Andrew Pontbriand | July 15, 2015; (Jade Helm Day)
UPDATE: 8:30 pm Est | We have received confirmation from a T-Mobile employee that T-Mobile’s Service went down “nation wide for 15 minutes.” This article, with the official data map from Down Detector, showed coverage losses for AT&T. This now confirms the reports that multiple carriers experienced disruptions from a “computer glitch.” I want to also point out that the Flight radar tracker also experienced a glitch a few times today as well. So, my reports were accurate, and this all happened on the first day of Jade Helm.
Today is a very important day in history, as one of the most anticipated, feared, and probably misunderstood drills of all time starts. Today, Jade Helm 15 goes live, and the Artificial Intelligence Interface will essentially begin it’s transition to taking over the Military as a new “command prompt.”
We will have a full report covering what Jade Helm is, and isn’t later today.
Is Jade Helm to blame for today’s cellular outages?
As of now though, right in line with the launch of Jade, which in short, is an A.I. Quantum Computing System, Cellular service has been dropping at an unprecedented rate. First, it seemed the State of California was targeted, but according to Down Detector, it seems as though this has started to spread across the country, so far limited mostly to AT&T, however reports are beginning to come in about other service providers having issues. (more…)