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Why do debunkers think the magnetic pole shift will not affect the geographical pole?

 
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Why do debunkers think the magnetic pole shift will not affect the geographical pole?
Iron aligns with North/South polarities and we have a molton iron core. Why do debunkers think the pole shift will not be noticeable on terra firma?? Are they in denial, or do they think the rest of us college educated people are that stupid, or do they want to keep people (or themselves) from freaking out? Do the frozen woolly mammoths with fresh flowers in their mouth not concern them or the geological record of polarized iron filements not concern them? Do the indigenous prophecies so similar around the planet not register with them? Do the histories of Atlantis and Lemuria seem truly fictional to them??

Are their heads in the sand????? I don't get it.

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Interesting...
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Their arrogance doesn't let them learn anything that is not in their theory frames.

I think everything will be affected by a magnetic pole shift. Absolutely everything.
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Re: Why do debunkers think the magnetic pole shift will not affect the geographical pole?
The same reason they refuse to talk about the south pole.
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Because it won't duh!
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Re: Why do debunkers think the magnetic pole shift will not affect the geographical pole?
Iron aligns with North/South polarities and we have a molton iron core. Why do debunkers think the pole shift will not be noticeable on terra firma?? Are they in denial, or do they think the rest of us college educated people are that stupid, or do they want to keep people (or themselves) from freaking out? Do the frozen woolly mammoths with fresh flowers in their mouth not concern them or the geological record of polarized iron filements not concern them? Do the indigenous prophecies so similar around the planet not register with them? Do the histories of Atlantis and Lemuria seem truly fictional to them??

Are their heads in the sand????? I don't get it.

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Re: Why do debunkers think the magnetic pole shift will not affect the geographical pole?
Iron aligns with North/South polarities and we have a molton iron core. Why do debunkers think the pole shift will not be noticeable on terra firma?? Are they in denial, or do they think the rest of us college educated people are that stupid, or do they want to keep people (or themselves) from freaking out? Do the frozen woolly mammoths with fresh flowers in their mouth not concern them or the geological record of polarized iron filements not concern them? Do the indigenous prophecies so similar around the planet not register with them? Do the histories of Atlantis and Lemuria seem truly fictional to them??

Are their heads in the sand????? I don't get it.

Red HOt
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What part of Atlantis and hypothetical society didn't you understand in Timaeus?
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Their arrogance doesn't let them learn anything that is not in their theory frames.

I think everything will be affected by a magnetic pole shift. Absolutely everything.
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Amen to that!
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"Alexander Fefelov, a senior spokesman for the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, said that planet Earth would have its magnetic and geographic poles relocated during the upcoming years.

"Planet Earth on the orbit is a round object in weightlessness. The planet may suddenly change its axial inclination from time to time. It happens once in 23,000 years. The pole displacement angle may reach 30 degrees. The South Pole used to be located in the area of Easter Island before the latest displacement, whereas the North Pole was located in the Himalayas. That is why mammoths, rhinoceroses and saber-toothed tigers used to inhabit Arctic latitudes. It was a very sudden displacement of poles. Archeologists still uncover animals with indigested herbal food in their stomachs, which means that the animals died as a result of fast freezing, so to speak," the scientist said.

The displacement of poles can result in the disappearance of the atmosphere, which in its turn will cool the planet to 273 degrees below zero Centigrade. The biosphere of the planet will virtually be killed in this case; only those located close to the EarthÕs axis will survive the disaster."



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[link to www.viewzone.com]

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Re: Why do debunkers think the magnetic pole shift will not affect the geographical pole?
"Earth's magnetic field comes from this ocean of iron, which is an electrically conducting fluid in constant motion. Sitting atop the hot inner core, the liquid outer core seethes and roils like water in a pan on a hot stove. The outer core also has "hurricanes"--whirlpools powered by the Coriolis forces of Earth's rotation. These complex motions generate our planet's magnetism through a process called the dynamo effect."

From Nasa.gov
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Re: Why do debunkers think the magnetic pole shift will not affect the geographical pole?
Thread: MAGNETIC POLE SHIFT "GLOBAL CATASTROPHE"

Also this thread...
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Re: Why do debunkers think the magnetic pole shift will not affect the geographical pole?
"Alexander Fefelov, a senior spokesman for the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, said that planet Earth would have its magnetic and geographic poles relocated during the upcoming years.

"Planet Earth on the orbit is a round object in weightlessness. The planet may suddenly change its axial inclination from time to time. It happens once in 23,000 years. The pole displacement angle may reach 30 degrees. The South Pole used to be located in the area of Easter Island before the latest displacement, whereas the North Pole was located in the Himalayas. That is why mammoths, rhinoceroses and saber-toothed tigers used to inhabit Arctic latitudes. It was a very sudden displacement of poles. Archeologists still uncover animals with indigested herbal food in their stomachs, which means that the animals died as a result of fast freezing, so to speak," the scientist said.

The displacement of poles can result in the disappearance of the atmosphere, which in its turn will cool the planet to 273 degrees below zero Centigrade. The biosphere of the planet will virtually be killed in this case; only those located close to the EarthÕs axis will survive the disaster."



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you are ratarded sir.

The earth is no round or spherical it is an oval, with larger diameter at the equator then at the poles becuase of billions of years of rotation without changing axis.

And you have the nerve to claim you have attended college.. hAHAHA.
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the pole's shifting over the great pyramid - 2012
'n that
as foretold in days of old
'n everybody'll get new hi-tech ,environmentally-friendly toys ,'n u can create ur own friends with a holographic
pencil
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Re: Why do debunkers think the magnetic pole shift will not affect the geographical pole?
"Alexander Fefelov, a senior spokesman for the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, said that planet Earth would have its magnetic and geographic poles relocated during the upcoming years.

