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Major Anomaly In Chandler's Wobble.. Could Be The Start Of A Pole Shift.

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posted on Feb, 15 2006 @ 01:34 PM
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Ok have a little read at this aoreport.com... It allso has the GOES pic




posted on Feb, 15 2006 @ 01:57 PM
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Stevy, you seem to be confusing the magnetic pole with the axis of rotation.

Chandler’s wobble has nothing to do with the magnetic pole.



posted on Feb, 15 2006 @ 02:08 PM
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Goes has some strange info: Now there is a "LIGHT SOURCE"??
from the Alpha and Omega report:
Is there something strange going on in the skies over the South Pole? We're not sure, but there's some very puzzling information emerging after this past weekend. A NOAA weather satellite - GOES-10 has snapped some pictures from February 9th through the 12th that shows an approaching source of light, We're not sure if it is some sort of strange camera anomaly or some other easily explainable phenomenon or some unknown phenomenon.

To complicate matters, the GOES-10 satellite posting for Monday, 2-13-06 was changed and does not show the south pole. How odd. How strange. Is someone trying to keep the public from seeing what is going on down there? Perhaps we're a bit paranoid because we've seen evidence tampered with before. So such a move raises our eyebrows to the point that we began to take this a bit more seriously.

Now, after ORBIT first noticed the anomaly, someone else ran down A webcam pic from down-under at Casey Station run by the Australian government. It also shows a strange, unexplained light source.

hmm, since light is a vibration of electromagnetic waves, what is going on with
the electromagnetic energy? We know it can change from moment to moment
but, the scary thing is that planets poles and its orbit are determined by its electromagnetic charge. Is the charge changing? (there is that million dollar question again anyone got ideas??



posted on Feb, 15 2006 @ 02:16 PM
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Originally posted by HowardRoark
Stevy, you seem to be confusing the magnetic pole with the axis of rotation.

Chandler’s wobble has nothing to do with the magnetic pole.



Howard i am not saying the wobble has anything to do with the magnetic pole.. All i am saying is there is a lot of strange things starting since the wobble stoped. and if it truely has stoped what sort of changes can it bring and when or will it start again? What has started this anomaly?



posted on Feb, 16 2006 @ 06:17 AM
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Originally posted by Stevy
Goes has some strange info: Now there is a "LIGHT SOURCE"??


Here is an animation of that light source:



Source.

Maybe it's related to this.

[edit on 16/2/06 by Implosion]

2006 BX39 missed us by 0.0211 AU on the 10th Feb. Source.

And using the orbital diagram posted above, you can see it came from the southern skies.

[edit on 16/2/06 by Implosion]



posted on Feb, 16 2006 @ 11:45 AM
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Hmmm, my first guess would be an aurora borealis, but it doesn't follow the magnetic field of the earth, comet maybe?

It's strange


Another thing that could probably affect the earths wobble is melting ice caps at the poles, and pumping countless billions of barrels of oil out of the ground.
Those two things throwing off the balance that has been established since the last rebalancing.

How ironic that the oil pumped out that we use melts the ice.
Double whammy



posted on Feb, 16 2006 @ 12:00 PM
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Originally posted by Stevy
Goes has some strange info: Now there is a "LIGHT SOURCE"??
from the Alpha and Omega report:
Is there something strange going on in the skies over the South Pole? We're not sure, but there's some very puzzling information emerging after this past weekend. A NOAA weather satellite - GOES-10 has snapped some pictures from February 9th through the 12th that shows an approaching source of light, We're not sure if it is some sort of strange camera anomaly or some other easily explainable phenomenon or some unknown phenomenon.


Try "the moon."

Seriously. It was approaching full then:
aa.usno.navy.mil...

If you can find the pics for other full moon dates, I'm betting you'll see the same thing.


Now, after ORBIT first noticed the anomaly, someone else ran down A webcam pic from down-under at Casey Station run by the Australian government. It also shows a strange, unexplained light source.


For the record, we've seen this same kind of hysteria over moonlight in telescopes at observatories before. It's been attributed to "giant flying spaceships menacing Earth" and "Planet X" and so forth. Slight variations in the Earth's tilt (the wobble) will change the amount of moonlight very slightly. But it's predictable with a simple set of calculations.

