The controversial teen activist Greta Thunberg has taken over the internet in the last few months. With her climate change activism and her bold outlook - she has been the star of the show for a long time now.
And unsurprisingly, she has made headlines again, but the reason behind it is what's surprising - and honestly, a little crazy. A photo has recently begun to circulate on the internet, which is estimated to have been taken about 120 years ago. The photograph is authentic and was found the digital collection of photos at the University of Washington.
The photo shows three children operating a rocker at a gold mine on Dominion Creek, Yukon Territory, in roughly 1898. The twist? There is a young girl on the extreme left in the photo that seems to look exactly like Greta Thunberg.
This is not the first time that this has happened with a celebrity. Every now and then an old photo pops up that looks like someone famous, with Nicolas Cage and Keanu Reeves being one of the most notable examples of this internet trend.
However, in the case of Greta, experts believe that this is just a matter of a common face.
Do you think that this could be a little evidence of time travel? We asked a few people to see what they thought.
Is This Time Travel?
"Ah, the good old internet doing its job of being just plain crazy. That's literally a photo from 1898. That was like uncountable years ago? Why does the internet jump onto things with the most random of theories with absolutely no logic, and then claim it's "possible." Like, shut up. It's garbage." said Niyati, 24.
"If I think this is time travel, I'll be forced to believe that the lizard people are real. And I don't really want to do that. So no, it's very obviously not time travel. Get a grip, internet." Sohail, 22.
"You can show the internet a picture of an ant and they'd think it's an ant that works with the Illuminati if you just add a triangle next to it. To think that we have access to all this knowledge and information at the click of a button, yet we choose to make up trash theories is bizarre." Ila, 19 said.
"Listen, this is like that Nicholas Cage meme. But the thing is, at least that was a meme - this is real news apparently. What a strange world we live in honestly. Tomorrow I'm going to wake up to the headline "Donald Trump was actually just three children under a big suit." - but then again, that would be believable." Sailee, 27.
In conclusion, don't be an internet bakra folks, and do not believe conspiracy theories with absolutely no logic.