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Man Claiming To Be From The Future Passes Lie Detector Test

Great Scott! It appears that time-travel might actually exist!

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Of course if you were just walking down the street and someone told you that they were from the future, you would scoff, laugh at them and think that they were crazy, right?

But when a person claims to be from the future and actually passes a lie detector test while saying it, then it starts to become slightly more believable! And yep, just a little bit scary.

Well this is exactly what has happened as one man claims that he is a time-traveller from the year 2030 and is here to fulfil his “mission” and warn the world about what is in store for us.

The time-traveller predicts that Trump will be re-elected as president of the United States and that artificial intelligence will take over the world.

Don’t believe us? There’s actually video evidence of the guy posted on YouTube by ApexTV showing him being hooked up to a lie detector test and being asked a number of questions.

Of course the first question that they ask is ‘are you really a time-traveller from the year 2030.’

The man, who’s face and voice is distorted in the video, responds with ‘yes’. And well, he passes the test with flying colours!

Some of the man's other predictions include things like in 2028 human life will make it to mars, electric cars will have completely replaced diesel and petrol cars and multiple types of cancer will be cured.

All of these sound like quite plausible predictions yeah? Well maybe he should’ve stopped there…

The man also claims that he is actually a 50-year-old man in the year 2030 but he has taken a rejuvenation drug in order to be transformed into a 25-year-old. And this is where his story really starts to unravel in our eyes…

Of course there are also many other sceptics out there who have responded to the video with criticism.

One person wrote, “All Apex TV does is flash an answer on the screen with a ding noise, that doesn’t truly validate the lie detector.”

Another said, “Lie detector tests do not say if things are true, only that the person who is making the claim believes that they are true.”

So what do you think? Are you a believer or a sceptic? As for us, we'll need to get visual evidence of his flying DeLorean before we completely believe him... 

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