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CANADA LOOKS GOOD AFTER POLE SHIFT..........BRING IT ON

 
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All of Canada fares well during the coming pole shift, and depending upon its altitude will fare better after the pole shift than before, due to the climate changes. Canada in the main is not criss-crossed with earthquake faults of active volcanoes, and thus suffers less from the direct effects of earthquakes and exploding volcanoes during the pole shift.



Due to the shifting crust, most surviving Canadians will also find themselves in a warmer climate too. Canada will be positioned above the equator in a temperate zone after the pole shift, in a warmer strata than at present. Where Canada is an ally of the US government, it is not all that comfortable with the giant to the south, and will rebel against any attempts to control Canadian lands after the pole shift.


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The worry Canadians should be concerned about is one that will sneak up on them, in the days leading into the pole shift and in the two years following. Much of Canada has a low altitude, and where land lies lower than 650 to 700 feet, this will be inundated within two years due to the melting ice caps of the old poles, now under the equatorial sun. Much of Canada is low lying land, as is much of Russia.



When the Earth stops rotation, water slung toward the equator will drift toward the poles, creating some inland flooding in land near the poles. After the shift, when the poles rapidly melt under the equatorial sun, melted water will move toward the point of least resistance, which may often be inland if blockages occur.



In any case, if one examines the sea level of land in eastern or northern Canada, one can see that the land will not be above water when the poles have completely melted. If situated in an area due to be inundated, survivors will have to repeatedly move ahead of the encroaching water, and take care they are not trapped on an island in the process!

The Canadian Rockies have an advantage during the coming pole shift, in that the portion of Pacific plate that will be forced under them during the shortening of the Pacific is less, overall, than the portion of plate to be thrust under further south, along the western coast of the US, for instance.



Thus, only the land within 500 miles of the coast, in the Canadian Rockies, will experience subduction with consequent hot earth and the rock and roll of mountain building. Those living from 500 miles to 1,000 miles from the coast should anticipate adjustments, as subduction can release pressure by pushing flakes of land that separate from lower stratas forward.



Push a wooden block against some flaky pastry, and watch the top flakes simply fly forward, separating from the pastry. This thrust can be sudden and projectile. Thus, crashing downward on those further inland, or creating crumpling land where such activity is not expected. Stay inland, and return to the coast when the trauma is done.
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I've been watching what info I could get, being in the NE USA.

Besides the quakes and the oceans, I was under the understanding that what is north will then be east....in other words, Canada will more so rotate around there will be no more seasons.

But if as stated before, Canada to be closer to the equator, all the northern territory ice will melt fast.


I guess none of us really know.
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are you forgetting about the huge waves?

bit of a hassle, before catching some rays, eh?
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If you think Canada does not have fault lines you are an idiot.

Oh yah never mind

you ARE an idiot
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I've been watching what info I could get, being in the NE USA.

Besides the quakes and the oceans, I was under the understanding that what is north will then be east....in other words, Canada will more so rotate around there will be no more seasons.

But if as stated before, Canada to be closer to the equator, all the northern territory ice will melt fast.


I guess none of us really know.
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THE NORTH POLE WILL MOVE TO OFFSHORE BRAZIL.....
THE SOUTH POLE WILL MOVE TO BELOW INDIA.....
THERE IS NOT MUCH ICE LEFT ON NORTH POLE TO MELT...
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I've been watching what info I could get, being in the NE USA.

Besides the quakes and the oceans, I was under the understanding that what is north will then be east....in other words, Canada will more so rotate around there will be no more seasons.

But if as stated before, Canada to be closer to the equator, all the northern territory ice will melt fast.


I guess none of us really know.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25672410


THE NORTH POLE WILL MOVE TO OFFSHORE BRAZIL.....
THE SOUTH POLE WILL MOVE TO BELOW INDIA.....

THERE IS NOT MUCH ICE LEFT ON NORTH POLE TO MELT...
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holy shit

you're actually right about something

how did you figure out the pole locations?
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If you think Canada does not have fault lines you are an idiot.

Oh yah never mind

you ARE an idiot
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WOW I think you need a coffee and a doob before you come on this site......

if you read the post it saya canada is not criss crossed with fault line....no where does it say they dont exist...

so if you are not on the coast and live in the mountains like I do then you have a better chance of surviving...
and if I survive I will start planting my mango trees ASAP
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I've been watching what info I could get, being in the NE USA.

Besides the quakes and the oceans, I was under the understanding that what is north will then be east....in other words, Canada will more so rotate around there will be no more seasons.

But if as stated before, Canada to be closer to the equator, all the northern territory ice will melt fast.


I guess none of us really know.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25672410


THE NORTH POLE WILL MOVE TO OFFSHORE BRAZIL.....
THE SOUTH POLE WILL MOVE TO BELOW INDIA.....

