By Atom Bergstrom
Big Science does not believe in paranormal activity.
Big Science is afraid of your psychokinesis.
Use it or lose it.
According to Wikipedia (last edited Oct. 12, 2021) …
“Psychokinesis or telekinesis — The ability to influence a physical system without physical interaction, typically manifesting as being able to exert force, control objects and move matter with one’s mind.”
You can “affect” the Surveillance State.
You can “impact” Smart Grid transmission algorithms.
According to Facebook (9:22 a.m., Oct. 4, 2021) …
“We’re aware that some people are having trouble accessing our apps and products. We’re working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible, and we apologize for any inconvenience.”
You can “sway” cosmic events.
You can “influence” the Sun.
Joe Maring (“A Massive Solar Flare Is About To Hit The Earth,” Screen Rant, Oct. 11, 2021) wrote …
“Once the storm arrives, the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration warns that it may disrupt power grids. The storm won’t be strong enough to cause severe damage to our electrical infrastructure, but it could result in temporary power flickers/outages. The storm is also said to cause ‘orientation irregularities’ for satellites orbiting the Earth, possibly resulting in service issues with satellite-powered TV and internet services.”
According to Wikipedia (last edited Oct. 8, 2021) …
“Solar flares strongly influence the local space weather in the vicinity of the Earth. They can produce streams of highly energetic particles in the solar wind or stellar wind, known as a solar particle event. These particles can impact the Earth’s magnetosphere, and present radiation hazards to spacecraft and astronauts. Additionally, massive solar flares are sometimes accompanied by coronal mass ejections (CMEs) which can trigger geomagnetic storms that have been known to disable satellites and knock out terrestrial electric power grids for extended periods of time.
“The soft X-ray flux of X class flares increases the ionization of the upper atmosphere, which can interfere with short-wave radio communication and can heat the outer atmosphere and thus increase the drag on low orbiting satellites, leading to orbital decay. Energetic particles in the magnetosphere contribute to the aurora borealis and aurora australis. Energy in the form of hard X-rays can be damaging to spacecraft electronics and are generally the result of large plasma ejection in the upper chromosphere.”