Time Machine: NASA Launching MMS to discover hidden portals in Earth’s Magnetic Field

Are We Getting Closer Towards Being Able To Travel Through Time?

By Nicole Burgess

In 2014, NASA will be launching its MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission) to explore Jack Scudder’s (NASA funded University of Iowa researcher) new discovery of hidden portals in Earth’s magnetic field. This mission will include four separate spacecrafts working as a team to observe these portals. “…The magnetic field of Earth connects to the magnetic field of the Sun, creating an uninterrupted path leading from our own planet to the sun’s atmosphere 93 million miles away,” explains Scudder.

NASA defines a portal as “an extraordinary opening in space or time that connects travelers to distant realms,” and mentions “A good portal is a shortcut, a guide or door into the unknown.”

This recent discovery was actually not found by the use of new technology. To learn how to pinpoint the opening and closing of a portal, Scudder used the data from a space probe that orbited Earth over 10 years ago.

“In the late 1990s, NASA’s Polar spacecraft spent years in Earth’s magnetosphere,” explains Scudder, “and it encountered many X-points during its mission.”

It is said that the portals – or x-points – open and close dozens of times per day at unexpected intervals without any warning. Magnetic portals are known to be invisible, unstable and elusive.

The opening and closing of such x-points can have some strange effects. Bright polar auroras are one result, but another outcome is geomagnetic storms – temporary disturbances in Earth’s magnetosphere. These storms release very high-energy particles that can cause radiation poisoning in humans and most mammals.

The use of these portals to explore faraway places in less time is still not yet a reality. This is due largely to the danger that it involves and the lack of knowledge that is involved in these portals. Perhaps someday in the far future, travel through the use of portals will be safe and available to everyone, and science fiction movies will become a reality. For now, there is still a lot unknown.

7 Responses to "Time Machine: NASA Launching MMS to discover hidden portals in Earth’s Magnetic Field"

  1. Bret   August 20, 2012 at 12:46 am

    you guys thinking just for a little problem,mostly benefit to mankind
    ,but im thinking studying outside the earth is the most important thing & the bigger problems
    if blackholes reach us then thats a big problem,not money,houses,cars,,gadgets etc… its just for satisfaction or mybe ur own benefit tho

  2. reygood   July 7, 2012 at 12:29 am

    Too fantastic! What an imagination! What a way to get funds!

  3. Rick   July 6, 2012 at 6:01 pm

    what a horrible way of thinking ^^ Mel…it’s people like you that hold the world behind…stupid as usual.

  4. Cal   July 5, 2012 at 6:39 pm

    Check the date on this. Is it April 1st? NTM if he’s talking about the intersecting magnetic fields between the earth and the sun then wouldn’t it just be a portal to the surface of the sun? Short ride. Ends badly. This article is silliness.

  5. florida   July 5, 2012 at 3:04 pm

    if they ARE successful we wont get any benefit anyway.it will be used for WARS.

  6. Bill   July 5, 2012 at 4:10 am

    Matt Lauer: youve spent 50 million dollars of your own money, studying time warps?

    Dr. Rick Marshall: Oh, thats adorable. No, tax payers money, i don’t have 50 million dollars.

  7. Mel   July 5, 2012 at 3:49 am

    biggest deficit ever, huge jobless rate and they’re funding this garbage….America as usual


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