Time Traveller Claims He Took This Picture In The Year 6,000

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Sometimes, there are stories I find which can insult your intelligence, this happens to be one of them.

A time traveller, who claims he’s from the year 6000, has a lot to tell us about our future and if you don’t believe – which I highly doubt you do – he’s ready to put his money where his mouth is and show you proof.

The unknown man, who’s had his face blurred out – because apparently ‘they’ don’t want you to know about the Earth’s future trajectory – claims in his time, they’ve even found the cure for cancer and are governed by Artifical Intelligence.

So it looks like Skynet won the war after all – that’s a Terminator reference BTW.

Also, who is this ‘they’ they’re speaking off? Is this the same ‘they’ DJ Khaled is constantly referring too?

If you’ve ever seen a time travelling movie like Back To The Future, you’ll know the number one rule is to not mess about with anything, in case you upset the time-space continuum.

One minute you’re equipping self-lacing Nike sneakers in the future and then *bam* you’re in the 1950’s about to kiss a younger version of your own mother.

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Got a love a movie references – I’m two-for-two now.

Throughout the interview, the unknown time traveller claims AI and humans are on the verge of merging to become one sentient, superior being.

Later on in the video, he claims he wasn’t alone when he was sent into the future – he get’s very emotional about the person, who he doesn’t name, but says he left him behind in the year 6000 – which he describes as a utopia.

While he understands his story is far-fetched he does supply us with evidence – it comes in the form of a printed picture of an unknown ‘futuristic city’, which is so blurry you’d have a hard time buying any of it.

According to our unknown source, the reason for the poor copy is because, when going through the time machine, things can end up getting distorted.

Even the most gullible person in the world can see this is a hoax, however, I have to applaud the man’s conviction – it nearly makes his story believable.

If he is telling the truth, it’s good to know Donald Trump hasn’t destroyed the entire world with nuclear warfare.