Scientists Are Baffled by Strange Arctic ‘Pinging,’ So the Internet Came Up With a Theory: Cthulhu
Now, we all know this election season has been, shall we say, less than desirable, but is it really that bad to be able to wake an ancient, mythological creature powerful enough to wipe out the planet? C’mon. It will never be that serious!
A full-scale investigation has been launched which included a 90-minute survey of the seabed by the military, but no strange noise was encountered. The locals, on the other hand, say different. Many have called into radio stations to report the noise, and some have even blamed Greenpeace as the cause of it in an attempt to thwart animal hunting in the area. “Not only would we not do anything to harm marine life, but we very much respect the right of Inuit to hunt and would definitely not want to impact that in any way,” Greenpeace spokesperson Farrah Khan said. Of course, only Twitter has been able to theorize the real threat: Cthulu, awakening just in time to save the world (by destroying it) from the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election.
Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn. https://t.co/d2JyjuLJu2— Jay Barbarich (@MyAcademy) November 5, 2016
Something wakes in the arctic ocean, pinging for attention. I call Cthulhu & our inevitable doom.— Stefan Andrew (@WezzyStef907) November 6, 2016
Cthulhu rising would just about top off 2016 https://t.co/oPH4Z7qkCs— Edward Packard (@paxcyclist) November 5, 2016
I for one welcome Cthulhu, our new overlord. https://t.co/VZCBTgcbBr— Dhruva Jaishankar (@d_jaishankar) November 5, 2016
All hail Cthlulu, I guess.
The smart ones flee. https://t.co/ZuQXBZXOoy— Cthulhu for America (@cthulhu4america) November 4, 2016