Good morning readers. Thanks for coming by for a read this morning.
I doubt anyone’s going to be edified by this, understand what I’m saying, or assign anything serious to it. But I’m going to say it anyway.
Those flux transfer events between earth and Old Sol and their 8 minute dayside intervals are manifesting themselves in a number of indirect, measurable ways a person in his right mind wouldn’t be inclined to attribute to them. The 8 minute gap isn’t actually an 8 minute gap, but is filled in with flux transfer events targeted somehow to other solar system bodies. Those show up as reflected energy detectable and measurable on darkside earth, distinguishable by the magnitudes and distances of the objects doing the reflecting.
The hypothesis, weak enough to begin, weakens further relative to the ‘active’ and ‘passive’ events sunside, spinward and anti-spinword, and the ‘hidden’ events the guy at University of Iowa detected. But there’s a body of indications the passive events are actually the boundary zone where the reflective energy merges and influences the weakening dayside events.
It’s not my intention to persuade anyone to the accuracy of what I’ve said here. The limited testing I’ve done to form the hypothesis has been almost entirely on darkside and twilight-zone data. However, the data I’m using is probably only one of the ways these events are manifesting themselves and being recorded as unrelated phenomena. Anyone with an interest and a smidgen of imagination can probably find other datasets equally measurable and testable.
And anyone not interested enough to do it probably is better qualified to judge whether there’s any validity to it.