Uploaded to the YouTube channel Paranormal Elite, Noah said:
“In 2028, the organisations will admit that time travel is real and then it will be open to the public.
In 2021, there will be a really popular device, almost like a Google glass, that will look like a normal pair of glasses, but will have the processing power of today’s desktop computers.
The problem is that the President of the United States of America after the 2020 election will be Donald Trump. I can say this with 100% certainty. I know many of you will not believe me, but what I say is the truth.”
Noah claims he is 50 years old, but he took some kind of secret drugs to make him appear younger. 50 is a really even number…
He continued and said electric cars will have the ability to drive 600 miles on a single charge, AI will be powerful, and one would be well advised to get into the “sustainable energy market.”
A genre of usually fake or wildly exaggerated article seems to be emerging, and it might be a deliberate thing to muddy the waters for the true conspiracies. Either that, or I just personally can’t bring myself to believe in time travel.
I say a genre of hoax videos might be emerging because technology to fake things such as UFO’s is getting really good, and a similiar video went viral recently to the one above, depicting a man with a blurred out face and pitch altered voice claiming that he was a time traveler from the year 6000. It was extremely unconvincing, with nearly a 50% dislike ratio and comments ripping apart the claims.
For some reason disinformation seems to be on the rise. No disrespect if this ends up being real, but it’s not very convincing.
If there were small bits of evidence to suggest that time travel is real, I would be interested to see them. I’ve personally never seen any convincing evidence of time travel but if anyone has some, please leave it in the comments below.