120-year-old photo of a time travelling ‘Greta Thunberg’ resurfaces

By Nolan Thom

Aug 25, 2022

In the aforementioned photograph from 120 years ago, we see three youngsters toiling away in a gold mine in Canada's Yukon Territory.

This photograph, which was discovered in the University of Washington's photo archives, was taken some time around 1898.

It's possible that one of the kids looks like Greta, but it's more likely that the teenage activist hasn't stumbled upon time travel.

The activist's use of 1.21 Gigawatts of solar power to enable TimeTravel was questioned by one Twitter user.

Thunberg is at the forefront of the fight against climate change because she frequently travels to events to raise awareness without using an airplane...

The photo, which was the subject of a viral 2019 tweet, has since been acquired by the University of Washington in Seattle.

According to archivist Lisa Oberg's interview with CBC, "we've had about 15 to 20 requests just to talk about the photo," and the number of requests t...

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