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‘Time traveller’ claims humans will be taking MOON holidays by 2025

A “TIME traveller form 2030” claims humans will be able to take trips to visit the Moon as early as 2025.

Speaking to YouTube conspiracy channel Apex TV, self-proclaimed time traveller Darryl Dean revealed how we can expect the world to change in the next decade.

The time traveller – who claims he is visiting our time on a brief Back to the Future style holiday – revealed to the channel: “In the year 2025, a base is opened on the moon, and people can actually visit it for a fee.”

But according to Darryl, people quickly start to lose interest in exploring space thanks to advancements in artificial intelligence.

“Eventually, we all start uploading our brains to computers and start simulating realities – but that’s later in the 2060s.”

Darryl also revealed our brains will be fitted with wifi-connected chips by 2021.

The bizarre video has already gained more than 87,000 views since its upload on Tuesday (January 1).

 

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