Podsumowanie „Boomu Anomalii”

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W następstwie zdarzeń prowadzących do wybuchu pierwszej wojny światowej liczba doniesień o zdarzeniach i obiektach anomalnych wzrosła o ████% w porównaniu z poprzednimi czterdziestoma laty, a nadto znacznie więcej zjawisk anomalnych zaczęło manifestować swoje oddziaływanie w obiektach zmodernizowanych. Po zakończeniu drugiej wojny światowej, w dniu 2 września 1945 r. Pion Badawczy dokonał oficjalnego uznania tego wzrostu wniósł o przedstawienie propozycji zapewniających podstawowe teorie usiłujące wyjaśnić zdarzenie. Wniosek ten skierowano do dwóch uznanych badaczy: dr. Huehnergarda i dr. Donnellona. W dniu 12 grudnia 1947 r. przedstawiono kierownikom Biura Analizy i Nauki Pionu Badawczego dwie teorie.

Pierwsza z nich, opublikowana przez dr. Huehnergarda, twierdzi, że wzrost w liczbie obiektów i zdarzeń anomalnych jest zaledwie skutkiem ubocznym postępu w zakresie komunikacji ludzkości, jaki miał miejsce w przeciągu ubiegłych 40 lat. Dr Huehnergard wykazuje dalej w swojej teorii kilka obiektów, które aktywne były przez dłuższy okres, acz odkryte zostały niedawno z uwagi na doniesienia, które zakomunikowano z wykorzystaniem nowoczesnej technologii. Teoria ta jest jednak często krytykowana z uwagi na jej niezdolność do wyjaśnienia, dlaczego właściwości anomalne wydają się manifestować w nowocześniejszych obiektach.

With the invention of the Radio in 1894 and the mass commercialization of telephones happening in 1905, could it be seen as such a stretch to consider that we simply did not have the communications necessary to find as many anomalies we have now. Consider also that within these years the Authority had just begun to globalize within more nations prior to World War I as well. If we take only these into account, one may see it as reasonable to assume that there isn't an increase in anomalies, but instead evidence of the improvement of our resources.
— Fragment wstępu do opublikowanej teorii dr. Huehnergarda.

The second theory, published by Dr. Donnellon, states that the increase in anomalous objects and events are the result of an anomalous phenomenon caused by an event that is now rapidly manifesting more anomalies than any time in history. Dr. Donnellon's theory suggests that the cause of the anomalous event is either caused by some other anomaly's natural ability or is a deliberate act committed by a group of individuals. While many in the Authority would agree on this notion, it's still criticized heavily due to the Donnellon's bias towards organization such as the AEP Association and GEAR, to which he alludes to multiple times in his theory.

(From Page 2, Introduction) With the aforementioned events being said, there seems to be no doubt that the increase of anomalous objects is not due to any efficiency we obtained, but instead the actual increase in the anomalies themselves. Some notable evidence that supports this idea includes the increase of modern items being affected by anomalous properties, the fact that our same communication system has not seen this increase until recently, and that recently discovered organic entities are not typically at an old age.

(From Page 25) Additionally, there is reason to believe that this is intentionally done so by an entity of some time. Some suspicions I have that this might be the case comes from the odd amount of acquisitions being made by the AEP Association.
— Fragmenty opublikowanej teorii dr. Donnellona.

These two theories were developed in order to explain the Anomaly Boom as they put the RPC Authority in an even larger effort to contain and research more anomalies. Prior to World War I anomalies were a rarity, with only 15 on average being discovered every century. Even during the time of the Auctoritas Impertus, had the Authority even see at maximum 21 anomalies in the span of 50 years. Anomalies today are discovered on a yearly basis, at some years even a monthly basis.

The theories were presented to the Research Division's on the day previously stated, and verdict of these two theories was reached 5 days later. The Lead Director of the Research Division during 1947, Dr. ████████, rejected both proposals, explaining The Anomaly Boom event.

While both theories make great arguments about the origins of modern anomalies and their increase rate of manifestation, these theories present a number of unaccounted facts and contain far too many baseless speculations. Therefore, we will continue to accept proposals by more researchers. If none of these proposals meet our standards, we will ask that all Research Divison personnel allow to take their own interpretation instead and call for a review of "The Anomaly Boom" at a later date.
— Fragment listu o odrzuceniu teorii dr. Donnellona i dr. Huehnergarda.

Following the Rejection of both theories, 8 years passed where over 12 other theories were devised by other researchers attempting to explain the surge of anomalous entities. All of these theories were also rejected for either being variation of the two first theories, or carrying an argument which did not hold up in the eyes of the Research Divison Directors.

One interesting theory presented, however, was by Dr. Osborne, which involves the Anderson Coherency Scale. According to Dr. Osborne, after a number of tests were conducted around the world, with numerous chemical reaction, a discovery was made on the average Anderson Coherency Scale. Dr. Osborne states that the Anderson Constant has decreased, from 3.97 to 3.9799981. Her theory was eventually rejected due to only considering data from major nations and not smaller nations. This is in addition to only conducting the experiment with certain chemical reactions and not using the logic test in tandem. The Proposal request was eventually closed on the 9th of May, 1956.

Following these theories being published, many in the Research Division debated on all theories and their validity in the context of all the anomalies being researched. Eventually, a poll was conducted on the 7th of April, 1959 to find the Research Divison Staff's thoughts on the theories. According to the poll, 21% believed Huehnergard's theory, 32% believed Donnellon's theory, 25% believed one of the 12 theories, and the remaining 22% either have their own unique thoughts on it or none at all.

Today, as of 201█, about 45% of researchers within the Authority subscribe to the first theory due to it making logical sense in the context of technological transition within the 20th century, and that it appears less bias by never mentioning it to be the fault of another. There are still debates on which theories appears to be correct, but the correct theory still remains inconclusive. The Research Division has not, as of yet, made plans to review the event. Regardless of which theory is correct, all theories present the event from 1913 onwards as the same, "The Anomaly Boom".

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