A short time ago a man contacted the Youtube channel Paranormal Elite claiming to be a time-traveller from the year 2030. At the time both the channel and its viewers were sceptical although they did reach out to the man, known as Noah, to start some discussion. What came out of those early chats were a few predictions by Noah, including the widespread use of AI, frequent travel to Mars, and (surprise surprise) the invention of time travel.
The problem with time travellers is that it’s bloody hard to prove them right or wrong. You kind of just have to wait until 2030 to see if their predictions come true. Paranormal Elite, however, decided to try their best to fact check his claims by using a lie detector.
And, bizarrely enough, Noah passed with flying colours.
Does this mean his predictions will come true?
Right now Noah is adamant he is a 50-year-old man (made to look 25 through science) and that time travel will be made public in 2028 although he claims it was invented in 2003 but kept a secret. The rest of his claims include:
- Trump will be re-elected
- Phones will get bigger
- Domestic robots exist and are very popular
- Bitcoin is a dominant currency
- Global warming means Europe is colder but America is hotter
- Electric cars can travel at 600mph
- Some types of cancer have been cured
- AI will be huge
Who knows? Maybe Noah really is a time-traveller. It’s not clear why he’s come back nor why he is so insistent on keeping his identity a secret, but it might not surprise you to know that a large portion of the internet is not convinced. One user wrote,
“You need to show the name of the lie detector and go through the stages of setting up the test. (Also) 2030 is not that far off so what was the name of the president he gave, he should be very much alive right now.”
Another user questioned the channel’s methods,
“All Apex TV does is flashes an answer on the screen with a ding noise, that doesn't truly validate the lie detector if he was telling the truth or not.
“You can see Noah fidgeting around with the monitors strapped around his fingers and I myself know from first-hand experience that when you take a lie detector test you are supposed to sit back and remain completely still during the whole complete lie detector test for it.”
That’s a good point. In fact, if you watch the video you’ll see it’s not really that convincing.