Steve Gibbs was adopted by the Gibbs family who raised him on a farm near Clearwater, NE. Although never fond of school, Steve finished high school and took trade school courses in electronics. He gained an excellent reputation for fixing things, putting things together, and installing things while helping the family farm. Steve has devised a machine that he claims will allow the user to actually travel through time.
In the first hour and a half, George spoke with Steven Gibbs about his Hyper Dimensional Resonator (HDR), a machine that Gibbs claims makes time travel possible. Gibbs said the HDR was developed by his counterpart from an alternate future Earth and given to him by time travelers.In order to physically travel through time, Gibbs explained, the device must be activated near a vortex for three minutes. The user will see a flash of white light or feel a sinking sensation and be projected into another time. The HDR has a 500 year limit, Gibbs noted.During the second hour, Gibbs was joined by Patricia Ress and Dennis Buffy, who described their own experiences with the HDR. Ress, a newspaper reporter, recalled seeing strange UFO-shaped clouds and watching a alternate version of the 1953 western Shane. Buffy said he used the HDR for astral time travel and actually encountered Gibbs on one of his journeys. Rob Dyrdek of MTV's Rob and Big phoned in to comment about the HD ... More »Host: George Noory
Self-proclaimed time traveler Steven Gibbs (hdrenterprises.net), discussed his invention which he says has allowed him to travel back and forward into alternate time streams. Gibbs said the idea for the machine was initially given to him by "time travelers from the future," whom he first encountered in 1981. At first he used the equipment to astrally project himself from 1985 to 2000, but later he said he was able to physically project himself with the machine. "The harmonic field generator sets up a field within a field," and is dependent on activating natural vortexes (or wormholes), 2-3 of which can usually be found in the typical person's home, Gibbs said of the process. ... More »Host: George Noory