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'Time Traveller' Who Has 'Been To Year 3700' Warns Of Robot/Human War

'Time Traveller' Who Has 'Been To Year 3700' Warns Of Robot/Human War

He's even got a piece of robot he brought back as proof

Claire Reid

Claire Reid

A time traveller who reckons he's spent time in the year 3700 has issued a stark warning about a war between robots and humans. I bet you're glad you'll be long gone, eh?

The man, named only as Mike, spoke to Apex TV about his adventures, which include him killing a robot with his bare hands. Doubt him? Well, he reckons he's got a piece of the robot with him as proof. Can't argue with that.

French-born Mike, who grew up in Canada, says he ended up working for a place called the National Secure Laboratory of Canada when he was 18 and worked on 'many secret operations and objectives'.

He says the team worked with time machines and were sent - alone and in groups - on their travels through time.

"We were travelling to random years," he explained. "But our main target was the year 3700."

He goes on to say he's been there about 18 times and that, of course, there's loads of robots some of which have an 'individual artificial operating system' as well as military robots which are 'perfect kill machines'. Delightful.

Now I know what you're thinking, 'with AI and so-called 'prefect kill machines', what could possibly go wrong?' But who'd have thought it? It did all go wrong and humans and robots ended up at war. Shocker, eh?

"In the year 3700 the war began," he said. "The war between human race and artificial creators. The robots. The robots who had an artificial intelligence once understood their power. They understood their dominance above humans and raised above them. They were slaves but become the leaders.

"The war had been started. The war that kind of nobody had seen before. On September 20 in the year 3700, all robots over the planet earth started their attack.

"After the first wave of assault, over 30 percent of humans were destroyed.

"They used internet and wireless system to be connected at once and give attack together. The only thing that saved the most population of humans is that robots did not get the codes of launching system of the nuclear rockets. In that case there would be not a war, but a genocide of the human race."

Mike says he's been to the year 3700 'about 18 times'.
Apex TV

To prove that he had been involved in the war, he's brought back part of a 'robot body', which he says he 'killed with his bare hands'.

Mike is now living in Asia, where he's hiding out as he thinks his ex-employer National Secure Laboratory of Canada.

So little heads up, guys.

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