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skybuck2000 (14.09.2018, 06:10)
Hello,

I just experienced a very weird internet outage/partial fall out.

It was very weird and only last for a minute or so, some websites failed toload, others half, some fully but slowly.

It might have been some kind of radio or satelite link being affected.

But I don't think my traffic goes via that because then the latency should be above 500 milliseconds or something and it's not that high ever.

So my best guess is it must have been something else, and here is my hypothesis:

The rotational speed of the hurrican, swinging/circularing around all theseair particles must have had some kind of massive electrical effect, that caused the trans atlantic cable in the sea, assuming there is one... to briefly fail cause corrupted packets or somehow cause a brief internet disruption.

This could mean this hurrican's electro magnetic field penetrated deep intothe ocean, so deep it affected this cable.

If this hypothesis is unknown in the sciencetific community which I find somewhat hard to believe, I will google this later, then my experimention suggestion is as follows:

Send a submarine with highly sensitive equipment into the bottom of the ocean, before a future hurrican arrives and start measuring any electrical effects.

If this effect is currently unknown/unaware of then submarines of the navy might be at brief risk.

So it may be worth it for the army to investigate this phenemenon in case there is any merit to it, and prevent any nuclear submarine mishap from occuring ;)

This may also explain loss of planes in the bermuda triangle that may have been near such hurricanes at the time of disappearance ;) :)

Bye for now,
Skybuck =D
skybuck2000 (14.09.2018, 06:15)
New hypothesis: coastal internet equipment affected

The hurrican is about to strike the USA's beach... perhaps some coastal internet equipment was briefly affected but this storm's magnetic field, it was weird.

Bye,
Skybuck.
Maarten van Tilburg (14.09.2018, 20:02)
Em 14/09/2018 01:15, skybuck2000 escreveu:
> New hypothesis: coastal internet equipment affected
> The hurrican is about to strike the USA's beach... perhaps some coastal internet equipment was briefly affected but this storm's magnetic field, it was weird.


Och, de stroomvoorzienig is uitgevallen, dus inderdaad is er een
negatief effect.
Casper H.S. Dik (17.09.2018, 09:08)
Maarten van Tilburg <maartent> writes:

>Em 14/09/2018 01:15, skybuck2000 escreveu:
>> New hypothesis: coastal internet equipment affected
>> The hurrican is about to strike the USA's beach... perhaps some coastal internet equipment was briefly affected but this storm's magnetic field, it was weird.


>Och, de stroomvoorzienig is uitgevallen, dus inderdaad is er een
>negatief effect.


Bij 500 miljoen mensen in North Carolina (zegt Fox news)

Waarschijnlijk tellen ze mij dan ook mee want ik heb ook geen stroom
in North Carolina.

Casper
Rob (17.09.2018, 09:50)
Casper H.S Dik <Casper.Dik> wrote:
> Maarten van Tilburg <maartent> writes:
>>Em 14/09/2018 01:15, skybuck2000 escreveu:
>>> New hypothesis: coastal internet equipment affected
>>> The hurrican is about to strike the USA's beach... perhaps some coastal internet equipment was briefly affected but this storm's magnetic field, it was weird.

>>Och, de stroomvoorzienig is uitgevallen, dus inderdaad is er een
>>negatief effect.

> Bij 500 miljoen mensen in North Carolina (zegt Fox news)


Dat is wel erg veel...

> Waarschijnlijk tellen ze mij dan ook mee want ik heb ook geen stroom
> in North Carolina.


Dat moet haast wel ja.
Fox news is kennelijk bijna net zo dom als Skybuck.
(ik had niet gedacht dat het mogelijk was dat te benaderen)
Izak van Langevelde (17.09.2018, 11:46)
On Mon, 17 Sep 2018 07:50:00 +0000, Rob wrote:

> Casper H.S Dik <Casper.Dik> wrote:
> Dat is wel erg veel...


Er wonen iets meer dan 10 miljoen mensen, waarvan er 500 miljoen zonder
stroom zitten. Lijkt me geen probleem in Trumpistan...
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