Move over, Doctor Who; according to this individual, he’s actually been to the future and possesses photographic evidence to back his claim.
In a rather peculiar video, the ‘time traveller’, his visage obscured, rendezvouses with a journalist at a undisclosed site to unveil insights about ‘confidential technologies’ and the fate that awaits humanity in the year 6000. This self-declared informant, who has altered his voice, asserts his involvement in a clandestine initiative initiated during the 1990s, aimed at transporting individuals forward in time.
He suggested that advancements in fields like medicine, governance, and innovative technology would relegate contemporary life to a ‘rudimentary’ status. He asserted that under the benevolent supervision of an AI ruler, humanity would flourish in a state of harmony. As part of his argument, he unveiled an image of an unidentified city, though its resemblance to a Monet watercolor rather than a futuristic urban landscape was evident.
Nevertheless, he quickly clarified, “In the time travel process pictures tend to get distorted, as well as many other things.” He went on to emphasize, “I know a lot of you are going to find my story extremely hard to believe and I don’t blame you and if I was watching somebody claim these same things I myself would most likely not believe them.”
He maintained that his aim is not to mislead anyone; he am simply intent on conveying a message about the trajectory humanity is headed toward and the future course of the world. Drawing from personal experience witnessing profound changes and emerging technologies, the revelations about the year 6000 would leave us in a state of utter astonishment.
In an unexpected turn, the ‘time traveller’ experiences a surge of emotion, shedding tears as he discloses that he left behind a close friend who is forever stranded. Despite the assurance that this friend is in a positive state, he expresses, “In a way the future is like a utopia but sadly when we attempted to travel back we couldn’t. I just wanted to see him one more time.”
Making a reference to the movie “Downsizing,” featuring Matt Damon, he elaborates that future technology will enable individuals to shrink in size, thereby mitigating space constraints. Regardless of one’s perspective on his claims, the wait won’t be prolonged—he anticipates that time travel will be common knowledge by 2028.