TIME TRAVELER FROM 1980S WENT TO THE FUTURE
Time travelers are few and far between. A time traveler from the 1980s who went to the future in 2118 claims that there will be robot human relationships. He brought a camera with him. Since he traveled from the 1980s he didn’t have a smart phone. He saw all sorts of stuff, including flying cars. Many people had legs and other people walking without legs, like droids. He woke up in the future in a hospital bed. A nurse came up to him and asked him why he was dressed so weird. Mostly because in the future everyone dresses in white clothing and long sleeves.
ALEXANDER SMITH SAYS EVERYONE WEARS WHITE AND CARS FLY IN 2118
Alexander Smith was found on the side of a road passed out and wearing a suit. He also explained that music is fed into auditory nerves via a small needle. He said that he was working for the CIA in 1981, and that they gave him assignment. To go to the future! When he came back to the present day (because he spent a few decades researching 2118) he told his family that he had broken some rules. Smith is now fearful that he CIA is looking for him and has decided to go into hiding. He may have revealed too much about flying cars and droids.
THE GOVERNMENT CONFISCATED HIS PHOTOS OF FLYING CARS AND DROIDS
He alleges that the government confiscated the few photos that he did take of the future, but he did make a copy of it. He further explains that aliens do visit us in the twenty first century. They are intelligent life forms and interact with humans. He saw droids and flying cars, and spent a lot of time there.
OTHER TIME TRAVELERS REVEAL THE FUTURE AND WE CAN NOW CHANGE IT
He said that the number one threat to human race is combating global warming. There have been other time travelers, such as a man named Noah who traveled to 2030. But, not many people found him convincible, despite him passing a lie detector test. Noah did not speak of flying cars and droids. But he did explain that Donald Trump will remain President in 2020. That feels like getting grabbed in the Hey There, Pussycat.