Voyager not yet in interstellar space – again!

More evidence for the Helical Vortex Solar System model by dr Bhat.
IF the helical model is correct, and we are in a vortex solar system, then it will be almost impossible for any object to escape it.
And once again, NASA found out that it is not that simple to get Voyager to reach interstellar space:

“We believe this is the last leg of our journey to interstellar space. Our best guess is it’s likely just a few months to a couple years away. The new region isn’t what we expected, but we’ve come to expect the unexpected from Voyager.”

“We are in a magnetic region unlike any we’ve been in before — about 10 times more intense than before the termination shock — but the magnetic field data show no indication we’re in interstellar space,” said Leonard Burlaga, a Voyager magnetometer team member based at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. “The magnetic field data turned out to be the key to pinpointing when we crossed the termination shock. And we expect these data will tell us when we first reach interstellar space.”