Event Is Coming Soon – NASA Discovered Proof of Portals and Has Just Sent Four Spacecrafts to Test Them.
Portals have long been considered mere fiction, but it appears that NASA has gathered concessive evidence of such doorways connecting distant places in our solar system.
There’s science in science-fiction, and that science is becoming fiction as we speak, and vice-versa. In 1998, data sent by NASA’s Polar spacecraft revealed that portals were opening up all around Earth’s atmosphere, the kind that allows one to travel incommensurable distances in a blink of an eye.
We call them X-points, or electron diffusion regions,” explained plasma physicist Jack Scudder of the University of Iowa. “They’re places where 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.”
As unrealistic as this may sound, it is all based on real science. These ‘X-points’ are ripples in space and time that connect all celestial bodies with a magnetic field. They were probably called X-points instead of wormholes to not draw too much attention to them. At the moment, NASA and other space agencies are trying to figure out a way to send material objects through these portals, as only charged particles were seen doing this before.
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