While there may be many theories about the virus that originated in the Wuhan Province of China, a new one will leave you amazed.
Recently and an excerpt from Dean Koontz’s book The Eyes of Darkness began doing the rounds on the web that suggest that the author had predicted the rise of Cronoanavirus 40 years ago.
A user shared the image of the book and an excerpt from the same that mentions something called Wuhan 400. The excerpt calls Wuhan-400, the perfect weapon. The one that affects only human beings.
“The Chinese could use Wuhan-400 to wipe out a city and a country, and then there wouldn’t be any need for them to conduct a tricky and an expensive decontamination before they moved in and took over the conquered territory,” it adds.
Nevertheless, the story that leads to the aforementioned dreading statement is a mystery to us becasue we haven’t read the same. You can try reading the same and do tell us what it is all about.
Meanwhile, the claim has got the nwetizxens busy in the comment section.
Oh— Farheen javid (@jfarrheen) February 18, 2020
Maybe it's not juz a co incidence and these Chinese scientists actually read this novel and formed a novel corona virus…who knows only Almighty knowsss…
Somewhere I found this too.. pic.twitter.com/ZApV0JtQCG— Anurag (@moderncrusader) February 17, 2020
I said I suspected it was a biological weapon to be used as a form of population control!— Dr. Sharon Richert (@srichert49) February 16, 2020
What ?? pic.twitter.com/jSDeE96VI6— Shubhi (@MishraShubhs) February 17, 2020
Read most of Dean Koontz books and enjoyed how descriptive they were. This, however, is a little too close to the 🦴 😱— Stephen Wayman (@Swaydogg) February 16, 2020
It’s not strange, if the writer has a sense of history and knows China: Wuhan was also the starting point for the 1911 revolts and that spread more or less around the same axes as the virus now. Wuhan has been the heart of country wide public transportation even before HSR.— Jeffrey Broer (@jebbery) February 17, 2020
It's funny how people take things out of context so quickly, without going into details. Unlike as in 2nd paragraph, corona CAN actually survive on surfaces without a host for even 5 days, also living creature other than humans can OBVIOUSLY carry it too! See how it started.— Devendra Goyal (@iam_dkg) February 17, 2020
All the writers including myself say that fiction is a reality in another dimension. Guess sometimes that dimensional barrier has been broken.— Itai Schwartz (@itai_schwartz) February 17, 2020