NASA announces space portals do exist

Science does eventually catch up with mysticism and spirituality as NASA announces that space portals do exist. Crack researchers at NASA have decided they can prove that portals – doorways in the space time continuum  – do in fact exist. 

Star-gates, magnetic portals, vortexes in space – science fiction writers have given the concept of extraordinary openings in space/time all sorts of names to explain how travelers from far distant realms of space, time or both, arrive in Earth skies. However, this is a science fiction ploy to enable a good story, is it not?

It turns out that they do exist although the discovery is said to be in its infancy. A NASA-funded researcher at the University of Iowa has figured out how to find them. Yes, some people feel this is old news to the “breakaway civilization” of elite humans who have been to Mars and beyond – even the more skeptical of us wonder if these amazing facts are just now being released by the government but that they have known about them, even used them, for years, perhaps with input and assistance from cooperating aliens.

However, let’s take a look at the news just released by NASA, it is confirmation that all us “science fiction dreamers” are not such dreamers after all.

“We call them X-points or electron diffusion regions,” explains plasma physicist Jack Scudder of theUniversity 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.”

NASA will discover ghosts next.

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  • JB

    Such click-bait bullshit. Your “source” is just another article (‘blog’ would probably be more apropos) which cites no sources. And who are you to be writing about scientific news? A “screen-writer”? That hardly qualifies you for a job cleaning dishes in a run down, L.A. mexican food joint.

  • Deadlee Pigvirus

    garbage masquerading as news.

  • NotNasa
  • Ali Ries

    It would be nice if they credited the artworks they use in their articles. Bad enough they did not ask permission to use it.

  • gilcarlson

    What do the aliens have to say about what we are doing to our
    planet, and what’s going to happen to us?

  • Maelstrom Devnal Valentine

    click bait nonsense

  • Israel Church

    Seriously though, this is just NASA’s refusal to admit that the universe is electric, and our earth is electrically connected to the sun and the universe. Instead, it’s a ‘portal’.

  • Lord God.

    Catch up or ask me for information about ish like that. Don’t see what I show y’all and then “New Discovery” trust me they hate when others take the credit for nothing at all they did them selves.