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Originally posted by ObservingTheWorld
This is accelerating fast. From what I understand is we have two dimensions converging. While very rare, it does happen. Transference of energy is the first sign. We have seen this in the recent 'SuperStorms'. Now the energy grid in Texas. There should be more world wide reports of disasters.
From the VERY little I understand, each dimension has its own 'frequency', so to speak. These are not constant, but do vary slightly due to 'universal' forces (i.e. crossing the galactic plane). This causes the 'frequency' of a dimension to vary slightly more than usual and you get two dimensions trying to occupy the same space. The closer the 'frequencies', the more interference you have between the two. So long as the 'frequencies' do not match exactly, it shouldn't be too much of a problem. Keep an eye on the Sun and other planets as they should be affected also.
Originally posted by OmegaLogos
reply to post by OmegaLogos
Explanation: And as I promised above ... [please pat my memory with a star thank you! ]
Rifle-Toting Terrorists Called Major Threat to U.S. Power Grid (by Phoenix posted on 24-11-2012 @ 09:55 AM) [ATS]
Personal Disclosure: Things .. just got a bit deeper and darker and murkier just before xmass.
I hope everybody has their tin foil hat tightly on.
Ima get :w:
The phenomenon that caused the fires, known as “tracking,” can occur when dust accumulated on the insulators of utility poles comes into contact with heavy fog conditions, according to experts. The moisture, combined with caked-on elements, can act as a conductor of sorts, causing electricity in the power lines to arc and the poles to catch fire, several experts said.
Although emergency and power officials said isolated incidents are not necessarily uncommon, several said the sheer number of such fires in such a short period of time Thursday morning was unique.
Hilco Electric Cooperative, which serves Dallas, Ellis, Hill, McLennan and Johnson counties, had 26 poles catch fire — 24 of them in Hill and McLennan Counties, assistant general manager Lea Sanders said.
“We haven’t experienced anything of this magnitude before,” said Sanders, who has worked at Hilco for 13 years.
“It’s an anomaly.”
Originally posted by prophetboy12
reply to post by schmae
Opinion, the many CMEs and solar events seem to be stacking electromagnetic energy on top of electromagnetic energy that for some reason is resonating first in Texas. We had a strong CME a few days ago that did not arrive as they thought it would.