It could also be Aurora Australius, but I think that could be dismissed if you looked at ALL the pictures from that site from that set of days.



posted on Feb, 16 2006 @ 08:57 PM
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Sick and a lil to drugged up to read some of that quiet so..

What your saying is around the 24th the wobble did slow down but picked up again back to normal?

Still seems like a weird ananomly that happened.



posted on Feb, 16 2006 @ 09:31 PM
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All's well that end well?
Back to normal wobble and all?



posted on Feb, 17 2006 @ 05:53 AM
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en.wikipedia.org...

en.wikipedia.org...

just for completeness' sake



posted on Feb, 17 2006 @ 06:36 AM
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Here is a link from wiki that I think you should read about Antarctica .

Scroll down to the part about the climate. The light you were talking about is called a sun dog .

Antarctica is a facination to me full of all kinds of surprises. I would like to point out something that I have thought odd for a while now. It started last year when I started this post. Unfortunatly, the links there are out dated. Anyway, here is something to keep in mind. The south pole is a desert. The minimum temp during the summer is -90 to -100 degrees fahrenheit. Right now it is only -47 degrees fahrenheit. That is about 40 degrees warmer than the norm. It has been that way for a while now. You can check the temps here at weather underground . Over the last year, or so, I have talked to the meteorologists here and to get right to it, they dont understand it either.

[edit on 17-2-2006 by mrsdudara]



posted on Feb, 17 2006 @ 10:50 AM
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Originally posted by mrsdudara
Here is a link from wiki that I think you should read about Antarctica .

Scroll down to the part about the climate. The light you were talking about is called a sun dog .

Antarctica is a facination to me full of all kinds of surprises. I would like to point out something that I have thought odd for a while now. It started last year when I started this post. Unfortunatly, the links there are out dated. Anyway, here is something to keep in mind. The south pole is a desert. The minimum temp during the summer is -90 to -100 degrees fahrenheit. Right now it is only -47 degrees fahrenheit. That is about 40 degrees warmer than the norm. It has been that way for a while now. You can check the temps here at weather underground . Over the last year, or so, I have talked to the meteorologists here and to get right to it, they dont understand it either.

[edit on 17-2-2006 by mrsdudara]



ok thats very odd.... anyone got any clues as to whats going on with the world at the mo??


And the wobble has still not started scientists are starting to get worryed....



posted on Feb, 17 2006 @ 01:01 PM
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I think in order to figure out what is going on with the Chandler wobble, you have to know how it started in the first place, and we dont know. We will all just have to wait and see. I am sure it has a lot of effects. It is probably what is causing the ocean currents to slow down.



posted on Feb, 17 2006 @ 01:10 PM
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It is probably what is causing the ocean currents to slow down.

Wow, thanks, something else to ponder in my overheating head space.


We can combine that theory with global warming.

Just as there is much confusion in politics, there is much confusion in what goes on with the eath, seems to me that is the way it is with everything, to pick just one reason with anything anymore is, well, one sided.

Pretty good speculation! It makes sense.



posted on Feb, 18 2006 @ 10:11 AM
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Originally posted by mrsdudara
Anyway, here is something to keep in mind. The south pole is a desert. The minimum temp during the summer is -90 to -100 degrees fahrenheit. Right now it is only -47 degrees fahrenheit. That is about 40 degrees warmer than the norm. It has been that way for a while now. You can check the temps here at weather underground . Over the last year, or so, I have talked to the meteorologists here and to get right to it, they dont understand it either.


What meteorologists did you speak to? There's absolutely nothing unusual about the tenps at the S Pole right now. You can find the average temps here

As you can see, -47f is actually a bit cold for this time of year!



posted on Feb, 18 2006 @ 10:54 AM
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I got the average temps from wiki and a couple different atlasses. The temps I gave were for the south pole. A lot of Antarctica has somewhat mild temperatures (for the area) like now, they are a lot warmer than I am here in Missouri. The south pole, just a small area of Antarctica is what I was talking about above. With temps -90 to -100. If that is incorrect, then they need to go through all atlasses and wiki, and change the info.



posted on Feb, 20 2006 @ 07:07 AM
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Originally posted by mrsdudara
I got the average temps from wiki and a couple different atlasses. The temps I gave were for the south pole. A lot of Antarctica has somewhat mild temperatures (for the area) like now, they are a lot warmer than I am here in Missouri. The south pole, just a small area of Antarctica is what I was talking about above. With temps -90 to -100. If that is incorrect, then they need to go through all atlasses and wiki, and change the info.


