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Copyright 2021 by Wayne Stegall
Created June 14, 2021.  See Document History at end for details.


Hacked Spiral

Hacking of controversial article validates it.

When I first viewed the news of the Norwegian spiral on December 9, 2009, I immediately took note of the core that the two poles originating the spiral jerked forward from one fixed position to another.  Electric motors do this:  when the changing magnetic field presents like poles in opposition the motor has to jerk forward to pole alignments with opposite polarities.  As the fields continue to change, this process continues compelling the motor to turn.  With motors this jerking motion is called cogging and is usually smoothed by inertial mass in the remainder of the system.  Likewise, the thing in view was a magnetic phenomena - one stronger than any motor.  Then a moment of dread came over me when I realized this meant I was seeing a black hole or other similar astronomical singularity.

Later on April 20, 2010, a Science Channel program showed what they called the core of a black hole with the same jerky rotation of two poles only red in color.  I was so like the news footage that came before, it could have been the same video only recolored red.  Eager to get the word out, I painted a digital image of what I saw on the science program and posted an update to the article1 already on my website

Recently, I noticed that the picture on my website had changed.  The spiral now originated from only one node in the middle.  I had been hacked.  A quick look at my source image showed it changed as well.  Then I went to archives of past website images.  They had been changed as far back as I had copies of the picture.  I had not painted the picture wrong - my strong association of the singularity as magnetic device would not have allowed me to paint it with anything other than an even number of poles - and it had continued correctly on my website for as long as I observed it.   The change made to my picture showed that the hackers had also made the deduction that the resemblance to motor motion vindicated my claims.  Then origin from one node would no longer implicate a magnetic singularity.

Figure 1:  Hacked spiral image
   
Figure 2:  Corrected spiral image
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This is deep censorship, one with a political motive, perhaps to refute Bible prophecy.  Consider the following verses.
And the stars of heaven shall fall, and the powers that are in heaven shall be shaken.  (Mark 13:25) 

And the stars of heaven fell unto the earth, even as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs, when she is shaken of a mighty wind.  And the heaven departed as a scroll when it is rolled together; and every mountain and island were moved out of their places.  (Revelation 6:13-14)
Before modern times these were certainly viewed as astronomical wonders.  Then it was thought more likely that nuclear weapons would cause these effects after they had been invented.  But the passing of a black hole raises the astronomical issues again.  Then there could be fear of public panic or instability of nations.  Also those aspiring to world governance would have difficult public relations issues.  Others opposition to and unbelief in the Bible would be challenged.  All to be avoided for political expedience.

While trying to resolve this matter, I happened on further scientific validation of my claim.  On March 24, 2021, an array of eleven telescopes examining the black hole at the center of galaxy M87, have by examination of polarized infrared light photographed its magnetic field.  Its magnetic lines of force are spiraled in much of the way they were depicted for the Norwegian spiral.2

Figure 3:  Norwegian spiral
   
Figure 4:  Black hole M87 magnetic image
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Credit:  Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration


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1See related article Norwegian Spiral.
2Stephanie Pappas, "Ultrapowerful magnetic fields revealed in 1st ever image of a black hole,"  March 24, 2021, Live Science, livescience.com, link.

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