Google Translate is traditionally used for translating words and phrases from one language to another. But could it also be predicting a pending apocalypse?
Someone (who clearly has too much time on their hands) discovered that if you type "dog" into Google translate a TON (like 18-20 times) and translate to Maori - a language native to the indigenous people of New Zealand - a really strange message pops up.
Apparently that what happen when you type 'dog' 19 times on Google Translate pic.twitter.com/XsDRBKyUWZ— Dawnshepherd (@TheDawnshepherd) July 24, 2018
Doomsday Clock is three minutes at twelve We are experiencing characters and a dramatic developments in the world, which indicate that we are increasingly approaching the end times and Jesus' return
People are posting screenshots all over the world of this creepy prophecy
If you google translate the word dog 18 times from Maori to English this is what happens pic.twitter.com/iFmRGj1hrK— Scooby Drew (@Cindrewella) July 23, 2018
so this is really creepy and i can’t really explain it, please watch. Google Translate giving prediction of the end of the world when translating “dog” in Yoruba to English... please also note that dog is God backwards pic.twitter.com/k0l5OHt0lY— t͟r͟a͟𝔰h̐̈ (@sydcxx) July 23, 2018
^^^^^WHOAAAAA that last line about dog being God backwards.
A representative says, quote, "Google Translate learns from examples of translations on the web . . . this is simply a function of inputting nonsense into the system, to which nonsense is generated."
But that's one HELL of a glitch dude. Does Google know something we don't know?