Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Yom Teruah - Clocks in the News

Today, as I write, Yom Teruah is just about over. The Day of Trumpets and Shouting. The anniversary of Y'shua's birth in 2 BC. A new year has begun, as accounted on the civil and regnal calendars. A year ago, we observed a dramatic time sign when the apple clock in the kitchen impossibly came off it's secure mounting and landed on the floor. Time stopped and was subsequently reset, in symbol. There was a lot of relevant context to consider, and in hindsight, it really was the big deal we thought it was. We had another pretty obvious time sign yesterday leading up to the start of this Yom Teruah, but in this season, that's become a common feature.

Today's news involved another apple clock, the Apple Watch. It was reported that the scheduled software upgrade has been delayed due to a bug. A bug in the apple, of sorts. Usually, those produce a wormhole, right? The update was supposed to deliver faster performance. Faster, means less TIME to accomplish a task. That was delayed because the development will take longer to fix than they expected, i.e. more TIME. This is seen while we're on WATCH, of course.

Another clock made far bigger news, one made made by a 14-year-old student in Irving, Texas, Ahmed Mohamed. It was mistaken for a bomb by the authorities at his school. The controversy was over how he was treated by law enforcement officers. These are strange times!

1 comment:

  1. There may be a bit more to that bomb story than meets the eye. The plot thickens.