An alleged time traveller is making bold claims that he brought back a photograph from the year 6000.
People from the YouTube channel ApexTV said they met up with the man at an “undisclosed location,” and he told his story with a pitch altered voice and a pixelated face.
The man claims that he was a participant in a top secret government program, in which he traveled through time and space into the quite distant future, for human beings. He claims he took one photo.
The video is currently at about 1.4 million views, with almost as many dislikes as likes.
The man is extremely unconvincing I must admit, but is time travel really impossible?
Many people with some spiritual knowledge suggest it might be possible.
In late 2016, it was reported that a physicist boldly declared time travel was real, and that he is already building a machine.
A theoretical physicist from the University of Connecticut named Ronald Mallett holds the belief that laser beams are an essential key to time travel.
Ronald Mallett began work constructing a machine based around the fact that certain kinds of light can create varying kinds of gravitational fields, and Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity.
The 71 year old man with great ambition explained:
“In Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, both matter and energy can create a gravitational field. This means that the energy of a light beam can produce a gravitational field.
My current research considers both the weak and strong gravitational fields produced by a single continuously circulating unidirectional beam of light.
In the weak gravitational field of an unidirectional ring laser, it is predicted that a spinning neutral particle, when placed in the ring, is dragged around by the resulting gravitational field.”
In a later study, he wrote: “For the strong gravitational field of a circulating cylinder of light, I have found new exact solutions of the Einstein field equations for the exterior and interior gravitational fields of the light cylinder.
The presence of closed timelike lines indicates the possibility of time travel into the past. This creates the foundation for a time machine based on a circulating cylinder of light.”
The theoretical physicist says he thinks actual, physical time travel will not fully come to fruition as in people going through time, but he believes that people will manage to send communications through time in a certain form of neurons, and within the next Century a machine to send messages into the future will appear.