At the end of Gregorian November, a University of Colorado research team announced the surprising existence of a "sort of glass wall", a barrier surrounding the Earth, protecting it from "killer" electrons called ultrarelativistic electrons. The team and other scientists verifying the discovery are completely puzzled as to how it was created. It is a very sharp dividing line at 7,200 miles from the Earth's surface that deflects deadly cosmic radiation, deflecting the particles' paths around and away from the planet.
The team announced that they had been studying this phenomenon for nearly 2 years from data retrieved by the two Van Allen Probes launched by NASA in 2012 to discover a third, transient “storage ring” between the inner and outer Van Allen radiation belts that seems to come and go with the intensity of space weather...“It’s almost like these electrons are running into a glass wall in space,” said Prof. Daniel Baker, the study’s lead author. “Somewhat like the shields created by force fields on Star Trek that were used to repel alien weapons, we are seeing an invisible shield blocking these electrons. It’s an extremely puzzling phenomenon.”
Color maps of our planet's electromagnetic field produce a rainbow-colored ring around the globe! People--we did it! The Circumpolar Rainbow Bridge is a reality! It is manifest and doing exactly what we intended it to do. 7,200 = Yellow Resonant Human. It's done! Now let's take that success and make even more changes.
Congratulate ourselves, Earth Wizards, spread the news! Aho!
Greg, UcAhau, Sun7