‘Time traveller from 2609’ claims to know when robots will take over the world

A mysterious social media user, who claims to be a "time traveller from the year 2609", has claimed to know when "robots will take over" the planet.

'Aqua Traveller', who posts online under the username @aqua_time_traveller, has gained more than 1,800 social media followers from sharing their ominous warnings about the future — with everything from new planets to natural disasters.

But in their latest warning, the self-professed time-warper claimed to know the dates of some "big events" to come — including the exact date of the robot uprising.

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In the clip, which has gained more than 2,700 views, they wrote: "These big events and their dates… February 17, 2103, robots are officially going to take over the world."

TikTok viewers were left baffled as they took to the comments to stunned over the warning as they took to the comments to give their opinion.

One user said: "February 17 is my birthday but the year…"

Another commented: "Yeah, definitely."

A third added: "Totally."

However, other users were alarmed by another warning given in the clip, which stated that "dogs will be extinct on 9 December 2046."

A terrified user wrote: "The dog one has to be fake."

A second penned: "I don't believe."

"Ok, how are dogs gonna go extinct?" a third asked.

The news comes after a " time traveller from 2671" reckons that parents will be able to genetically modify their kids by the end of 2023.

Eno Alaric, who is also known as @theradianttimetraveller, has gained more than 26,000 followers for posting warnings about supposed future events.

The creator has previously made warnings about twin planets with Earth, alien visitors and even portals opening to other dimensions.

But now, the self-professed time-warper has claimed parents are just months away from being able to choose the best genes for their children to eradicate genetic conditions and even their appearances.

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