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Ground breaking news alert - Pole Shift
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 2312772:MV8yMDY4NDA4XzM0OTAwNjE3XzUxRDU1MEM3] [quote:Anonymous Coward 26715773:MV8yMDY4NDA4XzM0OTAwMTkzXzlCMkUwODUz] [quote:Anonymous Coward 23992770:MV8yMDY4NDA4XzM0ODk5OTI4XzVBNUZBN0Y2] [quote:Jesus Christ is the way:MV8yMDY4NDA4XzM0ODk5ODkyXzU4QkNGRDE0] If magnetic north is headed towards Siberia, then it could answer what has happened there before. There is no doubt that creatures such as the wooly mammoth have been found basically flash frozen in the tundra. Their stomachs still had vegetation in them. This indicates that there was dramatic change (violently and quickly) in the position of the earth as well as a possible pole shift. The bible says that in the endtimes the stars will fall from the heavens. Could it be that what is southern sky in reference will move north? Possibly what is equatorial in nature could be the new arctic and quickly. [/quote] There is a big misunderstanding of 'flash' frozen mammoths. Read up on it - they weren't frozen in a an instant. Its just in certain conditions they didn't decay, so when they did freeze they are still all intact, even inside. Its complex, I'm no expert, but I've seen it explained logically by others. Gives totally the wrong impression, and 'flash frozen' is a very misleading term. [/quote] If not flash frozen, then how did they die with the grasses still in their mouths uneaten? Just wondering and maybe if you further elaborate on that and explain it would make it easier to accept what you are saying. [/quote] Something dramatic happened. A hardy species was wiped out. How do you account for the vegetation? A large herbivore such as the wooly mammoth would need quite a bit of vegetation to survive. The harsh tundra could not offer that. A rapid change in enviroment would bring death. It certainly doesn't exist in the current environment. Furthermore, why weren't the specimens decayed to a great degree? If memory serves me correct, then mammoth was served as a main course dish at a function of the Russians once. [/quote]
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