A couple of months ago, a man named Noah claimed that he was from the year 2030. This isn’t the first we heard about someone from the future traveling back in time, although scientists say it’s nearly impossible to do. But it was an eye-opening experience because Noah appeared in a video along with his future self. He even shared his entire name, Noah Novak, in a video posted by ApexTV (because of course).

 

The Noahs did ask to have their faces pixelated and voices distorted because “they” could give the Noahs problems and it’s pretty apparent they have enough of them already. Future Noah tries to corroborate Future-Future Noah’s stories and “facts” about him and apparently they get some of the right. The Noahs claim they had never met before March, but if they’re the same person how could they not “know” each other, but we digress. The point is that the Noahs had a couple alarming warnings for present-day Earthlings.

 

Future Noah told Apex TV that “The aliens are practically allies with the whole world except some religions that they must be dealt with and everything. America is allies with them.”

So there you have it, aliens are invading Earth and the U.S. will buddy up with them. Sounds legit. The problem is those darn scientists that say small-scale time travel to the future is a possible reality, but you can’t travel back in time.

Professor William Hiscock of Montana State University explained the impossibility: “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.”

Head to Page 2 to meet another guy who claims he’s from 2030 and that the Noahs were basically right…