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Originally posted by MischeviousElf
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
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),
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.
As to the poster who said "it is against the laws of physics" etc,
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.