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Time Traveler Who Says He’s From Year 5,000 Shows Photograph Of The Future





Is time travel even possible? A man who claims to be a time traveler says he was able to visit the world by year 5,000. In fact, he brought back a photograph as proof.

Known only as “Edward”, the time traveler’s identity has been heavily concealed because he claims he was part of a top-secret experiment in 2004. He was given the chance to travel through time and to prove that it’s true, he brought a photo of an American city in the year 5,000.

ApexTV interviewed Edward, whose face and voice had been disguised to protect his identity.

He warned about what will happen in the future. The American city he mentioned was Los Angeles and in the photo, it’s underwater. He said that post-apocalyptic floods due to global warming are to blame for the city’s fate 3,000 years into the future. The bustling American city is in deep water and the residents were forced to live on giant wooden platforms.

The global warming has melted the ice caps, leading to big floods and many cities submerging into deep waters. Edward said:

“It was unbelievable. I was standing on a huge wooden platform. Not only me – houses, buildings, vehicles, of course, all made from wood.”

“After I realized it was the same city, Los Angeles, but underwater.”

“Just it was flooded and the whole city was underwater, and people were living on the water.”

Edward admitted he had talked to a man who told him how the flood happened. He said that everything was due to global warming. The world dropped underwater because pieces of ice in both poles melted. He explained:

“The flood happened because of too much quantity of Co2 in the atmosphere, which step by step destructed the natural shield zone.”

Over the past years, many others claimed they were from the future, but until now, no solid proof has been released. All of them, however, said that their true identities can’t be revealed because it would be too dangerous.

Watch the full interview below:

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