For 10 years, Iranian scientist Ali Razeghi worked tirelessly to bring his latest invention to the world: a time machine. But this isn’t just any old time machine — not your usual fancy car or flying telephone booth.
No, this is more of what I’m going to call a Portable Prophesizer™.
Actually, Razeghi has dubbed the device, which is the size of a portable computer, “The Aryayek Time Traveling Machine.” It’s operation is simple: a user touches it, and the device performs some “complex algorithms” and prints out something that outlines the individual’s next eight or so years “with 98 percent accuracy.”
“It will not take you into the future, it will bring the future to you.”
What does such a print-out consist of? I have no idea. But Razeghi seems keen to highlight the machine’s power in the hands of the Iranian government and military, and that the United States is busy trying to create a similar device.
Oh, don’t look at me that way. You know I can’t resist a good time travel yarn.
Update: Just to clarify (and it’s maybe a little depressing that I have to do so), no, I don’t believe this is true. At all. Have a nice day.