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Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?

 
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Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your opinion, where is the safest place to live after a pole shift? And for that matter, just prior to and during a pole shift.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your opinion, where is the safest place to live after a pole shift? And for that matter, just prior to and during a pole shift.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
this is semi speculation....but anything north of 45 degrees should be fine. the further north the better.



the last place you want to be is at, or below the equator.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your opinion, where is the safest place to live after a pole shift? And for that matter, just prior to and during a pole shift.
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Magnetic or actual?

(Either way I don't know)
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your opinion, where is the safest place to live after a pole shift? And for that matter, just prior to and during a pole shift.
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Mars?
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
Anywhere amongst the Colorado Rocky Mountain valleys that's above 10,000 feet eleveation. It's important to be protected from high winds(200 mph+), and well above the mega-tidalwaves etc. There is a huge valley between the western edge of the Rockies that is very fertile, and has tons of water available. Land is cheap as well. I spent a summer there, BUT bring lots of mosquito repellent or they'll eat you alive!!! LOL
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
We have some very nice underground bunkers all set up but if you're not an agent of the NWO you have to be a very beautiful nineteen year old woman to get in.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
I'd imagine that you'd want to be pretty far away from an ocean.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
Why would you want to survive it?
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Why would you want to survive it?
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well, living in the UK, I reckon we'd move far further south, so the WEATHER will improve.

after the massive EQs, mega tsunami, hypercanes, wars and plagues, it'll be a LOVELY place to live.

lol
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Why would you want to survive it?


well, living in the UK, I reckon we'd move far further south, so the WEATHER will improve.

after the massive EQs, mega tsunami, hypercanes, wars and plagues, it'll be a LOVELY place to live.

lol
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Yeah, but there would still be red coats living there. I think I'll PASS.
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Lol. Well i live in Oz, so, bye everyone!! I hope i'm doing something nice when it happens.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
Why would you want to survive it?


well, living in the UK, I reckon we'd move far further south, so the WEATHER will improve.

after the massive EQs, mega tsunami, hypercanes, wars and plagues, it'll be a LOVELY place to live.

lol


Yeah, but there would still be red coats living there. I think I'll PASS.
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The UK will Be another Atlantis at the bottom of the sea.Still I will die smiling knowing all the illegals went down with me.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
this is semi speculation....but anything north of 45 degrees should be fine. the further north the better.



the last place you want to be is at, or below the equator.
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Why? is the bottom half going to fall off or something?
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
Since a physical pole shift would kill all life on Earth and leave the planet a molten mass there is no sense worrying about it.

Magnetic shifts have been a part of the natural world for millions if not billions of years, and life seems to have survived it quite well, thank you.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
Where your intuition guides you to go.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
Somewhere that:
-Is at least 200 meters above sealevel, 500+ to be on the safe side.
-is tectonically stable.
-has acces to groundwater preferabely a contained aquifer.
-has acces to farmable and grazable land.
-has some basic infrastructure.
-is at a safe distance from densely populated areas.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your opinion, where is the safest place to live after a pole shift? And for that matter, just prior to and during a pole shift.
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On my pole
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May wisdom tell me inside.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
another planet that can sustain human life,
or ufos. then again you need ufo to get to the other planets so either way it is a win win situation assuming you "want" to survive.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
I guess it would mostly depend on the pole shift itself. There are a few theories out there, from simple magnetic shifts (probably survivable), to crustal pivots. In the latter, it would entirely depend on which way it shifted, and how the earth was oriented and spinning when it ended.

Worst possible (IMO) situation would be with the poles pointing toward the sun, with little to no wobble. You'd end up with a "north pole" facing the sun all the time, probably killing most everything there eventually, a south pole frozen solid, and a small band of temperate climate around moving away from the north pole towards the equator.

Not only would you have to squeeze everyone into that relatively narrow band (and god help us if the earth rotates along some tiny strip of land with most of that area in ocean regions!), but you'd have other problems quickly creep in. Plants that needed a night cycle wouldn't grow and reproduce properly (without human help), and that would also affect the food chain at some level.

Probably the worst might be Antarctica facing the sun, burnt to a desert, with only australia/new zealand, bits of africa and south america to support all of humanity.

Might get a little crowded...
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
how much is five hundred meters in feet .?
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
Anywhere amongst the Colorado Rocky Mountain valleys that's above 10,000 feet eleveation. It's important to be protected from high winds(200 mph+), and well above the mega-tidalwaves etc. There is a huge valley between the western edge of the Rockies that is very fertile, and has tons of water available. Land is cheap as well. I spent a summer there, BUT bring lots of mosquito repellent or they'll eat you alive!!! LOL
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how long will the turbulent wheather last ?
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
I heard someone on t.v. say Africa.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
this is semi speculation....but anything north of 45 degrees should be fine. the further north the better.



the last place you want to be is at, or below the equator.


Why? is the bottom half going to fall off or something?
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because as the magnetosphere weakens, the equator will get pounded with radiation.

the closer you are to the north, 45 degrees or higher, the less radiation there will be....

it also depends which way theyre shifting...
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
The other end of the pole?
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
The other end of the pole?
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I'm pretty sure that is the WRONG answer.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
The other end of the pole?


I'm pretty sure that is the WRONG answer.
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there are indications that each pole shift moves them 30 degrees or so...and it there are also indications that the pole shifts have been moving downward....this is what i meant by which direction makes a difference.

if that is the case...you want to be north....if you on in the downward region where the pole shifts....you will get owned
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your opinion, where is the safest place to live after a pole shift? And for that matter, just prior to and during a pole shift.
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Try the Adirondacks, VT, NH, ME or anywhere in the Canadian shield.

The N pole is going into the north Pacific after the shift.

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