posted on Jun, 28 2010 @ 10:55 AM
reply to post by Bocimaster
Apparently, you have done little research into this and that is correctable.
A pole shift is better known as a TPW, or true polar wander. This is not associated with a geomagnetic reversal.
Had you actually taken time to read the original post by L.O.organization you would see the following statements.
Every 26,000 years the poles shift, earth's crust is jostled so greatly that faults and fissures in the tectonic plates collide and are
crammed together while elsewhere it's ripped apart and new land formations are created and some old, more so on the oceans coast are obliterated and
not just by the land masses moving, but flooding or breaking off into the ocean.
One thing to know is that, when tectonic plates shift, the land is heated from the friction of one plate rising up against another as one is
forced below into the earths many layers.
In a worst case scenario, when the pole shift happens and the tectonic plates shift
As can be seen from the original post, it deals with TPW and not geomagnetic issues.
I would recommend that you:
1. Read posts before commenting - quite obviously you did not
2. Learn the proper definitions of terms
3. Do not post ad hominem attacks