Time traveller from 2075 warns of GREAT FLOOD crippling Los Angeles
Finn Sawyer (strangeradiocentral.com), 05/28/2019
A SELF-TITLED time traveller from the year 2075 has bizarrely claimed a great flood will wipe out Los Angeles in just 43 years
The supposed time traveller, hidden behind the safety of a blurred face, has warned of natural cataclysms in the near future. The time traveller, who goes by the name of Kasper, claims to be from the year 2075. Kasper appeared online in a highly-unusual confession tape-of-sorts, to share warnings and revelations about the future. The time traveller’s most shocking admission was the destruction of Los Angeles, California, in the year 2063.
Speaking to YouTube channel ApexTV, the time traveller said: “Shocking things are going to happen in the future. I’m going to share with you one of the most shocking things that you will have ever heard before. You will be absolutely shocked at the information I’m going to give you.”
According to the doubtful time traveller’s testimony, time travel technology will be revealed to the public in the year 2028. Then, in the same year, world governments will reveal to the public the existence of extraterrestrial aliens.
Kasper said: "These are shocking details that are going to happen in the future. So, in the future, I was sent back to the year of 2019 on the public mission to collect data about the past. Because you can go to the past, and you can see certain details and you can read about the past and watch videos talking about the past, however, it takes actually going to the past to get the desired information so we can fill in the details. And I came back to the past with video cameras, with photography equipment, 3D scanners, sonar equipment and all of this equipment that helps me map out the past. And we’re sent for specific missions. I am here in Los Angeles, California, to map out a specific thing that I cannot get into details of."
Los Angeles will be the epicentre of a disastrous flood in just 43 years, according to Kasper.
Is time travel possible?
According to William Hiscock, a professor of physics at Montana State University, moving back and forth through time is best left to the realm of science fiction.
The time travel expert 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 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.”
However, according to astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, there is no such thing as absolute time.
Instead, based on Albert Einstein’s principals of relativity, all time is relative.
The physicist said: “Time is relative, so time can be stretched, for me relative to you. So, time has multiple, sort of, parallel rates at which it flows, depending on the state of who’s making the measurement and the state of who’s in motion, and what conditions they are in.”