Time Traveller Who Claims To Be From The Year 2030 Passes Lie Detector Test

Heinsight is a great thing. Given the opportunity, most of us would probably go back in time to right our wrongs and travel to the future in an attempt to stop ourselves from ever making mistakes in the first place. Sadly, time travel doesn’t exist.

Or does it? A man named Noah certainly believes it does, and now he’s passed a lie detector test about his claims.

Noah said that he is from the year 2030, although his “natural” year is 2021 (presumably that this is where he’d be if he hadn’t time traveled in the first place). He is 25 years old but revealed that he is actually 50. He simply took an age rejuvenating drug to make himself young again.

Admittedly, 2030 isn’t too far in the future, but still, a lot can happen in a short period of time and the information he’s shared is proof of this.

Noah revealed that he has become stuck in 2018 and has no way of returning back to his actual life – although given that his friends and family would already be alive, it’s difficult to comprehend why he simply wouldn’t try to contact them now as 2021 isn’t that far away.

Noah first hit the headlines November of last year when a video of him making claims about the future was posted by Paranormal Elite. His identity was disguised to protect him from the government who apparently invented time travel back in 2003, but it’s not supposed to be public knowledge yet.

Credit: Paranormal Elite

The 25-year-old, however, said that everyone will know about time travel in 2028 and that this is something we should prepare ourselves for.

“I am not attempting to deceive anyone, my sole objective is to prove to you that time travel exists and that I, myself, am a time traveler,” he said.

As far as Noah is concerned, he is risking his life to divulge what he knows about the future.

So what exactly is going to happen in the next 12 years? If you cast your mind back to 2006, it’s safe to say that a lot has changed this then, especially when it comes to our use of technology, and Noah has claimed that our reliance on tech will simply grow in the future.

He said that the iPhone of the future will come in the form of high-tech glasses which will enable people to harness the power of a traditional computer with just their eyes. Think Google glasses, but more powerful. They will reportedly make an appearance in 2021.

Another major tech advancement that’s going to take place in the future is in electric cars. According to Noah, electric cars will be as powerful as diesel and petrol cars, which is great news for the environment, and will be able to travel at speeds of up to 966 km.

Oh, and apparently we will travel to Mars by 2028.

Another area where there have been colossal changes since 2006 is in the world of politics. Back then, it would have been almost unthinkable that a former reality star could become president, and it turns out that politics has even more surprises in store for us in the future.

How? Well, it turns out that Donald Trump will be elected to a second term in 2020.

“I can say this with 100 percent certainty, I am not giving you my opinion,” he said of Trump’s reelection.

In an attempt to verify the claims which Noah made back in November, he was interviewed by Apex TV. They asked him to relay his predictions once again and do so while taking a lie detector test. The results were interesting, to say the least.

The original video has currently received over 1.4 million views, and, since its release on Friday, Noah’s lie detector test has had 120,000 views.

You can watch Noah’s full interview with Apex TV below:

Credit: Apex TV

“We did a lie detector test on Noah, who claims to be an actual time traveler from the year 2030,” Apex TV wrote. “He says he is stuck in 2018. In this interview, we ask Noah the alleged time traveler about how time travel works, the legitimacy of his story, and in the end, we do an x-ray on his wrist that he claims is housing future technology.

What do you think? Is Noah a real time traveler from the future?”

Another one of the 25-year-old’s claims is that AI will become popularized in the future.

The interview begins with Noah being asked, “Are you an actual time traveler from the year 2030?”

After Noah says yes, a green header that says “TRUE” appears behind him, although the actual reading on the lie detector test cannot be seen.

Noah was then asked for “hard evidence” about his claims (which also involve an increased reliance on bitcoin FYI), and he explained that he could not provide it because of a “paradox”. The “TRUE” header once again appears after he has said this again.

Despite Apex TV making Noah take a lie detector test, viewers were extremely skeptical about its results because the machine itself could not be seen on screen. It’s also worth noting that lie detectors themselves are not entirely accurate.

“You can see Noah fidgeting around with the monitors strapped around his fingers and I myself know from first-hand experience that when you take a lie detector test you are supposed to sit back and remain completely still during the whole complete lie detector test for it,” a skeptic pointed out.

“I’m still very skeptical on the whole lie detector test because all Apex TV does is flashes an answer on the screen with a ding noise,” wrote one viewer.

Another added, “That doesn’t truly validate the lie detector if he was telling the truth or not.”

The x-ray of Noah’s arm is pictured below:

The doctor reportedly had no idea what the object in Noah’s wrist was, and Noah was reluctant to have it removed.

Although Noah’s lie detector test had its naysayers, not everyone was against him, and some people took it as proof that he had been telling the truth all along.

“Thank you for this,” a believer wrote. “I’ve been waiting so long and I have believed Noah the whole time.”

So what do you think of Noah’s interviews? Is he simply in need of psychiatric help? Or do you believe that he’s telling the truth?

One thing’s for sure, we won’t need to wait too long to find out!

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