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    Post  OregonGuy on Tue 21 Apr 2015, 8:42 pm

    I looked at the clock, about 11:30 am. Did a few things, looked back at clock and it wast just after 1:00 pm. Looking back at my activities I figured about 30 minutes of time consumed for activities. Did something skip ahead? Did the PNW just avoid a 9+ quake due to time intervention? Was CERN doing a experiment?

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    Post  beejean on Wed 22 Apr 2015, 11:21 pm

    Hi OregonGuy,

    Sorry you had that blip in time yesterday.

    I thought about our predicament, but so far CERN has only announced that its running the accelerator at 6.7 TeV and indicates they'll announce when it reaches the 13 TeV rate.

    As far as effects go, I can say that I have noticed that we have many unpredicted micro storms in the area (luckily no tornadoes), but nothing of sufficient time lags to be noticeable here.

    Hopefully, we will get through this weird scientific event without any bad events being triggered...

    Have a good evening,


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