Dimensional warp generator needed…

I’ve been getting copies of the dimensional warp generator email for years. Looks like quite a few other people have been receiving it as well.

07/28/2003 Update: I’ve received another email which suggests the Warp Generator will be ready for pickup on July 28, 2003 at 3:00 PM in Woburn, MA!

07/28/2003 Update: There were actually people at the pickup point this afternoon!


We need a vendor who can offer immediate supply. I’m offering $5,000 US dollars just for referring a vender which is (Actually RELIABLE in providing the below equipment) Contact details of vendor required, including name and phone #. If they turn out to be reliable in supplying the below equipment I’ll immediately pay you $5,000. We prefer to work with vendor in the Boston/New York area.

1. The mind warper generation 4 Dimensional Warp Generator # 52 4350a series wrist watch with z80 or better memory adapter. If in stock the AMD Dimensional Warp Generator module containing the GRC79 induction motor, two I80200 warp stabilizers, 256GB of SRAM, and two Analog Devices isolinear modules, This unit also has a menu driven GUI accessible on the front panel XID display. All in 1 units would be great if reliable models are available

2. The special 23200 or Acme 5X24 series time transducing capacitor with built in temporal displacement. Needed with complete jumper/auxiliary system

3. A reliable crystal Ionizor with unlimited memory backup.

4. I will also pay for Schematics, layouts, and designs directly from the manufature which can be used to build this equipment from readily available parts.

If your vendor turns out to be reliable, I owe you $5,000.

Email his details to me at: [email protected]

Please do not reply directly back to this email as it will only be bounced back to you.

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  1. I’ve also received this DWG request, but with a difference.

    The request included precise coordinates – longitude & latitude. In fact, they were probably specific to about an inch, and identified the location as Village Street off Cummings Avenue in the Woburn area of Boston Massachusetts.

    Unfortunately, it proved impossible to buy a DWG in the UK on a Sunday and transport it to Boston MA by the specified time. I hope he/she/it got help elsewhere.

    I have put the email (with tracking codes removed) on my website. (I have also altered the coordinates a small amount in case they too are tracking codes).

  2. I have gotten several of these. I told my friends about them because they were so funny, and everyone has been forwarding me different forms of the message for a couple weeks. I have amassed quite a few different versions now, but no matter what I do, I can’t figure out what the hell the scam is. Does anyone know?

    The only thing I can think of is that some fool might get excited about it and, believing that such a device actually exists, attempt to contact the spammer to purchase some advanced technology at which point a regular con ensues. Ie. money given up front; scammer run away.

    The other side of the coin is to theorize like this:

    If time travel is to ever exist, then the likelyhood that someone will get stuck in the past at some point is almost certainly approaching a 100% probability. Now, if this were the case, then a person’s best course of action would be to contact the largest number of people in the most historically inconspicuous manner possible. I think that spamming millions of people through e-mail is definately the right way to go about finding a replacement device of some sort. The possibility (however small) that this whole thing is actually true does actually exist! Poor guy. What a terrible time to be stuck…

  3. Precisely…it’s either an urban legend or some guy is trying desperately to get home. I personally showed this afternoon 1% because I thought it might be real and 99% to see what other people might be taking it seriously. There were obviously one or two people there this afternoon who were, indeed, taking it seriously.

  4. I couldn’t help but to reply to his request. Still waiting for some sort of communications from the happy time traveler.

    The unit has been shipped to the coordinates provided.

    Unfortunately, I could not furnish you with the AMD wristwatch model, but I did have in stock the dildo model available. Just stick it up your ass and your ready to go, and nobody knows but you. A bonus for the discrete time traveler.

    Because this is the next generation unit, it is expensive. Why don’t you just teleport me One Million Dollars to 42.06587935 & Longitude -72.01528765 and the ground is 504.23′ above sea level.

    Nice doing business with you!

  5. I received it all too, and posted it in my LiveJournal. Except I got it a few days late. 🙂 I wonder if it is a method to track how many people will put the silly spam email on the web, to see if they have valid email addresses. Could be just a test by some geeky college kid trying to play a joke or start an urban legend.

    But that is crazy people were there. I would have talked to them if I was there!!

    Thanks for the laugh and interesting gallery. Think different.

  6. Sure, anyone can send out spam to ping email addresses and search for bouncebacks. But if you’re implying that I’ve somehow opened myself up for more spam by posting this, I’d have to disagree. Spammers have much more efficient methods of compiling email address lists other than using Google and other search engines to see how many people post a copy of their spam to a Web site.

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  8. I just got it on 8.24……very fishy, because I received a similar email about a year ago, from someone claiming to be of superior intelligence, but with a life disabling disease. The funny thing was, we actually exchanged IM’s AND emails! He wanted the same wristwatch!! BUT, this guy has totally different MOD and email addresses. Very interesting to me. There is that 1% chance it’s true. But with so many viruses and scams running rampant, I’m reluctant to reply to this lastest email. The other weird thing, is that I don’t know how this last email found me…..it was sent to “my first [email protected] last name (fill in the blanks).com, an address I don’t even have, which somehow got routed to my aol address!! I don’t know…….I’d love to find out the whole story. Incidentally, I am a writer, who DID write a time travel novel.

  9. Got it today – 8.29.03 – Looking at the internet header the sender spoofed the DoD Very funny, although my alternate self living in a parallel universe was a bit miffed. Oh well.

  10. Subject: Dimensional Warp Generator Needed n b fbcnka
    Date: Mon, 01 Sep 2003 07:59:25 +0000 (GMT)
    From: [email protected]
    To: xxxx, xxxxxx

    I’m a time traveler stuck here in 2003. Since nobody here seems to be able to get me what I need (safely here to me), I will have to build
    a simple time travel circuit to get where I
    need myself. I am going to need an easy to follow picture diagram for a simple time travel circut, which can be built out of (readily
    available) parts here in 2003. Please email me
    any schematics you have. I will pay good money
    for anything you send me I can use. Or if you have the rechargeable AMD dimensional warp
    generator wrist watch unit available, and are 100% certain you have a (secure) means of delivering it to me please also reply.
    Send a separate email to me at:
    [email protected].

    Do not reply back directly to this email as it will only be bounced back to you.

    Thank You
    Brian Appel

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