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The man who claims to be a real time traveller and goes by the name of Noah has shared his most shocking predictions for the new year. Speaking to paranormal investigators from YouTube channel ApexTV, he said UFO sightings and snowstorms will ravage the US next year. In an unusual video uploaded online, the time traveller showed crumpled up bits of paper to the camera, which he claimed were book pages detailing future events. One of the pages listed a devastating snowstorm striking the US Midwest as early as February.
The same page also revealed a spike in worldwide UFO sightings from January and the world’s first robotic eye being built in April.
Time traveller Noah said: “February 2019: A massive snowstorm hits the Midwest in the United States of America.
“Multiple cities are wiped out by snowstorms. It’s probably one of the biggest – it is the biggest – snowstorm in history.”
Noah then claimed a special chip invented in June 2019, will give paralysed people the ability to walk again.
The “truly remarkable” piece of technology will spearhead new advances in technology, leading up to the advent of intelligent machines.
The time traveller also outlined some of the future predictions for the year 2020.
In January that year, the release of artificial intelligence technology to the public will supposedly spark widespread controversy and criticism.
Noah said: “Controversy starts as the A1 Machidan Android is released to the public and protesters think this is some unnatural force that we shouldn’t be reckoning with.
“2020, November 3: Trump is reelected as President. This is not opinion, this is just the facts.
“It happens and it becomes very apparent beforehand. It is due to whatever reason I don’t know but Trump becomes the next President.”
However, not everyone was conceived by the legitimacy of Noah’s claims and many viewers questioned the authenticity of Noah’s book pages.
Some people called out the alleged time traveller for pretending to be from the future and others said the book pages were just crumbled up bits of printing paper.
One YouTube viewer, Jake Rhein, said: “This is totally fake.”
Robert Gadling said: “Please stop giving this fraud airtime Apex. His fifteen minutes of fame was up twenty minutes ago.”
James Sawyer said: “Ambiguity is not proof. Offer something in the short term that can be verified in the next two weeks, not things that occur years in advance, it’s simple.”
And Michael Ticich said: “I’ll never get these 15 minutes back.”