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Coincidences


DaveRyder Plus
6 4.2k 2 United Kingdom
21 May 2020 9:30PM
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Ex Rueters.

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"It is worth noting that in the first edition of “The Eyes of Darkness” in 1981, the fictional virus was not named after the Chinese city, but after a Russian locality named “Gorki” (Gorki-400). In the original version of the novel, the virus was developed outside of “Gorki” and it was meant to be the “Soviet’s most important, dangerous new biological weapon in the decade”. This is confirmed by a Google Books’ search of the word “Wuhan” in the 1981 edition (here). In this edition “Wuhan-400” brings no results."

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SlowSong Plus
11 8.9k 30 England
21 May 2020 10:14PM

Quote:Please .......

Ex Rueters.

Rueters Link

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"It is worth noting that in the first edition of “The Eyes of Darkness” in 1981, the fictional virus was not named after the Chinese city, but after a Russian locality named “Gorki” (Gorki-400). In the original version of the novel, the virus was developed outside of “Gorki” and it was meant to be the “Soviet’s most important, dangerous new biological weapon in the decade”. This is confirmed by a Google Books’ search of the word “Wuhan” in the 1981 edition (here). In this edition “Wuhan-400” brings no results."


Yes, well, there are still quite a few flat-Earthers out there. We all love a good story, that's why the bible's been so popular all these years. I'm sure Nostradamus must have "predicted" something about Corvid19 too.

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