The lack of arguement from these is mostly because we can't verify your statements or that it might have came from a physics textbook. It's also why I am am trying tonask for answers that eliminate possible alternate explainations.I don't really think it is comparable, though of course that is always a possibility with people. However, I have not only supplied knowledge of the immediate future and beyond, but everything I have said is very real. I have not seen a single person able to argue the science of what I am describing, whether it be the technology or the physics, despite my several attempts with @TimeFlipper. I have described the current strategy of the Deep State in the US, and have not heard anyone able to refute that either. Horoscopes and fortune tellers have no method of explaining what they do beyond mysticism because they simply cannot do what they claim. I have supplied an enormous amount of evidence, it's just a matter of perspective.
I would call a major variation being that the events occurred on a different day. Like I said, that possibility is next to 0.
As for the variations, at least we won't have to wait if the headlines are not there.
Just make sure you manage to eliminate the possibility of more mundane explainations for the headlines (if not then do at least my test). From our point of view time travel does not resemble proven phenomenon.All you managed to state was that you believe what I said is untrue, without any kind of supporting evidence aside from someone else’s words and visions that do not resemble any proven phenomenon.
When did you get the newspaper headline as in what time?
Anyways thanks for answering my questions