While most of the world focuses on Iran’s development of nuclear technology, and its possible pursuit of nuclear weapons, one Iranian scientist is boldly marching off on a different path.
An inventor in Tehran has registered a “time traveling machine” with Iranian authorities. Ali Razaeghi claims that the machine can make predictions about the future of individual people who touch the device, The Telegraph notes.
Razaeghi says his “Aryayek Time Traveling Machine” has a 98% accuracy rate. He indicated that he spent a decade developing the device, which offers users a print out of its predictions.
The device is reportedly the size of personal computer. It is one of 179 inventions Razaeghi has registered with Iran’s Center for Strategic Inventions.
Such a device would prove invaluable for governments wishing to anticipate future conflicts and financial upheavals, Razaeghi notes.
Western scientists have generally expressed skepticism about even the theoretical possibility of time travel.
Last month, Australian scientists reported that they had successfully cloned the genome of the extinct gastric-brooding frog.