Hyderabad: Images claiming to be featuring 5D medical beds have gone viral on Facebook. The claim stated, "The concept of death' will soon be a thing of the past. 5D medical beds made with crystalline heart-based technology will soon make every 3D hospital obsolete. Soon this newfound freedom will make 'time' a thing of the past. You will always be doing what you love to do. Financial equality among the masses will open the door for a wellspring of evolutionary opportunities. Endless funds for humanitarian projects. Space travel. Interplanetary Trade. Star Trek wasn't a movie. It was a documentary. It had to be this way. We had to show you this way. It was the only way you would [listen]. There is a plethora of life-altering things that were kept from us. We are here to return the hidden knowledge to you. Piece by piece. Day by day. Night by night. Until the whole truth is told. Full disclosure. The event is imminent. God Bless. Love you All."


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Fact Check:

The claim about viral images featuring 5D medical beds is FALSE.

When the image is searched using Google Reverse image search, we found that these images were shared several times on Pinterest with the caption 'Futuristic Sci-Fi Laboratory 3D'.

We also found the same image on the website named Turbosquid.com which features professional 3D models. According to the website, these models are used by game developers, news agencies, architects, visual effects studios, advertisers, and creative professionals around the world.

A description for the product read: "High Polygon 3D model of Futuristic Sci-Fi Laboratory. Detailed and realistic. Suitable for visualizations, advertising renders, and others."

The viral image was shared under the caption sci-fi laboratory model 3D by Cermaka. When the other work by the artist Cermaka was searched, we found all three viral images shared with the claim '5D medical beds'.

https://www.turbosquid.com/Search/Artists/cermaka

These images can be purchased from this site.

So, the images shared with the claim of being 5D medical beds made with crystalline heart-based technology, soon to make 3D beds at the hospitals obsolete, are actually 3D models of sci-Fi futuristic labs intended to be used by game developers, news agencies, etc.

Therefore, the claim that viral images are 5D medical beds is FALSE.


Claim Review :   Viral images with claim of 5D medical beds
Claimed By :  Social Media Users
Fact Check :  False

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