Blackout where between 9 and 11?

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Reporting from Canadian central:  Power out at 9 and back by 11? Are you kidding me? Look at this vague reporting that wasn’t even proofread for typos:

A power outage caused by a “transmission issue” affected “tens of thousands” of residences and businesses in mid-town Toronto and the city’s west end Tuesday night.

Those affected spent nearly three hours in the dark before power was restored shortly before 11 p.m., according to HydroOne, the utility firm that serves areas outside Toronto.

HydroOne spokeswoman Marylena Stea said the firm supplies power to Toronto Hydro, and had a “transmission issue” with one of its facilities.

BLACKOUT PHOTOS: Take any photographs Tuesday night that caught the city in a darker light? Post your favourites to#StarPhotos

Neither the cause of the issue or specific number of utility customers affected is immediately clear. Stea said HydroOne is investigating.

Torontonians told the Star power went out before 9 p.m., with Toronto Hydro at one point suggesting the affected area ranged north of Dupont to Lawrence and west from Yonge St. all the way to edge of Mississauga.a

via Broad power outage ends in Toronto | Toronto Star.

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4 thoughts on “Blackout where between 9 and 11?

  1. Blue Moon

    How does “before 9pm” (assuming that it was closer to 9pm than stating “just after 8pm”) and “just before 11pm” translate as “nearly three hours”? Need’s a 3 in there somewhere, I suppose- The punch line is the invitation to post twitter photos (of course, fake) which confirms a blackout and not an automatic news generator bot sending out another fake story-
    But even if there was a blackout, I find it quite plausible that computers are fed this information and spit out an agenda friendly version, complete with numbers from a template and a selection of preset political spins- Human eyes probably never see anything before these stories go out- Just more noise we hear with our subconscious dog ears-
    How do they keep this going? Empiricism is the method of observation that is wholly reliant on the senses and nothing else- Sense certainty is the term to describe all of reality- This method was imposed on science during the so-called age of enlightenment to actually curtail scientific discovery by insisting that imagination and intuition had nothing whatsoever to do with perceiving reality- No hypothesis nor discovery of new phenomena would be allowed- Sensory observation and calculation of linear data is all there is to be done- All one can do is measure things- The gambit is that the senses do not perceive everything and therefore the empirically minded slave can’t react to “magic” like 911 and it’s impossible physics- All the empiricist has are his senses- He sees the planes hit the buildings etc. and all he has to process this with are his senses, the apparent final arbiter of reality- He has no choice but to believe his eyes- Pseudo scientific gibberish like “pancaking” help quell the dissonance- Weight + mass, etc.- Measurements contain all of the data to swallow such a seemingly irrational pill- For the pathological materialist, the super computer that can churn out “reality” like 911 down to a simple 3 hour blackout is the union of man with the divine (The transhumanist clown act)- (BTW, don’t measure the speed of the planes and the air pressure at the altitude when they hit- You might experience common sense-)

    1. ab Post author

      I like all these comments. Is there anyway to verify a limited blackout without our central authorities? If we cannot trust their word or their spoofed words we really are “in the dark”.

  2. PeterShea

    it’s in your face now, as needs be.
    9/11 is simply a gateway to the wonders (before and) beyond.

    if a day can be a thousand years, can’t it also be an hour?
    and how many hours of darkness is that again? oh ya. three.

    From top left: Downtown Toronto featuring the CN Tower and Financial District from the Toronto Islands, City Hall, the Ontario Legislative Building, Casa Loma, Prince Edward Viaduct, and the Scarborough Bluffs
    From top left: Downtown Toronto featuring the CN Tower and Financial District from the Toronto Islands, City Hall, the Ontario Legislative Building, Casa Loma, Prince Edward Viaduct, and the Scarborough Bluffs

    Nickname(s): T.O., T-Dot, Hogtown, The Queen City, Toronto the Good, The City Within a Park
    Motto: Diversity Our Strength
    Location of Toronto in Canada
    Coordinates: 43°42?N 79°24?WCoordinates: 43°42?N 79°24?W
    East York, Etobicoke, North York, Old Toronto, Scarborough, York

    August 27, 1793 (as York)
    March 6, 1834 (as Toronto)

    Toronto (/t??r?nto?/, local /?tr?no?/) is the most populous city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. It is located in Southern Ontario on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. The history of Toronto began in the late 18th century when the British Crown purchased its land from the Mississaugas of the New Credit. The British established a settlement there, called the *Town of York*, which its lieutenant governor, John Graves Simcoe, designated as the capital of Upper Canada.

    would that be old new York or new old York?

    looking for biblical/ references as I read the story, and straight up comes….
    ‘HydroOne spokeswoman Marylena Stea said…’ pretty close to mary magdelena, no?

    and why am I not surprised to find isis hiding in here?
    ‘Residents from Yonge St. to *Mississauga* see the lights go out for hours on Tuesday night.

    it is all allegorical tim.
    and all is most definitely more than good.

    Sirius = u r isis

    it sure is a game of clues. we have 9/11 and new York, old new York with 3 hours (days) of darkness, from before 9 to before 11 (which is closer to 2 hours in my book). the two are easily connected, no?

    out with the old, in with the new older old.

    one became two becomes one again.

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