THERE IS NOT MUCH ICE LEFT ON NORTH POLE TO MELT...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29715130


holy shit

you're actually right about something

how did you figure out the pole locations?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29563329


I figured it out by researching past pole shifts...
pole shifts are usually 180 degree shifts....
thats why in Siberia and Alaska as the glaciers retreat, tropical vegitation and animals are found ...they are found to have been swept up by water(tsunami) and then flash frozen (pole shift)

makes sense to me
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cool story bro.....
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are you forgetting about the huge waves?

bit of a hassle, before catching some rays, eh?
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huge waves wont affect me as I am 200 miles inland and sitting at 2500ft elavatition...

any one from Vancouver to Hope should get the FCCCK out...
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cool story bro.....
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thanks

where are you hideing
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So where would Indianapolis, Indiana be after pole shift? ( Indianapolis is a midwestern town 3 hours below Chicago.)

Also, I never understood Edgar Cayces' maps about what the US would look like in the future... However if the pole shift occurs and the ice caps melt, then it makes sense that the Great Lakes flood and the Missisippi widens.
LisaDiane
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Greenland was once upon a time a tropical country. That is proved absolutely by the remains of an extensive tropical flora which are found there. Where now a sheet of solid ice over a mile thick covers mountain and valley, and mighty frozen rivers called glaciers make their way to the sea and hatch icebergs, there was in earlier days a verdure-clad wilderness of luxuriant vegetation. Together with the palms and tree ferns, there were trees related to the giant sequoias of our own west coast; also representatives of the "gingko," the sacred tree of Japan and of the Eucalyptus family, which today is restricted to Australia. Climbing vines festooned the trunks of these monarchs of an ancient forest with draperies of foliage, while close to the ground grew those curious dwarf trees called "cycads," somewhat resembling palms in miniature, in the midst of a tangled undergrowth of ferns and other flowerless plants that carpted the densely wooded areas

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If you think Canada does not have fault lines you are an idiot.

Oh yah never mind

you ARE an idiot
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29077765


WOW I think you need a coffee and a doob before you come on this site......

if you read the post it saya canada is not criss crossed with fault line....no where does it say they dont exist...

so if you are not on the coast and live in the mountains like I do then you have a better chance of surviving...
and if I survive I will start planting my mango trees ASAP
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Neither in the US

derp

Are you a ningtard?

Have you tried the dog teriyaki yet?
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So where would Indianapolis, Indiana be after pole shift? ( Indianapolis is a midwestern town 3 hours below Chicago.)

Also, I never understood Edgar Cayces' maps about what the US would look like in the future... However if the pole shift occurs and the ice caps melt, then it makes sense that the Great Lakes flood and the Missisippi widens.
 Quoting: LisaDiane


go to google images....

type "future pole shift" look at maps
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If you think Canada does not have fault lines you are an idiot.

Oh yah never mind

you ARE an idiot
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29077765


WOW I think you need a coffee and a doob before you come on this site......

if you read the post it saya canada is not criss crossed with fault line....no where does it say they dont exist...

so if you are not on the coast and live in the mountains like I do then you have a better chance of surviving...
and if I survive I will start planting my mango trees ASAP
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29715130


Neither in the US

derp

Are you a ningtard?

Have you tried the dog teriyaki yet?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29077765


do your parents know you are skipping school today?????
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I've been watching what info I could get, being in the NE USA.

Besides the quakes and the oceans, I was under the understanding that what is north will then be east....in other words, Canada will more so rotate around there will be no more seasons.

But if as stated before, Canada to be closer to the equator, all the northern territory ice will melt fast.


I guess none of us really know.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25672410


THE NORTH POLE WILL MOVE TO OFFSHORE BRAZIL.....
THE SOUTH POLE WILL MOVE TO BELOW INDIA.....

THERE IS NOT MUCH ICE LEFT ON NORTH POLE TO MELT...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29715130


holy shit

you're actually right about something

how did you figure out the pole locations?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29563329


I figured it out by researching past pole shifts...
pole shifts are usually 180 degree shifts....
thats why in Siberia and Alaska as the glaciers retreat, tropical vegitation and animals are found ...they are found to have been swept up by water(tsunami) and then flash frozen (pole shift)

makes sense to me
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29715130


90 degrees you mean

180 degrees would simply swap poles

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

look at that globe. backs up your pole locations. just south of india is directly antipodal to the pacific ocean just off peru, and there is a faint blue circular area in the ocean just off Peru. it's hard to make out, but it is there.
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THE NORTH POLE WILL MOVE TO OFFSHORE BRAZIL.....
THE SOUTH POLE WILL MOVE TO BELOW INDIA.....

THERE IS NOT MUCH ICE LEFT ON NORTH POLE TO MELT...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29715130


holy shit

you're actually right about something

how did you figure out the pole locations?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29563329


I figured it out by researching past pole shifts...
pole shifts are usually 180 degree shifts....
thats why in Siberia and Alaska as the glaciers retreat, tropical vegitation and animals are found ...they are found to have been swept up by water(tsunami) and then flash frozen (pole shift)

makes sense to me
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29715130


90 degrees you mean

180 degrees would simply swap poles

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

look at that globe. backs up your pole locations. just south of india is directly antipodal to the pacific ocean just off peru, and there is a faint blue circular area in the ocean just off Peru. it's hard to make out, but it is there.
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sorry you are right....90 degrees
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So where would Indianapolis, Indiana be after pole shift? ( Indianapolis is a midwestern town 3 hours below Chicago.)

