“Portals” – great gaps in time or space that can send people away in time or space.
Well, it seems to be real, and a NASA researcher has found the way to be discovered.
Jack Scudder is a physicist at the University of Iowa, which identified “spatial portals hidden in the earth’s magnetic field, which open and close dozens of times each day,”; the researcher collected data from THEMIS instruments from NASA and cluster, ESA, focused on terrestrial magnetosphere since the ’90s.”We call points X and electron diffusion regions. There are places where the Earth’s magnetic field is connected with the Sun, creating an uninterrupted corridor between the two atmospheres of celestial bodies at a distance of 150 million kilometers apart, “says Scudder.Portals are placed tens of thousands of kilometers away from our planet, where the geomagnetic field intersect with solar winds. Most portals are small and ephemeral, while others are wide open, broad and sustained. Feeds huge energetic particles can pass through these openings, warming the upper atmosphere of the Earth, causing geomagnetic storms and triggering bright polar auroras. NASA is planning a mission called “MMS,” Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission, to be launched in 2014, to study the portals.