Skip to comments.How long have the Scientists Known?
Posted on 02/03/2006 4:08:01 AM PST by nextage
How long have the scientists known about the predicted pole-shift, expected date and likely causes, outcomes?
Scientists have finally conceeded a date for the predicted pole-shift, even the causes and effects. All the while, the likes of The Mayans and Hope, have been ridiculed for even suggesting such possibility, and right down to the expected date-line (2012) by using that termed ancient arts of calculating events through Astronomy!
Yes, Scientists now admit things are dreadfully wrong or out of kilter for planet Earth, which might well affect us all at a specific juncture. Are there other important facts we deserve to know about, considering we live in free, democractic, accountable, humane societies, who also retain certain basic morals? Are there for example, those working in that termed the underworld, who could infact prove of more negative influences. Do perhaps events as reported in and around area 51 infact retain some credibility! How do we know unless waiting on events to be filtered out, when suiting?
It all depends on whether the tin-foil is shiny side out, or shiny side in.
I think when people see the word "pole shift" then have visions of the planet actually rolling over like some giant cosmic dog. That truly would be a disaster. However, this isn't going to happen. Antarctica will still be at the "bottom" of the planet and the Arctic ocean will still be at the "top".
Earth's spin and tilt, and the weather patterns that are generated as a result of this spin, will remain the same.
We all will go out and buy new compass cards however.
To prevent overflowing, the medical science recommends laxatives. Lots of them.
Will I be forced to replace the generator I bought for Y2K or will it just run backwards?
Whew,I am glad that has finally been taken care of.
Does this mean that the water in my toilet will drain the other way when I flush?
Submitted for ponderin.
How the worlds governments who can't get along in the best of times, manage to conspire to keep hundreds of millions of people silent on all of the various conspiracy theories ranging from secret FEMA death camps to UFOs.
Yes. What's IN will flow OUT. Better buy another mop and bucket.
hehehe-Pole shift! haha
A science geek with a sense of humor! rofl...
Dr. Benjamin Fong Chao, of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md. and Dr. Richard Gross of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif. said all earthquakes have some affect on Earth's rotation. It's just they are usually barely noticeable.
"Any worldly event that involves the movement of mass affects the Earth's rotation, from seasonal weather down to driving a car," Chao said.
Stop jumping! You're rocking the world!
Will this affect Teddy Kennedy's moral compass?
It ain't me, I promise!
Relax, willya? The Canandians are on it. They just did a counterbalancing shift to the Right....Changed the whole dynamic oscillation thingy (and not a minute too soon!).
You will need to trade for one intended for use in the southern hemisphere.
North Magnetic Pole could be leaving CanadaThe magnetic pole, which has steadily drifted for decades, has picked up its pace in recent years and could exit Canadian territory as soon as 2004, said Larry Newitt of the Geological Survey of Canada. If the pole follows its present course, it will pass north of Alaska and arrive in Siberia in a half century, but Newitt cautioned that such predictions could prove wrong. The erratic pole can jump around considerably each day, but migrates on average about 10 kilometers to 40 kilometers each year. Friend of navigators for centuries, beckoning compass needles from virtually every point on the planet, the North Magnetic Pole is distinct from the North Terrestrial Pole, the fixed point that marks the axis of the turning planet. The magnetic pole is currently 966 kilometers (600 miles) from the geographic one. Because the magnetic pole lies in the Arctic Ocean, scientists attempting to pinpoint its precise location must visit during a brief window in the spring. The North Magnetic Pole historically is resurveyed about once every decade. But Newitt and colleagues, who last studied the site in 2001, might attempt another trek in 2003 to investigate further its accelerated migration.
by Richard Stenger
wandering magnetic pole image
March 20, 2002
Poles apart[T]he magnetic poles move more than 45° away from their original location and then return to it. During such "excursions", the field strength can vary enormously over just a few thousand years. "The magnetic field has lost half its strength since Roman times," says David Gubbins, a geophysicist at the University of Leeds... He thinks the fluid iron in the outer core is responsible for the excursions. The magnetic field changes in response to the flow of the liquid iron, which typically moves 10 or 20 kilometres per year.
by Charles Seife
10 April 1999
Ancient Earth Had Magnetic FieldJohn Tarduno decided to see if he could use the University's Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (nicknamed "SQUID"), a device normally used in computing chip design, which is extremely sensitive to the tiniest magnetic fields. Tarduno's team took samples from a 1955 lava flow in Hawaii and tried to determine if the paleointensity reading would match the actual Earth's magnetic field strength in 1955. It did. With the method tested, it was time for Tarduno to see what it revealed about the magnetic field back in the days of the dinos. His team took dozens of samples from lava flows in India that were nearly 100 million years old-an unusual time in Earth's history when the field was not reversing-and found that the intensity of the field was three times stronger than the old method suggested.
3x Stronger Than Once Thought
by Jonathan Sherwood
Earth throws a wobblyThe Chandler Wobble, a mysterious wobble that shakes the Earth as it spins on its axis, was first detected in 1891 by an American astronomer called Seth Carlo Chandler. The force of the wobble is such that it is capable of moving the North Pole about six metres (20 feet) from where it should be and lasts around 433 days, or just 1.2 years. Scientists originally calculated that this phenomenon should naturally run out of steam after 68 years unless some force keeps activating it. And this is precisely what appears to happen. NASA's Richard Gross says the principle causes of the wobble are fluctuating pressures on the bottom of the oceans, the result of changes in temperature, salinity and wind patterns. Dr Michael Tsimplis, from the Southampton Oceanography Centre, UK, says that the Gross theory is plausible. "Any stress you apply to the surface of the Earth can affect its axis," he said.
Tuesday, 18 July, 2000
web archive version
The International Earth Rotation Service
here are some links, as a public service:
SHIFTING POLES - FREE TASTER DOWNLOAD
by Robert Winston Burnett
GLOBAL - WARNING (Part 1) WE ALL INHERIT ALL
by Robert Winston Burnett
GLOBAL - WARNING (Part 2) GREYS V GREENS
by Robert Winston Burnett
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