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An Iranian scientist claims that he has invented time machine

World's first time machine mock

Time machines. The one common dream of kids. Only if we could go back to the past or ahead to the future. Well, it looks like we would soon be able to, because the world’s first time machine has been announced, and it is right now in Iran. An Iranian scientist has announced that he has successfully invented the world’s first time machine, which can take you five to eight years in the future.

If you are guessing this time machine is a like a public telephone booth into which you step in, dial a few numbers, and you will be taken to a certain time, or if you are thinking that this is some kind of a vehicle which will transport to certain times, then you are wrong. The inventor says that his time machine can be fit into a briefcase. So how does this work? Well, the device takes as input the touch of the person whose future is to be known. Once the touch is received, the device does some processing and will then print out the forecasts for the next few years.

This device, which is now in Tehran, Iran, has been registered with the Center for Strategic Inventions as “The Aryayek Time Traveling Machine.” The 27-year-old inventor, Ali Razeghi, has 179 other inventions to his name. And according to him, the time machine has been in works since he was 10 years old. The device is said to work with an accuracy of 98 per cent.

Said Razeghi: “Naturally a government that can see five years into the future would be able to prepare itself for challenges that might destabilize it. As such we expect to market this invention among states as well as individuals once we reach a mass production stage.” The reason for why it has not been revealed yet? The inventor says China will steal it.

Source: Slash Gear

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