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Iranian Scientist Claims to Have Built "Time Machine"


(SNN) - Iran is now in possession of a “Time Machine” that has the ability to report a person's future up to six years, according to Iran's Center for Strategic Invention. Ali Razeqi, the 27 year old Managing Director, claims his device will print out a report detailing an individual's future after using complex algorithms to predict his or her fate with extreme accuracy.

Chinese leading economic eCommerce analysts responded to the news by claiming China has had this device for two years and claims that Iran bought it from China for $19.95 (CDN) from suspected State run online website www.chinavasion.com. “They not invent it, we invent it,” claimed Wing Flung Du, “The Iranians are liars, they even used PayPal!”

With the news of a “Time Machine” in possession of the Middle East as well as communist China, the stability of the world is uncertain.

It was reported that North Korea had obtained a unit from China, but wanted a full refund when the exaulted leader for life, Kim Jung Un, tried to generate a future report for himself but did not receive a print-out.

China refused to return North Korea's payment.

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