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originally posted by: sketchytink
a reply to: sageturkey
Ok, so the next hot spot should be in montana, but according to inuit elders in the arctic ( www.naturalnews.com... ) the axis tilt of the earth has moved to the north. is where that crack located right to the south of the projected hotspot?
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