A man who claims to be a time traveller from 2030 has purportedly passed a lie detector test.
In a video uploaded to YouTube by ApexTV, which reports on paranormal activity, the man known as Noah, whose face and voice are distorted to protect his identity, sits through the assessment claiming he's stuck in 2018.
The presenter notes that lie detector tests aren't 100 per cent correct.
According to Live Science.com, you can beat a lie detector test by changing your heart rate by thinking about something exciting or scary.
Noah says he has no evidence he's from the future.
He adds he can give some predictions for the future but not all of them "due to a paradox".
When asked if he's a time traveller, Noah replies, "yes".
A ding is heard with the word "true" appearing on the screen.
The tester is also never seen but Noah has what appears to be a heartrate monitor on his left arm and wires on his right fingers.
He claims he travelled backwards through time using a giant dome underground surrounded with electricity.
Among his claims are: Donald Trump will be re-elected president, global warming has gotten worse, people will be living on Mars after moving to the red planet in 2028, artificial intelligence will improve and humans will discover "intelligent alien life".
He says in 2030, the US President is a person called Ilana Remikee.
The video also shows an X-ray of Noah's wrist claiming a piece of time travel technology has been implanted under his skin.
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One YouTube user said they were sceptical because "all Apex TV does is flashes an answer on the screen with a ding noise".
"That doesn't truly validate the lie detector if he was telling the truth or not," the user said.
Other have noted most of his claims about the future aren't that surprising and the interviewer asks mainly closed questions with yes or no answers.
In a previous video, Noah claims he is 50 years old but took an age-reversing drug to be 25 again. He also says time travel has been around since 2003 but hasn't been made public yet.