It’s a been a while since we’ve heard from Noah the time traveller, hasn’t it? Well, he’s back and this time he’s got proof – a video – to show that he has, definitely, been to the year 2120.
In the clip, posted on YouTube channel ApexTV, Noah claims he is from the year 2030 and has come back to 2018 due to a ‘failed mission’.
Noah tells viewers he made trips to 2016 and 2120 and he’s now got some warnings for all of us. I’m sure not changing the course of history is time traveller 101, mate.
He says while living in 2120 – which, as he keeps reminding us, is ‘the future’ – he ‘learned a lot’ and he has ‘pages’ of information at his house which he will share with us when he finds them. Seems legit.
Noah then breaks down, because he fears for his life. He then blasts doubters and gives out some ‘facts’ about the future.
“A lot of you people have heard that North Korea and South Korea are making an alliance back together. That is not the case in the future. They get back at each other’s throats and I’m sorry to tell you this, but it’s true.
“They are going to be the leading cause of the next war – it is not a world war, let me tell you that. It’s a war between a number of countries, the United States will be involved.”
He then reveals he can’t tell us much more, although he wishes he could, because of ‘paradoxes’. Pesky paradoxes.
Then the time comes for Noah to whip out his pièce de résistance – a video, filmed in 2120.
Describing the video, he says: “There are some things flying. There are different things…” He then gestures behind him. “What you see here, doesn’t look anything like the future and what I experienced.”
He also informs us that by 2120, human/AI relationships are a ‘thing’ and that US President Donald Trump gets re-elected in 2020.
The video, which is on a very-current mobile phone, shows a skyline with some flying cars and buildings with ‘modernised‘ lights. Fancy.
He reveals that the city is Las Vegas and that the ‘red clouds’ are due to global warming, which he says is ‘everywhere’. You don’t need to tell me, mate, I live in the UK and it’s 30C here right now.
However, some YouTubers had the gall to accuse Noah of making the whole thing up, with one saying the video looks like CGI. A liar on the Internet? Never.