In the latest attempt to conceal evidence of the magnetic presence of Planet X in the inner solar system, it appears the cover-up has resorted to manipulating BATSRUS modeling parameters.
Formerly providing sequential depictions of Earth's magnetic field every 4 minutes, BATSRUS Y-Cut images on iSWA are now diluted with radically incongruous representations of the particle dynamics affecting Earth's magnetosphere. Since May 9th, BATSRUS has been showing high density particle blasts and calm space weather conditions occurring nearly simultaneously.
And with the addition of images absent of any magnetic field lines but containing the error message: "Selected variable 'N' not a factor", it appears someone is tinkering with the magnetospheric plasma output parameter N for atomic mass unit density in their redefinition of the BATSRUS model.
The below example illustrates:
a. This first image was recorded at 07:48:13 UTC on May 9, 2013. Note the high density particle assault coinciding with magnetospheric compression and eddy flow formation behind Earth.
b. This second image is presented next in the BATSRUS feed, with a time stamp of 07:48:25 UTC - only a fraction of a second after the first image, yet Earth's magnetic field could not possibly have undergone such a broad and nearly instantaneous transition.
d. The following images are presented next on BATSRUS. Note the time stamps and stark contrasts, as if BATSRUS is alternating between two entirely different yet nearly simultaneous data feeds, with an error message suggesting the parameter adjustments are not yet fully debugged.
Given the voluminous evidence BATSRUS has provided attesting to the nearby presence of Planet X, altering the model code such that critical parameters are adjusted when they exceed a defined threshold would not be a surprising move by the cover-up. By muddling the image feed with conflicting magnetic field data, this tool for visualizing Earth's magnetic field is essentially being sabotaged. Such a grave defect may ultimately be used as rationale for its termination.