Is time travel real? 'Time traveller' from 2,600 warns AI rules humans under RED SKIES

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Is time travel real? 'Time traveller' from 2,600 warns AI rules humans under RED SKIES

The disguised woman who introduced herself as Mia claimed to have been recruited into a secret US program before she finished high school. The alleged time traveller said she was offered good money to travel nearly 600 years into the far future where the world is completely different to how we know it today. Speaking to paranormal investigators from YouTube channel ApexTV, Mia said she wants to shed light on her incredible story.

She said: “It feels weird to be saying this on camera but I believe the world deserves to know.

“I was involved in a classified program in the United States in which I got the chance to visit the future.”

According to the young woman, the world of the future faces the irreparable consequences of climate change, the rise of artificial intelligence and aliens settling on Earth.

By the year 2,600, the concept of independent nations will cease to exist and humans will be ruled over by a World Government run by AI.

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Time travel claim: This woman claims to have been to the year 2,600 (Image: GETTY/APEXTV)

At the same time, humans will supposedly live in 11 mega-cities spread across the globe where they will coexist with smart robots and aliens.

The time traveller said: “I visited the year 2,600 and it’s very hard to explain to you what it was like because it’s so different from the world we live in today.

“I saw robots, aliens and human beings all living together in peace.

“I walked around this city and the buildings around me looked like they were miles high.

“I talked to the people from this time and they told me how the world has changed.

I visited the year 2,600 and it’s very hard to explain to you what it was like

Mia, alleged time traveller

“They said that the red sky was caused by global warming and that they all had microchips in them that made them smarter than their brains normally were.

“When I asked where I was, I was inside one of the 11 megacities and they gave it this weird name that I can’t remember.

“They said countries no longer existed and that the whole world was governed by AI.”

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Time travel claim: The woman said artificial intelligence will rule a World Government in the future (Image: APEXTV)

The supposed time traveller then said carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and global warming are some of the biggest issues facing mankind in the coming centuries.

She urged people to fix the problem of global warming before it is “too late”.

However not everyone who saw the time traveller’s confession tape was convinced by the incredibly bizarre story.

Philip Robertson said: “A high school student was pulled out of class to take part in a time travel experiment? Really? Seriously?”

Michael Fogarty said: “I usually have an open mind but the lack of information makes me hear her ‘story' as just that – a story.”

And Miguel Rodriguez added: “I highly doubt that they'd choose some kid at random for this, that is, if it was true.

“I think the selection process for testing this technology would be a great deal more careful, and they'd probably choose some special forces soldier to do the job and to blend in unnoticed.”

Most scientists will also agree the type of time travel described by the young woman is not achievable by modern technology.

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Time travel claim: Not everyone was convinced by the incredibly bizarre story (Image: APEXTV)

William Hiscock, a professor of physics at Montana State University, explained: “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 equation of General Relativity that allow a person to follow a timeline that would result in her or him encountering himself – 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 mathematical oddities incompatible with known physics.”

Mia is not the first self-professed time traveller to approach ApexTV with bizarre claims about the future.

Earlier in November a man known as  by the year 2030.

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