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Where is Elmo?

July 19, 2013

WhereIsElmoIf you have kids, you might remember the Sesame Street Book “Where is Elmo?”  OK, I realize this is a crazy blog and I have a theory that leaves me laughing half the time and crying the other half, and in a way, this blog is therapy for me to get my thoughts out and possibly make some of you feel the same way, I do not know. So bear with me as I spill my guts on the couch to you all as I face a harsh new belief system which I cannot seem to shake loose, no matter how much cognitive therapy I endure. I’m not much for drugs and alcohol to help with the pain, so I endure and share, consider this blog like an AA meeting.

So have you all heard of St. Elmo’s Fire?  If not, here is a short description from Wikipedia

St. Elmo’s fire (also St. Elmo’s light[1][2]) is a weather phenomenon in which luminous plasma is created by a coronal discharge from a sharp or pointed object in a strong electric field in the atmosphere (such as those generated by thunderstorms or created by a volcanic eruption).

463px-Elmos_fire-2-195x253…The power of the goddess, having indeed been manifested in previous times, has been abundantly revealed in the present generation. In the midst of the rushing waters it happened that, when there was a hurricane, suddenly a divine lantern was seen shining at the masthead, and as soon as that miraculous light appeared the danger was appeased, so that even in the peril of capsizing one felt reassured and that there was no cause for fear.— Admiral Zheng He and his associates (Changle inscription) [11]

So here is what my disconnected brain came up with this morning for thoughts as I awoke and continued to think about the uncertainty besieging Boeing’s new 787 Dreamliner.  I forgot to mention the other day one other special thing about the Dreamliner, it does not have a metal fuselage, it has a lighter, carbon-fiber composite fuselage which is not nearly as conductive as a metal shell.  So Boeing went ahead and designed an elaborate lightning protection system embedded in just PARTS of the shell.

“And they embedded a thin copper mesh beneath the outer layer of the airplane’s skin to disperse the current from a strike. In the early design, that mesh was to cover the entire airplane structure. To save weight, the wire-mesh coverage was later restricted to the three areas where lightning commonly strikes an airplane: the nose, wings and tail.”

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St. Elmo’s Fire on a cockpit window

So now here is what my research and theory is telling me.  Let’s say there is some of that “Dark Lightning” in those skies that scientists just discovered or “St. Elmo’s Fire” lurking in those skies the Dreamliner is traveling through like in the picture I show.  My research is telling me that energy source is actually our quantum gravity field stringing and decaying overhead in those jet streams and near thunderstorms, where the Dreamliner spends much of its time travelling.  Now since this dark energy from the Sun is gravitational, electromagnetic and low energy nuclear it will conduct along metal surfaces and arc and discharge through the atmosphere. Unforturnately for the Dreamliner, it has no metal skin and the electromagnetic protection is only partial. Therefore this energy may pass/arc THROUGH the airplane and damage random electronic parts, like maybe the pump that just failed yesterday.

I now believe the Lithium battery fires are only the symptom of a larger problem with that carbon fiber composite shell.  Lithium sucks up energy like a camel sucking water at a desert oasis.  I think dark energy is supplying an overdose to the Lithium in those batteries, triggering the intense heat and fire. That carbon fiber composite shell may be leaving many electrical components within that airliner exposed to excessive electromagnetic discharge from our hidden, dark/vacuum source of energy that is our quantum field.

Uncertainty, certainly.

Godspeed.

From → Geophysics

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