a reply to: Bedlam
I'm really glad you asked that.
I was looking into that for a couple years.
People don't remember that the sun is of course the largest source of EMF, with perhaps cosmic rays peak energy being an interesting factor, but most
of that secondarily scatters in the upper atmosphere.
You will see people going on about either sunspot minima or maxima in their cycle.. but neither case seems to work.
So I've been keeping an eye out for the time of day that "sightings" occur, as the "phenomenon" seems photo phobic
from the very beginning.
(ya know, things go bump in the night).
Now of course psychologically, the night has always been more terrifying.. and of course if anything emits any light at all, it will be much more
visible at night.
So the premise that the "critters" / phenomenon is 'photophobic' could simply be attributed to those factors.
But the folklore is pretty consistent about "things" coming out at dusk, and "going away" before dawn.
That sure sounds photophobic to me.
Many, many "UFO" encounters follow this same pattern. My own BTUFO sighting was during the latter part
of dusk as well, that is just one data point of course.
My premise is that the phenomenon is a bit fragile.. as any "free-floating energy matrix" would be.. i know
people would think that's not possible.. but throw in some dark matter or something like that.. (hypothetical
I know) or just consider such cryptids might have co-evolved with humans.. so that HUMANS act as the
matrix which keeps these "free floaters" "refreshed" rather like RAMM refreshes.
In short, I have no problem hypothesizing about "energy matrix cryptids".
And I'd say that they would be phobic to a lot of EMF (thus my theory in the OP).
Now to bring it fully back to your question;
if anything, I'd say that high strangeness critters would be less prone to come out of thier
underground / underwater resting spaces (they are 'energy' so no caverns or anything like
that silliness is required) during maxima / coronal mess ejections & around holes in the
I think someone did correlate less sightings during a sunspot maxima, but I'd have to go
looking for it.
I don't think that these factors would be conclusive, even if I could round up the data.
But over the history of man-made EMF n the planet, it seems there is a downward arc-
that's why I made the thread.
PS: this guy says no change wtih minima or maxima:
Thsi ones says minima fits:
edit on 8-6-2016 by KellyPrettyBear because: added links