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“Like the earthquake of 921” predicted by God? 100,000 netizens were slapped in the face during the pilgrimage: waiting for the shake every day

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“Like the earthquake of 921” predicted by God?  100,000 netizens were slapped in the face during the pilgrimage: waiting for the shake every day

A magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck off the coast of Hualien at 7:58 a.m. today.EarthquakeDisasters were reported one after another throughout Taiwan.Some netizens found that the famousFacebookLast night, a netizen from the club “Road Observation Academy” posted a post about the strange scene of clouds in the sky. He said, “Today’s sky is very strange and beautiful.” A netizen surnamed Gan left a comment, “It’s beautiful, but it smells like the evening before the 921 earthquake. I’m scared.” Be careful.” Unexpectedly, a major earthquake occurred in Taiwan more than ten hours later. This message attracted netizens to make a pilgrimage. Media reports continued to boil over, and so far it has been liked by more than 100,000 people. Have done.

Unexpectedly, the Facebook fan page “Taiwan Memes” which is followed by more than 430,000 people on Facebook, found that the netizen surnamed Gan actually did not make accurate predictions, as he often used different methods in different societies to cause earthquakes. Used to leave comments under separate articles, and clearly stated: “Predictions are ridiculous. If you look for any earthquake and weather club, you will find that this person lives there to see earthquakes, earthquakes, and earthquakes. He’s made countless posts in a year in this club alone. Seems like fun to use it as a meme. Yeah, there’s really no need for the media to extensively report on the gods’ creation.”

The Facebook fan page “Taiwan Meme” posted a post with a photo to prove it, causing netizens to leave messages saying, “A broken clock will be accurate twice a day. He’s not predicting earthquakes.” In fact, every day is reminding everyone of the earthquake.” .” “Random firing.” “A bird’s eye view”, “One day you’ll get it right”, “So someone downstairs told him to shut up xD”.

In response, the administrator of the Facebook group “Road Observation Academy” was informed and added to the post, “Someone reminded me that the master is waiting every day. Please see the attached picture.” This once again created heat. Discussion. Some netizens left a message “Every day. They are warning everyone.” “Actually, there are reports of earthquakes every day, so don’t take it too seriously.” “Ha… So he’s not a prophet. … He leaves the same message every day. And then he predicted it on the day of the earthquake.” “It’s just a coincidence. We often see mixed-colored skies in rural areas.”

An earthquake measuring 7.2 on the Richter scale struck off the coast of Hualien at 7:58 am today. A netizen on the famous Facebook group “Road Observation Academy” posted a photo of amazing clouds in the sky last night. A netizen surnamed Gan left a message under the photo, “Beautiful but… the smell of the evening before the 921 earthquake was scary, so be careful.” Image/Taken from the Facebook group “Road Observation Academy”


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The administrator of the Facebook group “Road Observation Academy” also posted a message, saying, “Someone reminded me that the master is waiting every day. Please see the attached picture.” Image/Taken from the Facebook group “Road Observation Academy”


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The Facebook fan page “Taiwan Meme”, which is followed by more than 430,000 people on Facebook, found that the netizen surnamed Gan actually did not make accurate predictions because he often left comments about the earthquake under different articles in different groups . Image/Taken from Facebook fan page “Taiwan Memes”


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The Facebook fan page “Taiwan Meme”, which is followed by more than 430,000 people on Facebook, found that the netizen surnamed Gan actually did not make accurate predictions because he often left comments about the earthquake under different articles in different groups . Image/Taken from Facebook fan page “Taiwan Memes”

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