"Planet Earth on the orbit is a round object in weightlessness. The planet may suddenly change its axial inclination from time to time. It happens once in 23,000 years. The pole displacement angle may reach 30 degrees. The South Pole used to be located in the area of Easter Island before the latest displacement, whereas the North Pole was located in the Himalayas. That is why mammoths, rhinoceroses and saber-toothed tigers used to inhabit Arctic latitudes. It was a very sudden displacement of poles. Archeologists still uncover animals with indigested herbal food in their stomachs, which means that the animals died as a result of fast freezing, so to speak," the scientist said.

The displacement of poles can result in the disappearance of the atmosphere, which in its turn will cool the planet to 273 degrees below zero Centigrade. The biosphere of the planet will virtually be killed in this case; only those located close to the EarthÕs axis will survive the disaster."



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you are ratarded sir.

The earth is no round or spherical it is an oval, with larger diameter at the equator then at the poles becuase of billions of years of rotation without changing axis.

And you have the nerve to claim you have attended college.. hAHAHA.
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THink of it as liquid (molten core) in a centterfuge....
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Re: Why do debunkers think the magnetic pole shift will not affect the geographical pole?
No the problem is your thinkig of the earth as some sort of magnet.

If you put 2 magnets next to eachother they will align, NSNS.

In the case of the earth there is no second magnet.
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There is not north iron at the top of the molten core and south iron at the bottom of the molten core that will all quickly migrate to the opposite when the magnetic pole shift.
There are iron molecules each with a north and south pole throughout the molten core.
Those molecules north south will shift in place, not all rush from one pole to the other.
The last magnetic pole shift was 700,000 years ago and took 50,000 years from beginning of shift to end of shift.

This was all covered Friday night on TV
2 segments cover magnetic pole shifts and when they've happened and what happens when they do.

The Universe
Magnetic Storm
Season5 Episode 3
It bursts from the sun with the power of ten thousand nuclear weapons... and when it hits our planet, it could create the largest disaster in recorded history. A magnetic storm from the sun could wipe out electrical power, television, radio, military communication, and nearly every piece of electronics in the Northern Hemisphere. It's a "Solar Katrina" -- a planet-wide "hurricane" of magnetic forces that scramble all 21st Century technology, possibly for good. What causes this magnetic superstorm? Why is magnetism so powerful -- and yet so poorly understood? And is there anything we can do to prevent the Magnetic Storm?
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There is not north iron at the top of the molten core and south iron at the bottom of the molten core that will all quickly migrate to the opposite when the magnetic pole shift.
There are iron molecules each with a north and south pole throughout the molten core.
Those molecules north south will shift in place, not all rush from one pole to the other.
The last magnetic pole shift was 700,000 years ago and took 50,000 years from beginning of shift to end of shift.

This was all covered Friday night on TV
2 segments cover magnetic pole shifts and when they've happened and what happens when they do.

The Universe
Magnetic Storm
Season5 Episode 3
It bursts from the sun with the power of ten thousand nuclear weapons... and when it hits our planet, it could create the largest disaster in recorded history. A magnetic storm from the sun could wipe out electrical power, television, radio, military communication, and nearly every piece of electronics in the Northern Hemisphere. It's a "Solar Katrina" -- a planet-wide "hurricane" of magnetic forces that scramble all 21st Century technology, possibly for good. What causes this magnetic superstorm? Why is magnetism so powerful -- and yet so poorly understood? And is there anything we can do to prevent the Magnetic Storm?
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I think the very worst effect of a pole shift will be the period of time without sufficient magnetic field to protect the Earth from deadly radiation.
That in itself is enough to take out most land based mammals. But life will go on.
Not human life, but the vast majority of life will go on just fine.
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Re: Why do debunkers think the magnetic pole shift will not affect the geographical pole?
There is not north iron at the top of the molten core and south iron at the bottom of the molten core that will all quickly migrate to the opposite when the magnetic pole shift.
There are iron molecules each with a north and south pole throughout the molten core.
Those molecules north south will shift in place, not all rush from one pole to the other.
The last magnetic pole shift was 700,000 years ago and took 50,000 years from beginning of shift to end of shift.

This was all covered Friday night on TV
2 segments cover magnetic pole shifts and when they've happened and what happens when they do.

The Universe
Magnetic Storm
Season5 Episode 3
It bursts from the sun with the power of ten thousand nuclear weapons... and when it hits our planet, it could create the largest disaster in recorded history. A magnetic storm from the sun could wipe out electrical power, television, radio, military communication, and nearly every piece of electronics in the Northern Hemisphere. It's a "Solar Katrina" -- a planet-wide "hurricane" of magnetic forces that scramble all 21st Century technology, possibly for good. What causes this magnetic superstorm? Why is magnetism so powerful -- and yet so poorly understood? And is there anything we can do to prevent the Magnetic Storm?


I think the very worst effect of a pole shift will be the period of time without sufficient magnetic field to protect the Earth from deadly radiation.
That in itself is enough to take out most land based mammals. But life will go on.
Not human life, but the vast majority of life will go on just fine.
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That too!
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BTW the show I referenced just started again on History International Channel which is 271 on DirecTV
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BTW the show I referenced just started again on History International Channel which is 271 on DirecTV
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Re: Why do debunkers think the magnetic pole shift will not affect the geographical pole?
Because the strength of the magnetic field is infinitesimally small compared with the total kinetic energy stored in Earth's momentum.

I think the very worst effect of a pole shift will be the period of time without sufficient magnetic field to protect the Earth from deadly radiation.
That in itself is enough to take out most land based mammals.
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The Earth's magnetic field doesn't protect the Arctic from charged particle radiation. (Hence aurora.)
People still live there.

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