Iranian scientist claims to invent a real time machine

Iranian scientist Ali Razeghi claims he can predict the future using a time machine device that creates a print-out with details of a person’s life. Supposedly, the machine predicts details within 5 to 8 years in advance with 98 percent accuracy. Razeghi states that the time machine uses complex algorithms which took him ten years to develop, and the entire machine fits within a standard laptop case. So could this be the real deal?

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