According to Wikipedia:-


Temperatures reach a minimum of between −85 and −90 degrees Celsius (−121 and −130 degrees Fahrenheit) in the winter and about 30 degrees higher in the summer months.


So your figure of -90 to -100f is the minimum temperature it drops to in Antarctica during the summer months. And not necessarily at the South Pole - as you can see from the site I posted a link to before, the lowest temp ever recorded at the South Pole in February is -71f The average temp at this time of year is -38f

Other parts of Antarctica can get a lot colder than the South Pole - Vostok being officially the coldest place on Earth.

There's more climate data here



posted on Feb, 18 2009 @ 05:48 PM
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reply to post by cmdrkeenkid
 


look up gregg braden on youtube and there is your PHYSICAL proof, the awakening part 1,2,3 and 4



posted on Feb, 18 2009 @ 06:32 PM
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I agree with Byrd however someone does need to look at other full moons to confirm,

Recently a story has emerged that the Russians may be getting everyone out of the area,

Of interest is the unconfirmed, though it would never be announced anyhow of the following:



RSOE Emergency and Disaster Information Service
Budapest, Hungary

2009-02-10 12:26:57 - Extreme Weather - Antarctica

EDIS CODE: ST-20090210-20447-ATA
Date & Time: 2009-02-10 12:26:57 [UTC]
Area: Antarctica, , Vostok Station (scientific research base),



Description:

The head of the Russian Antarctic Expedition denied on Monday media reports concerning an emergency evacuation of the Russian Antarctic station Vostok due to an extreme rise in temperature. "Don't believe them. I am writing an official denial that will be published on our website," Valery Lukin said on the phone from St. Petersburg when asked to comment on the reports. However, Lukin confirmed that a number of personnel had been transported out of the region. "This is a scheduled operation and not an emergency one. This was to be conducted in this timeframe, because the ship was unable to wait," he said, adding that 23 staff had left the station. He also said a cyclone had led to the temperature rising from minus 38 degrees Celsius (-36.4 Fahrenheit) to minus 24 (minus 11.2 Fahrenheit), but that it did not result in an emergency evacuation. Lukin said 11 people remained at the station and would be there throughout the winter. The Vostok scientific station is located in one of the
coldest areas on Earth. In 1983, a temperature of minus 89.2 degrees Celsius (-128.2 Fahrenheit) was registered in the region. Maximum temperatures in summer are no higher than minus 21 (minus 5.8 Fahrenheit). For over 40 years, Russian specialists have conducted research of hydrocarbons and minerals, drinking water reserves, medical tests. They have also studied climatic changes and ozone holes. During the Antarctic winter, the station is almost unreachable, so the station's staff are completely isolated for many months.


RSOE Alerts

As to the poster who said "it is against the laws of physics" etc,

REALLY?

Please explain the tilt of the earth in the first place?
The earth has changed its rotation, which is in fact slowing down now every day minutely, the bulge changes as it slows down too, and as the moon is drawing away from the earth not affecting the water,magma masses as much.

In addition for about 100 yrs of soo the Magnetic north pole has been moving at a fair ish pace and is currently not to far from northern Canada and no where near True north.

So there seems to be something up, it's unusual for the Russian press to run with something like this unless they think its close to the truth of some kind.

Elf



posted on Feb, 18 2009 @ 06:53 PM
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The earth has a slight wobble, called the Chandler Wobble. Over a period of 400 or so days the poles wander in crude circles 10 meters or so in radius. The fact that we have a significant equatorial bulge shows graphically that the earth is not rigid, and, if nothing else intervened, the wobble would die out in 30 years or so. Annual climatic variations between the northern and southern hemispheres account for part of the continuing wobble. Richard Gross of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory has published evidence that ocean circulation drives most of the rest. In effect, the wobble is ultimately driven by the Sun.
SOURCE

Something to do with the sun.




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