How will the damage from electro-magnetic pulse caused by Planet X differ from that caused by the solar flares or lightning man is familiar with? As we have often mentioned, man is only aware of a few sub-atomic particle flows, less than 1/1000 of those known to the Zetas. Thus our explanation cannot be given by citing only those particles known to man. It is more than electro-magnetic flows that are generated. It is more than the flow of electrons in space, what has been termed recently in your media as Dark Lightning. We explained at the start of the ZetaTalk saga that the path lightning takes is laid out and readied by other particles, similar to electrons, else how did the electrons find their way?  

The Earth is currently in the grip of two magnetic fields – the Sun’s dominant field and the approaching field of Planet X. The Earth stands upright in side-by-side alignment with the Sun, but Planet X attempts to accommodate the Sun by laying along its magnetic field lines, which at present is causing it to point its magnetic N Pole outward toward the Earth. This can be seen in the dramatic Red Filter photos Alberto takes, where Planet X, to the right, blows its charged tail across the face of the Sun so the Moon Swirls cluster at the left of the Sun. The magnetic field of Earth has increasingly skewed during this blast so that the Earth’s magnetic N Pole has been pushed to Siberia, and the Earth into a more exaggerated wobble. 

As man is aware, electrons and magnetons like to flow together. This is the reason an electrical field can be generated by rapid movement around a magnet. By blasting the Earth from the side, Planet X is creating hot spots where magnetons are crowded, and this attracts electrons to those hot spots. When rock is under pressure, there is also an electric screech that alarms animals in the area and creates static on nearby radios, as water within the rock can conduct electricity more readily when the rock is squeezed. What happens then, when a temporary magnetic hot spot forms over rock under pressure,  which the bending Sunda Plate endures, which happens to be under water, a known electric current conductor? The crowded electro-magnetic field will ground, and the electronics in the hapless plane in its path silenced. 


* Dark lightning:

* Lightning Bolts:

* What is an electromagnetic pulse?:

An electromagnetic pulse—EMP, is an intense burst of electromagnetic energy caused by an abrupt, rapid acceleration of charged particles, usually electrons. An EMP can contain elements of energy over a large part of the electromagnetic spectrum, from very-low-frequency radio, to ultraviolet, wavelengths.

A typical example is a lightning strike that produces a localized EMP. As the lightning makes contact, it can direct a large electrical current in nearby wires. A single current surge can damage sensitive electronic circuitry, such as wires and connection contained in computers and ancillary equipment.

By definition, an explosion results from the very rapid release of a large amount of energy within a limited space. This definition applies to a lightning strike, a conventional explosive like dynamite, as well as for a nuclear detonation. However, the energy produced by any one of these explosions results from different means. Understand that all explosions are relative. The effects of the shock wave are directly proportional to the amount of electromagnetic energy associated with the detonation. Its force and effect depend on the quantity of energy associated with the explosion.

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Comment by Juan F Martinez on September 28, 2017 at 2:09pm

BREAKING NEWS: Airlines plunged into chaos as check-in systems crash at airports around the world including in London, Paris and Washington DC

  • Problems have been reported in Charles de Gaulle Paris, London Gatwick, Washington DC, Melbourne, Changi in Singapore, Johannesburg and Zurich 
  • Passengers are reporting huge delays at check in desks at a number of airports
  • The computer system said to be hit by the glitch is used by 125 airlines 

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Comment by M. Difato on May 22, 2017 at 6:04am

Space Station Astronauts to Take Surprise Spacewalk Tuesday to Replace Failed Computer Relay

 May 21, 2017  CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – NASA astronauts will take an unplanned spacewalk Tuesday  (May 23) to replace a failed data relay box outside of the International Space Station, restoring critical  redundancy to the orbiting outpost, agency officials said Sunday (May 21).

The failed device, known as a multiplexer/demultiplexer, or MDM, was installed on March 30 during a spacewalk by NASA astronauts Peggy Whitson, now the station's commander, and then-flight engineer Shane Kimbrough, who returned to Earth last month. Whitson will perform Tuesday's spacewalk repair with fellow NASA astronaut Jack Fischer who arrived at the orbiting laboratory in April. [Watch: Whitson and Fischer Play Zero-G Water Ping Pong]

The MDM, one of two located on the outside of the station's S0 segment of the station's backbone-like main truss, controls exterior U.S. systems, including solar arrays, cooling loops, radiators and other equipment.
The upgraded MDM failed on Saturday (May 20), NASA officials said in a statement, adding that the crew was never in any danger.

"The cause of the MDM failure is not known," the statement said.

After the failure, the station switched over to the spare MDM, but NASA wants to restore redundancy as quickly as possible.

Station program managers met on Sunday to assess troubleshooting efforts and decided to replace the failed unit with a spare.

Working inside the station, Whitson spent Sunday assembling and testing a new MDM, which will be installed during a two-hour spacewalk Tuesday. The unit measures 10.5- by 14.9- by 16.4 inches (27- by 38- by 42 centimeters) and weighs 51 lbs. (23 kilograms.)

Whitson and Fischer conducted the station's last spacewalk on May 12. The station’s current crew also includes two Russian cosmonauts and French astronaut Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency.

The MDM failure and replacement is not expected to impact next week's launch of a SpaceX Dragon cargo ship to the station, NASA spokesman Dan Huot said.

Launch of a Falcon 9 rocket with the Dragon freighter currently is targeted for June 1.

Tuesday's spacewalk is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. EDT (1200 GMT). NASA's live webcast coverage will begin at 6:30 a.m. EDT (1030 GMT).

 You can watch the webcast live here, courtesy of NASA TV.

A critical computer has failed on NASA's $100 billion space station and astronauts are gearing up for emergency repairs

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla (Reuters) — A pair of astronauts will venture outside the International Space Station on Tuesday for an emergency spacewalk to replace a failed computer, one of two that control major US systems aboard the orbiting outpost, NASA said on Sunday.

Comment by Juan F Martinez on March 18, 2017 at 6:02pm

Brilliant! Thank you, Kojima.

Comment by Matt B on March 18, 2017 at 4:23pm

Magnificent post! Very easy to understand when laid out in visual format like this.

Thank you for all your efforts, Kojima!

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