This shift will move the North Pole near Central America and the South Pole will be in the middle of Indian Ocean. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26860799
yes yes yes yes yes!!!!
'This shift will move the North Pole near Central America and the South Pole will be in the middle of Indian Ocean.'
[link to www.bbc.co.uk
I remember reading that article...thank you for adding the link. If you haven't already, check out bendinglight's "plate movement" and "pole shift" threads. There is a ton of information on how the Indian plate is connected to Central America and Alaska.
I checked into the movement myself on buoy 53046 and was rather shocked. I was able to determine from Jan 1, 2012 through Aug 24, 2012 the static water column height stayed at 4612 meters, by October the water column height had been reduced (sea floor rose) to 3919 meters. In October the buoy itself and oddly, the supervisor were taken offline...more info about that in bendinglight's thread.
Here are the size of the adjustments during that time period:
8/25 - 30 meters
8/30 - 108 meters
9/11 - (12) meters
9/25 - 93 meters
9/26 - 85 meters
9/27 - 71 meters
10/16 - 67 meters
10/17 - 248 meters
10/18 - offline
That's a total change of 692 meters or 2271 feet!
I also noticed the other day that when buoy 23401 went into event mode on 11/7, around 00:00 UTC, the 7.4 hit in Central America 16 hours later at 16:35 UTC.
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov
[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov
It is all starting to come together now...