CATASTROPHIC flooding will engulf vast swathes of the United States as early as 2030, with all of California and Florida entirely “submerged”, a map from an alleged “time traveller” has claimed.
The outlandish assertion was made during an online video released by conspiracy YouTube channel ApexTV. “Noah”, who claims to be a time traveller from 2030, showed a map which purports to demonstrate how the US will look after devastating flooding. The so-called time traveller said it was proof of the devastating impact of climate change.
He said: “I am not joking. This is not a giant lie – I really am a time traveller.
“I have the evidence to show it.”
“Noah” then proceeded to produce a map of the US, which he claimed showed what the global superpower will look in the year 2030.
He said: “This, right here, is the future map of the United States of America.
“Obviously, it’s shocking. Florida is nothing, now, California, too.
“Anything by water is completely flooded.”
The alleged “time traveller” went on to assert the whole of California and Florida would become “submerged in water” in 11 years’ time.
He continued making bizarre claims, saying Miami would be “covered completely” with water.
He said: “This is a new age, in 2030, the United States is no longer how it is now.
“If you live by the coast, be ready.”
The supposed time traveller blamed the rising sea levels and consequent decimation of entire states on the “melting ice caps” which he said was a result of climate change.
He said: “People believe constantly global warming isn’t real – but it just ends up happening.
“There are no irreversible steps – it just happens.”
However, a number of YouTube users took the comments section of the strange video to debunk the assertions made by the man who calls himself Noah.
One said: “2030 is only 11 years away. This guy talks like it’s 100 years from now.
“Is life really all that much different in 2018 than it was in 2007?
“Other than improved technology nothing has changed that much.
“So why would 2030 be that much different from today?”
Another was quick to offer a rational explanation, penning: “Well if the oceans rise around America then why is it that the east and west coast are affected but Texas, Lousiana, Mississippi and the southern states in the Gulf other than Florida aren’t affected, wouldn’t the ocean rise all around and not just the east and west coast?
“I call bullsh*t.”