you and i am sure you will be surprised how many things we don t know.

  3. Andrew

    This is a really fascinating subject. I have read about the experiments and the theories before but you have an excellent way of explaining things in simple terms. I find it very interesting that the rotation of the earth could generate enough energy to power a time travelling experiment. I don’t know if it would be possible or not, but I for one would be up for volunteering to try it out! I would love to go back in time!

    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      Me too i would be the first volunteer:))) thank you for your comment and I try to make it simple because we are not scientists 🙂 people want to know what happened it simple words:))

  4. Rick Ng

    Thanks Cristina for this information. Very interesting read for me. Seriously, I doubt we can time travel. 🙂 I am definitely no expert in this field, not a single bit. 🙂 I imagine that if we can really time travel, what is it like? Am I like watching a television program or movie of myself? Or I will be fainted, then wake up forget about what I have been through if I go back to my past? Anyway, if this become true, that’s definitely a good thing, but I think the world will be in chaos.

    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      yes it will be a chaos , this is the reason we are not informed with the real information. In a way I think is good beacause if we knew how to do it… a lot of problems. But i found it fascinating.

  5. Anh Nguyen


    I’m always interested in paranormal phenomenons and that includes time travel. In my opinion, I don’t think time travel is a probable, unless there are actual proofs.

    If you go back to the past, for example, the people who are supposed to be dead may be alive, and things from the past might change drastically with one small different move. It’s very weird as that means a whole chunk of the present will “disappear”.

    Then again, I haven’t heard of a modern shoe print was discovered imprinted in stone more than 200 million years old. Would love to hear more about that.

    Thanks for sharing,

    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      normal is not allowed to change anything or to interfere with anybody otherwise, we can make a paradox. I think is very interesting but dangerous :). ok in one of my next posts i will bring more informations aout the shoue :)))

  6. Robin Rasmussen

    Really cool subject. I used to listen to Art Bell all the time. I am pretty sure that time travel may be possible. Mankind is a very intelligent creature. I am just not sure that we are really meant to do that. We have enough issues going on in our present time. But I am open to change my mind.

    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      hello there 🙂 I am not sure what we will do with this too but i just hope to be use in good purpose:))

  7. Robert Lawrence


    This is really interesting stuff. I’m not sure why but I’ve been really interested in time travel lately and so I started googling it. That’s how I ended up on this website.

    I’ve learned a lot from this article so thanks for that. I’m actually surprised that there are so many physicists out the who believe that time travel is actually possible. I mean what an insane thought.

    When I say that I just mean that it would be really cool and a huge step for mankind. I’ve always believed and hoped that it was possible but I didn’t know that there were so many legitimate theories on this. Thanks for sharing.


    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      those and many other theories that I will bring to you soon:) glad that you enjoyed it .

  8. Cathy

    Hi there Christina,

    Interesting read about time travel theory. It reminds me of the movie “Back to the Future” by Michael J. Fox. Back then, I thought it was really fascinating.

    But now, as an adult, I don’t think I want to travel forward in time. I much rather slow down, smell the roses and be surprised with what life has to offer. I guess that perception comes with aging 🙂

    Let the future be what it should be.

    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      yes.. maybe you want in the past?:)) I would go 🙂 personal i would go in the 80:) love these years:)

  9. Taking A Leap Of Faith

    Even after reading the article, I’m just not sure that we have the technology yet for time travel. I mean Dr Anderson is saying he went through, but that they are presently testing on plants and will be testing on animals and maybe people in the future. But if he went through, then the already know human transfer is possible. So why still be doing the other testing? I think it may be something we could accomplish just not right now.

    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      ionmaybe you are right:) we still don’t know but I will try to find as much as possible information. thank you:)

  10. DJolly

    Wow! That was a very interesting read! I had never heard of their time travel studies until this page! Makes me almost want to sign up for the opportunity to go back and forward in time! I absolutely loved the subject you wrote on! I look forward to seeing more.

    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      I am glad that you did enjoy it and to be honest, I am too, open to the of going in the past. mpre information coming as the site develop. thanks for reading:)

  11. Summerly

    This is a really interesting site, I have’t come across one like yours before. You have a lot of content and it all makes for an interesting read. I already learnt some new things today. I like the facts and figures page, easy to read but gives enough information.

    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      thanks for your nice words and for reading:)) soon you will find here more and more facts:) as the site develop:) I hope you will enjoy it :)))

      if you have any ideas or you want to know more about something that you have read here, just tell me :))

  12. Dom

    I think depending on what your definition of “time travel” actually is, it might be possible.
    Not in the way that it is often portrayed in movies and television like getting in a ship and teleporting to another time in history.
    I would suggest that when you get in the flow while doing something you enjoy to the point where you loose track of time and you look up to see that 3 hours have gone by in the blink of any eye, that’s a form of time travel.
    Your perception of time is skewed to the point where you feel as if time almost doesn’t exist.
    That’s just my personal view on the subject though, I don’t have any scientific data to support it necessarily.

    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      you are right and I love your perception of time travel.so every moment is possible :-)thanks for reading my posts and I will think more about your words.is an interesting pion of view.thanks

  13. GiuliaB

    Wow, until I read your blog I thought time travel was only something out of the vivid imagination of the writers of fil productions such as Back To The Future or the television series Dr Who. Ignorant me, I never really thought that experiments had been taking place – but then what would studies be without evidence based proof?
    It concerns me to learn that some experiments went to the length of costing people their lives and the life of others. But it fascinates me to find out that, to this day, studies and research are still ongoing. I’m hooked up. I shall certainly start following your website more regularly!

    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      Yes, actually some experiments were really cruel ,like Montauk,Philadelphia…is sad but is still fascinating:)I am glad that you enjoyed visiting my site and you found it interesting. I am trying to bring news as soon as possible:)))

      Thanks for reading and if you are interested in anything, just ask:)


  14. Daniel Stagg

    Hi Cristina

    Really interesting post. I find the subject fascinating. One of my favourite TV shows was and still is, Stargate. They travel back and fourth in time using various different methods all based on actual theory.

    It would be so great to actually be able to do this but I’m not sure it will be in my life time. You never know though.

    I look forward to reading more posts.


    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      Hello Daniel,

      I am glad that you like my article and I think i try to see both of the sides of time travel, science and fantasy. When i was talking about David Anderson’s discoveries and theories i tried to let people know his ideas, his research,and some of those are amazing things that make me think that time travel will be possible sooner than we think.

      Maybe in our life time.

      Thanks for visiting my site and stay close for more updates.


  15. justin

    Hey this is a very interesting article, i didnt know there was much of a market for time travel these days but i know i would love to do it myself. I love time travel movies and wish i could go back in time to fix a lot of things i have screwed up. I dont think it is yet to be possible but maybe sometime in the future i hope, but it could also have a negative effect as well!

    1. Cristina Boros (Post author)

      Hello Justin,

      I think everybody wants to undo the bad past:) In somehow would be great to be possible but i think would be also a chaos in the world. Don’t you think?

      Thanks for visiting my site and if you like time travel movies you have many choice here, just read the reviews and choose one.

      Have a nice day



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