Time Traveler Claims to Have Visited India in The Year 2060

ApexTV

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Hey Paranormalis, it's been a long time!

We recently recieved an audio file from a man going by Darryl Dean (he has also sent us audio recordings in the past) and this time in it he tells about what the supposed future of India is in the year 2060.

Here is the video...


Basically he claims to be from 2033 but he went on a mission to 2060 to take notes about what the future of India holds and he went in depth about the months he spent there.

He describes the time travel process, the city he stayed in, the family he met, how the dressed and looked, the time he spent in a VR world, and more.

Let me know what you guys think about this
 

Mr_Zero

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I highly doubt time travel will be realised to the public in 2028. first of all if countries had the ability to time travel they would definitely not release that information. Im pretty sure it would be safer to give every human a nuke then it is to make time travel public.
 

ApexTV

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I highly doubt time travel will be realised to the public in 2028. first of all if countries had the ability to time travel they would definitely not release that information. Im pretty sure it would be safer to give every human a nuke then it is to make time travel public.
That's a good point. He claims that it isn't released to everyone and only special agencies have it in the video.
 

Beholder

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It's told like a fantasy story without any credibility in the voice, nor any realistic detals that someone living it would have mentioned. Not even mentioning the name of the country, due to poor imagination. Every person is competing to show off how futuristic they are, despite only being a few years into the future and they seeing it as their present.

People in the future will struggle to get enough metals for everyone and have to diversify their building techniques, but why not build huge skyscrapers out of metal everywhere and have them done while Putin is still in power.

Name someone Lithium? Sure, that sounds futuristic enough.

Randomly found a little Thorium and now they waste energy like crazy on flying cars, just because it's more futuristic to live the jetson way, not because writing AI is easier for planes than cars.

Many things have no motivation, which is just bad storytelling. He travel to the future and back, but decide to skip a month by not going back to the same time as he left from, paying lots of extra rent for no reason.

The background animation with the big holographic touchscreen has been in sci-fi for almost a century. People tried big touch screens in the 1960's and rejected the concept because it was super painful to stand with arms held out all day long.
 

ApexTV

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It's told like a fantasy story without any credibility in the voice, nor any realistic detals that someone living it would have mentioned. Not even mentioning the name of the country, due to poor imagination. Every person is competing to show off how futuristic they are, despite only being a few years into the future and they seeing it as their present.

People in the future will struggle to get enough metals for everyone and have to diversify their building techniques, but why not build huge skyscrapers out of metal everywhere and have them done while Putin is still in power.

Name someone Lithium? Sure, that sounds futuristic enough.

Randomly found a little Thorium and now they waste energy like crazy on flying cars, just because it's more futuristic to live the jetson way, not because writing AI is easier for planes than cars.

Many things have no motivation, which is just bad storytelling. He travel to the future and back, but decide to skip a month by not going back to the same time as he left from, paying lots of extra rent for no reason.

The background animation with the big holographic touchscreen has been in sci-fi for almost a century. People tried big touch screens in the 1960's and rejected the concept because it was super painful to stand with arms held out all day long.
He said he went to India in downtown Mumbai in the video.

He also said there is a super intelligent AI and I'm sure that if it has the computing power of millions of times the human brain that it could figure out problems that seem incomprehensible to us now.

The background animation was just a stock clip that was futuristic and was not a representation of his story and he mentioned using a virtual reality simulation in the year 2060 indistinguishable from real life.
 

Himalayan Hermit

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8:04 - 8:18:
It may be weird to think that India's the most populated nation in the world??
Umm...No, it's not weird, because it IS on its way to replace China to be the most populated nation.

People moving out of rural areas into cities?
Yes, that's been happening since ages

India's top 3 metros are Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore
Yes, we know that now also.

Rest of the video talks mostly about Scifi (that might come true, who knows) concepts and a mix of what we already know.

All in all, a very poorly made video. I watched it at 1.25x :D
 

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