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'Time-Traveller From Year 5000' Claims To Have Photographic Proof Of Apocalypse

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'Time-Traveller From Year 5000' Claims To Have Photographic Proof Of Apocalypse

A 'time traveller' has claimed that he has proof of the apocalypse.

The man who goes by the name 'Edward' says he was part of a top secret programme back in 2004, and was chosen to travel to the year 5000.

In a video posted by Apex TV, he even shares proof of his journey, showing a photograph of Los Angeles underwater.

Discussing his time travel, he says: "I will tell you a story which will amaze you and you will be astonished.

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"It was unbelievable. I was standing on a huge wooden platform. Not only me - houses, buildings, vehicles, of course all made from wood.

"And after I realised it was the same city, Los Angeles, but underwater.

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"Just it was flooded and the whole city was underwater, and people [were] living on the water."

Edward then explains how he met a man while on his journey, who told him how the 'post-apocalyptic' flood actually started.

"That all was because of global warming. Pieces of ice in both poles saw that enough had been melted, and the world dropped under the water," he goes on.

"The flood happened because of too much quantity of Co2 in the atmosphere, which step by step destructed the natural shield zone."

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Credit: Apex TV
Credit: Apex TV

Eddie ain't the only time hopper out there, though. Not by a long chalk.

Earlier this year, a man from the year 3036 recently offered a chilling warning about life in the future.

However, according to NASA, it's highly likely that all of these many, many claims are utter rubbish.

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A spokesperson once said: "Although humans can't hop into a time machine and go back in time, we do know that clocks on airplanes and satellites travel at a different speed than those on Earth.

"We can't use a time machine to travel hundreds of years into the past or future.

"That kind of time travel only happens in books and movies.

"But the math of time travel does affect the things we use every day, for example, GPS satellites."

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But they would say that, wouldn't they?

Featured Image Credit: Apex TV

Topics: Viral, World News, time travel, US News, Los Angeles

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