Кто-нибудь здесь знаком с этой историей? Мне любопытно узнать об этом больше. Я нашел подписку с 13 тысячами человек, которые, по-видимому, считали, что всемирный контакт будет установлен 18 июля 2021 года. Он довольно хорошо заархивирован по ссылке.


Кто-нибудь здесь знаком с этой историей? Мне любопытно узнать об этом больше. Я нашел подписку с 13 тысячами человек, которые, по-видимому, считали, что всемирный контакт будет установлен 18 июля 2021 года. Он довольно хорошо заархивирован по ссылке.

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  1. I loved that sub! It was surprisingly filled with kind people who had a healthy dose of cynicism, but were intrigued by the narrator and wanted to see how everything panned out. It got me through a rough time during the pandemic.

  2. I was intrigued by the story at the time and followed the events of the day along with others on Reddit. A couple interesting things happened, but not enough to convince me the story was true in the most literal sense.

    At midnight, July 18th, a system meant to detect ionization of meteors entering the Earth’s atmosphere detected a large anomaly:

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Throawaylien/comments/on6lc5/the_july_18th_2021_anomaly_entering_the/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=android_app&utm_name=androidcss&utm_term=1&utm_content=share_button

    The global consciousness project, a network meant to measure disturbances in random number generation linked to human consciousness also detected a significant anomaly on that day, or so they reported. I can’t find a link to the story now which was reported on their website at the time.

    http://www.global-mind.org/

    Other than that, I briefly saw a strange pattern of fuzzy distortion on the ISS night time camera some time after midnight that looked too symmetrical to be the usual space rays but nothing else.

    That was a fun evening.

  3. Idk if most of the people believed it I think (at least personally) it was just a lot of fun. The buildup and the day of collectively spouting theories was fun as shit. I never actually believed something would happen but it was just the fact that so many people were involved in it.

    That being said there were some true believers and they could be annoying but most were not.

  4. Not all people subscribed believed the story, it was just interesting to read and the author added many little details that were a nice touch, also he developed alien characters that you could affectionate to, lol.

    Pretty much like reading sci-fi imho.

  5. Yeah it was pretty active for a while. I definitely braced for contact that day/night. What was weird was overnight we had the worst lightning storm we’d ever experienced in San Diego, along with many other cities around the world that never had storms like that. There wasn’t even any rain but it was loud as hell and super scary. Still no contact (as we know it) but a community of really cool people nonetheless.

    Edit — typo

  6. With the caveat that I tend to be excessively trusting, I don’t think he was lying. I don’t know if he was having a mental health crisis or if they aliens change their mind or what. But I didn’t get fiction vibes.

  7. Yeah turns out it was a larp, and last post of the larper showed that he was mentally disturbed / very unstable / fucked up guy. Writing things about falling in love with alien or some mental shit. Most funny thing is even after this post there was a fanboys who believed him lol.

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