Yet Another Timeline Jump just now, as picked up by one of the Siberian muon detectors. (And FYI, we just pulled the number 47 out of our back pockets.)
This accompanies other recent energy anomalies:
THEN… we just had this:
This odd capture is due to the sun’s sister-sun companion, whom we call Trudy, causing a gravitic speed bump between the sun and the satellite, pulling it off “true.” Trudy is actually really nice, energywise, feminine to the sun’s masculine energy. It takes all kinds.
Wow. This recent GRB we mentioned in one of the last few posts…
…is the first of its kind. We had a timeline jump 15 hours later, so… hm. Look:
“…It is the first ray of gamma ray ever recorded in the “TeV domain”. Where energy is measured in trillions of electron volts. There where no Grb had ever been seen.
The discovery, if confirmed, is important for at least three reasons. First of all, it will be able to provide the astrophysicists with unprecedented and precious data on one of the most mysterious phenomena in the universe – gamma-ray bursts, whose production mechanisms are still not completely clear. Second, it would be the culmination of a golden period for Magic telescopes, already among the protagonists – on September 22, 2017 – of the detection of the first known electromagnetic signal associated with a cosmic neutrino. Finally, it would pave the way for a particularly coveted research area for Cta , the future Cherenkov Telescope Array.
original source (italian): https://www.media.inaf.it/2019/01/17/grb190114c-magic/
More as we find it. (For those who look, note that Kiruna is looking funny, lately, showing the EXACT same pattern the last few days. Rerun? Caught in a loop? Ca8al interference? We’ll see.)
We had another CME, a weird little one again that we will invariably feel within the next 1-5 days. It’s another upgrade event. Expect kerffuflage.
AND it looks like we had a timeline jump:
And another GRB:
And another timeline jump. Ugh.
Jeez, and ANOTHER timeline jump right now, 1/21/19 at 6:45 pm PST: