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Oil Price Bust Foreseen: Is Jesse Colombo a bone fide time traveler?

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“Time travel has captured the public imagination for much of the past century, but little has been done to actually search for time travelers. Here, three implementations of Internet searches for time travelers are described, all seeking a prescient mention of information not previously available.”

Perhaps Shell or BP may decide to hire Mr. Colombo and ask him about the timing of a mega merger, bearing in mind that he seems to know more about the oil industry than them? 

By John Donovan

A few days ago I published an article about Jesse Colombo, the economic analyst who correctly and uniquely, predicted the oil prices bust, which has an impact on every individual and country on the planet.

The collapse in oil prices might not be as highly ranked as the 9/11 terror attack in terms of an historic event, but it is of world-changing significance.

I found the Jesse Colombo article from June 2014 containing his prescient prediction published on the Forbes.com website.

This was in the course of carrying out some research into why the predictions of one of the worlds biggest oil companies, Royal Dutch Shell, has been so wildly inaccurate in regard to oil issues, such as when peak oil will occur. Shell has a “scenarios” team tasked with peering into the future with the objective of coming up with accurate forecasts. I wonder if they have foreseen their own future, which might be short as far as Shell is concerned?

Further research led me to an intriguing article published by The Economist almost a year ago under the headline:

How can you search for time travellers?”

Extract

The latest twist in this unusual field is to use the internet to search for evidence of time travel, an approach proposed by Robert Nemiroff and Teresa Wilson of Michigan Technological University, who presented their findings at an astronomical conference this month. They scoured the internet for “prescient” information—in other words, online posts suggesting knowledge of the future.

This is an extract from the relevant scientific paper:

“Searching the Internet for evidence of time travelers”

Abstract. Time travel has captured the public imagination for much of the past century, but little has been done to actually search for time travelers. Here, three implementations of Internet searches for time travelers are described, all seeking a prescient mention of information not previously available.

What this all seems to boil down to is that either Jesse Colombo is a bone fide time traveller with evidence to prove that he can accurately peer into the future, or he is just an exceptionally gifted economic analyst. I am sure he will be happy to confirm the latter more mundane proposition.

Perhaps Shell or BP may decide to hire Mr. Colombo and ask him about the timing of a mega merger, bearing in mind that he seems to know more about the oil industry than them?

I have contacted Professor Robert Nemiroff to advise him of the proof that Jesse Colombo is a  candidate as a bone fide time-traveller. I have no knowledge of anybody ever making such an accurate prediction of a coming major event in world history, unforeseen by anyone else.

Just how dramatic event is the oil price bust? That’s something only time will tell.

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