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Time travel proof? ‘Time traveller’ unveils photos from year 3311 in bizarre claim

The anonymous man’s time travel confession emerged in March 2019, after he shared his story with online paranormal investigators. The supposed time traveller had his face blurred and voiced distorted in the video but he claimed he is the real deal. Speaking to a camera for YouTube channel ApexTV, the time traveller produced three photos, which he said he took on a mission in the year 3311. The time traveller said he has an “extremely interesting story” to tell – a story about his past and his future.

The man said: “What I am telling you is true and I even have the evidence to prove it.”

He then pulled out three photos of what the world is supposed to look like nearly 1,300 years into the future.

The first bizarre photo appears to show a futuristic city built on some sort of floating island in the sky.

The time traveller said: “This was not the only picture I took in the future.

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According to the time traveller, he snapped the pictures after he was elected to take part in a secret time travel operation in the 1990s.

He said he was selected due in no small part to his accomplishments at school in the area of computer development.

And he argued the secrets of time travel were cracked through the mysterious applications of quantum computing.

He said: “I can’t say the name of that organisation but I can assure you that organisations like the one I’m describing, and many many more, not only exist but are carrying out secret programmes behind closed doors.”

However, all three photos presented by the supposed time traveller are clever edits of pre-existing photographs, meant to look as if they are from the future.

The first photo is an edit of a mountain forest valley wallpaper hosted on the website 7-themes.com with a floating city pasted in.

The second photo is actually an edited photo of the Antilia building, which is the private home of Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani in South Mumbai, India.

Many of the people who saw the video, saw through the deception and called out ApexTV in the comment section.

YouTube viewer Mike Mathieu said: “These ‘pictures’ look about as real as Japanese animation.”

Vignesh Baidu said: “Next time at least take a selfie so that we can clarify it’s not photoshopped.”

And Richard Labeja said: “The pictures look fake, especially the floating city.

“There perspectives, lighting and contrast look severely inaccurate.”

Is it possible for humans to time travel?

Not according to Professor William Hiscock of Montana State University, or at least not in the form described in the ApexTV video.

The time travel expert said the effects of the time-illation effect allow people to move forward in time but not backwards.

He said: “Time travel into the past, which is what people usually mean by time travel, is a much more uncertain proposition.

“There are many solutions to Einstein’s equations of General Relativity that allow a person to follow a timeline that would result in her (or him) encountering herself – or her grandmother – at an earlier time.

“The problem is deciding whether these solutions represent situations that could occur in the real universe, or whether they are mere mathematical oddities incompatible with known physics.”

Author: Sebastian Kettley
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‘Spain is very safe’- Brit traveller hits out at Johnson’s ‘laughable’ travel rules

Although Spain’s Balearic Islands were placed onto the green watch list at the June 24 traffic light review, the Spanish mainland remains on the amber list. The news came as a devastating blow, with Britons still unable to visit holiday favourites such as Benidorm, Marbella and Alicante without having to quarantine on their return home.

Indeed, up until June 26, 2021, Spanish authorities made it illegal to be in a public place, whether indoors or outdoors, without an adequate face mask.

She continued: “You’d wear a mask on the street and it was mandatory on the beach.

“They even had one rule where if you were running, you have to wear a mask.”

Heightened cleaning measures are also apparent in public places such as shops and restaurants.

“They’re very careful. There is disinfectant everywhere, in every shop you go into.

“On a personal level, I just find it quite frankly ridiculous.”

Ms Taylor also points to Spain’s weather, as a benefitting factor in aiding social distancing.

“In the summer in Andalusia and the Costa del Sol, all of those coastal places you’re on the beach, outside. Its café lifestyle- you’re sitting outside at night.

“That’s the lifestyle of Spain.

“And from April onwards, that’s it. Everyone’s outside because you start getting into like 30-or 40-degree heat, you’re not going to be sat inside.”

According to Ms Taylor, the local Spanish people are “very aware” of the rules in place and why it is important to follow them, particularly after a tough winter.

“I think everybody’s just very aware,” she explained.

“I think because there have been so many deaths in Madrid it does affect everybody in the country and they’re all trying to be good, really.”

Recently, Spain has implemented new entry requirements for Britons who are not yet vaccinated.

Arrivals from the UK must give evidence of either a negative PCR test or proof they have been fully vaccinated.

If not, they now face 14 days of mandatory quarantine.

However, this development was only announced on Monday, before which Spain had welcomed back British tourists with open arms, despite the UK Government’s stance on travel to Spain.

The nation’s place on the amber list, from Ms Taylor’s perspective, is “laughable”.

“I honestly would ask where is England coming from that they can quite frankly dictate that other countries are less safe?

“I’m pretty sure we were one of the worst countries in Europe.

“To me, in my mind, it’s a little bit laughable.”

Ms Taylor believes the decision to keep Spain on the amber list could be one with “political” or “economic” motives behind it.

Her belief has only further been fuelled by Gibraltar’s place on the green list.

“Gibraltar is attached to Spain with thousands of Spanish and expats crossing that border every day to work in Gibraltar.

So if Spain is on the amber list it, therefore, makes no logical sense or reason as to why Gibraltar is on the green list unless its political and economic policy they are driving to boost the UK economy.”

Having travelled already, following the relevant testing and quarantine rules imposed under the traffic light system, Ms Taylor says safety wouldn’t be a barrier in stopping her from returning to Spain.

“If you’re going to the beaches and bigger places in the summer like Andalusia, then I don’t really see the issue if you’re taking the precautions and you’re being safe,” she said.

Ms Taylor added: “My final travel note is why bother with a vaccine if we still can’t travel?”

Author: Aimee Robinson
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‘Time traveller’ in bizarre Tik Tok video claims to have visited 2582

Author: Dan Keane
This post originally appeared on World News – breaking international headlines and exclusives | The Sun

A ‘TIME traveller’ who claims to have visited from 2582 says the Earth will be plunged into darkness in five years time.

The mysterious man made the claims in a bizarre video uploaded to TikTok – where he has amassed over 630,000 followers.

The time-traveller bizarrely claimed the Earth would be plunged into darkness


The time-traveller bizarrely claimed the Earth would be plunged into darkness

He also made cryptic warnings about what would cause the blackout


He also made cryptic warnings about what would cause the blackout

In one of the clips posted to his @timetraveler2582 account, he hints that something big will happen on June 6, 2026.

He says: “Believe or not, this has indeed happened on the June 6, 2026.

“Starting at 00h00 UTC on the June 6, 2026, the Earth will enter into three days of darkness.”

The ‘time-traveller’ does not hint towards what might cause the strange phenomenon, but adds: “Do not look at them.

“Do not look up in the sky at the light coming from the pyramids.

“Do not use any man-made lighting except candles.”

He warns that humans must be “prepared” and stay at home during the blackout.

But some viewers were unconvinced by the prediction and demanded more details, to which the TikTok user responded: “I will explain more in details.

“It should clear all the doubts you have left.”

One wrote: “I’m not gonna lie, I put it on my phone calendar about this Doomsday BUT I’m highly skeptical.”

Another added: “Please tell me that it’s not real I’m scared of the dark and we don’t have any candles. Can we use TVs and phones?”