- Chinese: 冂又㇀丂一定律
- Pronunciation: Mo ke ding lu
Myth of an established law, whereas when you throw something away, more things will disappear along until everything connected to it disappears without a trace. This was first mentioned by Ma Chao but, no one believed it was true. They thought it was just a joke to make people laugh.
Every time Ma Chao said "Mo Ke", he would froze instantly and his face would become very pale (his whole face or body would become gray).
- "Mo Ke" is a Taiwanese expression used to describe something as missing or non-existent.