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A 'time traveller' who claims to have visited 2027 and witnessed 'human extinction' has posted again on TikTok to say that he's coming back to 2021. Watch his original video here:
The new clip he posted is entirely text-based, backed by horror film style music.
Originally posted in Spanish, the text sees him appealing for help from his followers, adding that he had gotten used to being alone but needs to go back to 2021.
TikToker @unicosobreniniente, also known as Javier, says he managed to fast forward six years where he experienced 'human extinction', providing his 1.3 million followers with regular updates.
For now, let's put the issue of whether time travel is possible to one side, because there are also some other discrepancies in his tale that we should probably address.
For starters, despite there being no humans around (apart from Javier, of course), it appears that there's still access to electricity and the internet seems to be working.
As well as there being buildings, cars and... oh wait, what's that...? Social distancing stickers on floors...? Hmm. It's ALMOST like he may not actually be a time traveller...
Alongside the video, which racked up 7.3 million views as well as over 740,000 likes and nearly 25,000 comments, Javier wrote the caption: "I just woke up in a hospital and I don't know what might have happened.
"Today is 13 February 2027 and I am alone in the city."
He added: "Humanity has been extinct, there is no one in shopping centres."
Javier did upload videos after the initial one which showed empty hospitals after one of his doubtful followers asked him to go there and film.
The hospital corridors are empty, but we might need a little more evidence if we're expected to believe that humans are to become extinct somewhere between now and 2027 - just six years into the future.
Commending on the first video, one person wrote: "Not possible, if he's posting then he's in our present time. That and advertisements and signs would look different... and clothes in stores lol."
People were also quick to point out the fact that there's footprints in the sand and moving boats in the sea, as well as what seems to be someone on a crossing.
Other videos include him standing on a train track (do NOT try this at home), turning a TV on to discover no channels working, and various streets and buildings.
It's almost as if there's a curfew in place.
Hmm. Forgive us if we're skeptical, Javier.
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