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'Time-Traveler From 2030' Passes Lie Detector Test While Revealing Future Predictions

15 February 2018, 07:19 | Glen Norman

Self-proclaimed time traveler Noah

Self-proclaimed time traveler Noah

A man who claims to be a time traveller from 2030 has purportedly passed a lie detector test.

The self-declared time traveller, who calls himself "Noah", says he has risked his life to tell those living in 2018 what lies ahead.

Many cancers will be cured and technology will be able to independently run a home.

"When I was in junior high and I was a time traveller, I had to take these pills to make sure I don't grow old while time travelling".

In a previous video, Noah claims he is 50 years old but took an age-reversing drug to be 25 again.

He said that bitcoin is being used more commonly as currency but that cash money is still used, including pennies.

He also tells us that Donald Trump will win a second term in office.

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He also suggests global warming has caused temperatures in North America to increase while Europe has cooled.

He says that 2028 is the year that private organisations admit to the world that time travel is real, but it has been around since 2003.

Of course, his claims have attracted scepticism.

He first spoke out about having time-travelled past year - looking shaken in an interview with Paranormal Elite.

In response, he agreed to take a lie detector test on camera.

Some of Noah's other outlandish claims on the show include that it will be possible to design your own babies in the future. However, the results on the machine are not shown.

He responds with a yes and the word "true" appears in large green letters, meaning he believes he is telling the truth.

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Noah says he has evidence of his claims but can not give any of it because of a "paradox" - though many people believe the whole thing is made up.

The mysterious man claims Donald Trump will be re-elected and artificial intelligence will take over.

Viewers were struck by Noah's distressed state, with many believing his story of time travel.

But so-called Noah has received criticism from sceptics who claim the test was rigged.

"2030 is not that far off so what was the name of the president he gave?"

Known only as Noah and with his identity kept hidden, he even managed to pass a lie detector test.

According to Live Science.com, you can beat a lie detector test by changing your heart rate by thinking about something exciting or scary.

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