TikTok Time Traveler Shares 2024 Predictions

The TikTok famous Time Traveler has been dropping videos with warnings about the future since 2023. Keep in mind that this is listed as an entertainment account, but some of his predictions are almost correct.

2024 Houston Tornado

Now, I'm not going to analyze all of Radient Time Traveler's TikTok videos, I thought I would randomly fact-check one of them.

In a video dated July 7, 2023, he predicted - or told us since he has already been through it with time travel - that there would be an F6 tornado in Houston, Texas.

@radianttimetraveler 2024 is the year of extinction… #fyp #foryou #timetravel #timetraveler #radianttime #viral #xyzbca #entertainment ♬ Black Hole - Soundridemusic

PHOTO: https://www.tiktok.com/@radianttimetraveler
PHOTO: https://www.tiktok.com/@radianttimetraveler

Fact Check:

There was a tornado in the Houston, Texas area on Monday, January 8, 2024. It was an F3, not an F6, and the date was off by about a month. But, there was a tornado in the Houston, Texas area this year. I'm not sure if this qualifies as street cred in the time travel world or not.

Asteroid Watch

I did a deep dive into some asteroid research and found out that NASA is monitoring any and all objects that could get too close to the Earth. So, this is a concern in real life, not just in the movies. The research also notes that an asteroid won't be close enough to damage Earth for about 200 years.

TikTok Time Traveler 2024 Warnings

@radianttimetraveler 30 day issues… #fyp #fypage #timetravel #timetraveler #entertainment #radianttime #xyzbca #viral ♬ Black Hole - Soundridemusic

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