Also, I never understood Edgar Cayces' maps about what the US would look like in the future... However if the pole shift occurs and the ice caps melt, then it makes sense that the Great Lakes flood and the Missisippi widens.
 Quoting: LisaDiane


if a pole shift happened no country would look the same

the map of the world would be totally redrawn. what is land now would be sea, and the other way round too.

remember, the equator bulges up a few miles higher than the poles, so in effect the water at the equator is a couple of miles over my head here, sat typing this. comforting thought, eh?

any pole shift would involve massive EQs as land falls and rises to match the new spin, the centrifugal forces, and then of course we have the water. yes, you may be at 2500 feet NOW, but that could easily be minus 2500 foot very quickly after any major pole shift
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So where would Indianapolis, Indiana be after pole shift? ( Indianapolis is a midwestern town 3 hours below Chicago.)

Also, I never understood Edgar Cayces' maps about what the US would look like in the future... However if the pole shift occurs and the ice caps melt, then it makes sense that the Great Lakes flood and the Missisippi widens.
 Quoting: LisaDiane


if a pole shift happened no country would look the same

the map of the world would be totally redrawn. what is land now would be sea, and the other way round too.

remember, the equator bulges up a few miles higher than the poles, so in effect the water at the equator is a couple of miles over my head here, sat typing this. comforting thought, eh?

any pole shift would involve massive EQs as land falls and rises to match the new spin, the centrifugal forces, and then of course we have the water. yes, you may be at 2500 feet NOW, but that could easily be minus 2500 foot very quickly after any major pole shift
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29563329


Perhaps I can point out once again that there is zero evidence that the earth has ever had such a material pole shift.

Magnetic poles always move.
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So where would Indianapolis, Indiana be after pole shift? ( Indianapolis is a midwestern town 3 hours below Chicago.)

Also, I never understood Edgar Cayces' maps about what the US would look like in the future... However if the pole shift occurs and the ice caps melt, then it makes sense that the Great Lakes flood and the Missisippi widens.
 Quoting: LisaDiane


go to google images....

type "future pole shift" look at maps
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I went to google images as you suggested and there are hundreds of maps with differing opinions.

That being said, if it is God's will for me and my family to make it, then we will, and will move to high ground.

The extreme cold seems less attractive to the extreme heat. Time will tell!
LisaDiane
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So where would Indianapolis, Indiana be after pole shift? ( Indianapolis is a midwestern town 3 hours below Chicago.)

Also, I never understood Edgar Cayces' maps about what the US would look like in the future... However if the pole shift occurs and the ice caps melt, then it makes sense that the Great Lakes flood and the Missisippi widens.
 Quoting: LisaDiane


go to google images....

type "future pole shift" look at maps
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29715130


I went to google images as you suggested and there are hundreds of maps with differing opinions.

That being said, if it is God's will for me and my family to make it, then we will, and will move to high ground.

The extreme cold seems less attractive to the extreme heat. Time will tell!
 Quoting: LisaDiane


Really? You prefer extreme heat over cold? I don't, I can do something about the cold, dress warm and light a fire to get warm, how do you combat heat? And your food won't spoil and ice/snow can be melted.
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I've been watching what info I could get, being in the NE USA.

Besides the quakes and the oceans, I was under the understanding that what is north will then be east....in other words, Canada will more so rotate around there will be no more seasons.

But if as stated before, Canada to be closer to the equator, all the northern territory ice will melt fast.


I guess none of us really know.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25672410


THE NORTH POLE WILL MOVE TO OFFSHORE BRAZIL.....
THE SOUTH POLE WILL MOVE TO BELOW INDIA.....

THERE IS NOT MUCH ICE LEFT ON NORTH POLE TO MELT...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29715130


holy shit

you're actually right about something

how did you figure out the pole locations?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29563329


I figured it out by researching past pole shifts...
pole shifts are usually 180 degree shifts....
thats why in Siberia and Alaska as the glaciers retreat, tropical vegitation and animals are found ...they are found to have been swept up by water(tsunami) and then flash frozen (pole shift)

makes sense to me
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29715130


When you look at a real classic globe, I always thought a pole would end up somewhere in the pacific between Vancouver, Russia and Alaska with the opposing pole off the East of Africa..

Even if this shit doesnt happen, it's still interesting.
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So where would Indianapolis, Indiana be after pole shift? ( Indianapolis is a midwestern town 3 hours below Chicago.)

Also, I never understood Edgar Cayces' maps about what the US would look like in the future... However if the pole shift occurs and the ice caps melt, then it makes sense that the Great Lakes flood and the Missisippi widens.
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Under water...
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what?
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op is referencing a post on zeta talk.
with this pole shift theory, north and south america would be in the northern hemisphere on their sides. and europe, asia, africa and australia would be in the southern hemisphere, again flipped.

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