​'Time Traveller From 2030' Passes Lie Detector Test

A man claiming to be from the year 2030 who shared a number of predictions for the future has miraculously passed a lie detector test.

The self-proclaimed time traveller goes by the name of 'Noah', stating that he has to remain anonymous as he's risked his life to tell those living in the present-day what the future has in store.

Understandably, people were pretty unconvinced by his story, so Noah agreed to take a lie detector test to prove himself.

In a recent interview with Apex TV, he was asked to relay his precisions, while also confirmed whether or not he really is from the future.

"Are you an actual time traveller from the year 2030?" was the first question posed.

He responded 'yes', before a green header saying 'true' appears on the video. The results from the machine, however, can't actually be seen on screen.

Credit: YouTube/Apex TV

He was then asked if he had 'hard evidence' to back up his many predictions, which include Donald Trump being re-elected in 2020, Bitcoin being used more, artificial intelligence becoming huge by 2021, electric cars that can travel at 600mph and humans flying to Mars in 2028 - which will also be the same year that time travel is made public.

He replied that he isn't sure he can give proof 'due to a paradox', and the 'true' header appears again.

He then reels of a list of things that will happen in the future, and when assuring that he is telling the truth, the 'true' header pings up once again.

The world first heard about Noah when Paranormal Elite published a video sent in by someone claiming to be a time traveller from the future.

Credit: YouTube/Paranormal Elite
Credit: YouTube/Paranormal Elite

In that, we learnt that Noah suffers from anxiety and depression, which he claims is the result of all the time travelling. He also claims to be about 50 years old, but that he has taken secret drugs to bring him back to his youth and that he is currently 25 years old.

"It is not my intent to deceive anybody," he told the camera in a heavily distorted voice. "I want to be clear, my sole objective anybody to prove to you that time travel exists. In fact I, myself, am a time traveller."

He also went on to say that time travel has been possible since 2003, but that it's 'not planned to be released to the public' until 2028. So, er, pop a note in your diaries...?

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Apex TV

Jess Hardiman

Jess Hardiman is a journalist who graduated from Manchester University with a BA in Film Studies, English Language and Literature, and has previously worked for Time Out and The Skinny among others.

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