We were trying to do a meterage post on Monday when lots of us started feeling headaches, but kids, and end-of-summer chores, and back-to-school wrangling got in the way. Anyway, it’s perhaps good we slowed down, ’cause we spotted something. We’ll get to that in a second, but first…
…to begin with, we haven’t been citing the Kiruna riometers much ’cause they look like this:
There were various anomalies early on today:
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Ok, CAT squad #3 got busy with a million things and left this post undone, so ANOTHER squad (CAT Squad #5) had to finish it. It’s actually interesting it happened this way.
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Look at the meters a little later:
AND we had another solar energy bump:
But wait, there’s more:
Let’s do some math. D = RT, right? So, the diameter of the sun is about 865,000 miles, so… let’s say that’s about 2.6M miles for the ship to travel OUT of the sun’s SOURCE portal (!) in this pic, and the exposure time for the LASCO C2 is 26 seconds for one image, so… that object is going about 100,000 miles per second, or 360,000,000 mph. The speed of light is 670,616,629 mph, so the above object is going basically half the speed of light, which is perhaps not as amazing as the fact that it has just exited a gynormous SOURCE portal inside the sun. Are we there, yet?
We’ve had a significant timeline jump… and some strangeness:
Now the fun part. Look at this timelapse. Here’s a (boring) still:
See all those circular things moving all over the place? If you ever craved Disclosure, there it is, over and over again, both spirits and higher-order ETs.
There was also this bit of strangeness from Mauna Loa:
Back to clearing our communications snafu.
Ok, this is interesting. Check out the Wave X WHOMP views for the world and the West Coast of CA on 8-20:
Now… does the weather look markedly different AFTER the Wave X wave passed over? Is this actually showing us a timeline jump BEFORE and AFTER? Weather can change pretty fast, so we’re not entirely convinced. The M’s are looking into it. In the meantime, check it this West Coast iso view of it:
This just looks weird all-way-round: