'Time traveller' appears on Australian radio station and stuns host with prediction 3 years ago

'Time traveller' appears on Australian radio station and stuns host with prediction

He explained how technology will advance.

So, if you're reading one of these articles for the first time, before we go any further, let me explain because there's a lot of catching up you need to do in terms of YouTubers, the space-time continuum and such.

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This whole time travel malarkey started a few weeks ago when we featured a man claiming to come from the year 6000. Next, another 'time traveller' appered on Apex TV and said he had seen something horrifying in the year 8973. Then, earlier this week, we featured a man who 'passed a lie detector test' on whether he had visited the year 2030. And, finally, there was more 'photographic proof' yesterday.

Now Noah, who you may remember as the man claiming to pass a lie detector test, has appeared on a radio show Down Under.

In the interview, featured on Sydney radio station KIIS 1065, the man who (although he looks like a teenager) claims to be 50 years old, said that in the future a woman called Ilana Remikee would become US President, aged just 21.

"She's the granddaughter of Martin Luther King Jr," Noah explained to the presenters on the show.

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"She's 21 at the time, but they pass a new law that basically makes it so you can be younger as president."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyWOjfSxt3Q

The man - whose face and identity have remained blurred when he has featured in videos - also claimed that he takes 'anti-aging pills'.

"When you time travel you gain time," Noah told the hosts. "When I was in junior high and I was a time traveller, I had to take these pills to make sure I don't grow old while time travelling."

He also explained that you can 'design babies' but there are limits due to the significant costs involved.

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"There is some boundaries, but you can design them. But it's really, really costly," Noah added. "You can avoid diseases, too, which is really helpful, but then again it's really expensive."

Again, I would just like to state this is: Definitely. Not. Bullshit

 

 

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