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posted on Jun, 28 2010 @ 09:46 AM
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Yes, he did write the forward to Hapgood's book. That was written before plate tectonics was

established and before the oceans were understood. This is an appeal to authority and Einstein was

not a geologist. He made a number of mistakes including the assumption that the Earth's crust is rigid. Einstein was not aware of isostacy. When Einstein conjectured that an ice build up could lead to an instability in the earth and a pole shift he made a series of mistakes:
1. isostacy - the earth depresses under accumulated weight
2. crust is not rigid - composed of a number of plates
3. plasticity of glacial ice - glaciers flow downhill

Although Einstein wrote a forward to a book outside of his realm of expertise it does not mean that the book is correct. Due to a lack of knowledge of the mechanics of the situation, the point of instability postulated by Einstein is never reached for the 3 reasons given above.




posted on Jun, 28 2010 @ 10:34 AM
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posted on Jun, 28 2010 @ 10:55 AM
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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



posted on Jun, 28 2010 @ 11:11 AM
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Originally posted by stereologist
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A pole shift is better known as a TPW, or true polar wander.
2. Learn the proper definitions of terms

No, a pole shift is a pole shift, if you say pole shift it won't mean TPW, just a pole shift.


As can be seen from the original post, it deals with TPW and not geomagnetic issues.

Yes i see that now. It was my mistake not reading it.



posted on Jun, 28 2010 @ 11:36 AM
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No, a pole shift is a pole shift, if you say pole shift it won't mean TPW, just a pole shift.

Quite wrong. A pole shift is the vernacular for TPW. As related in the following link. There are TPWs and apparent polar wanderings, and large scale shifts which can be either true or apparent.

Cataclysmic pole shift hypothesis



posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 01:15 PM
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THe magnetic pole moves about 10km every year. Recently it's accelerated to about 40km per year. The magnectic pole will actually be over Siberia in a few years. A MAgnetic pole shift isn't a big deal, there is still enough magnetic field to protect us from radiation and solar winds.

As far as a rapid physical pole shift, it's never happened. True Polar wander is about 1 degree every million years give or take. Being as rapid physical pole shift has never happened there isn't a reason to think that it will. A gradual physical pole shift won't cause destruction. And polar wander of 55 degrees or more happened when we had all the continents on one side of the earth. The key to physical pole shift is a mass build up far from the equator. THe earth is very welll balanced today. So there would have to be a significant impact on the planet to cause. A monsterous asteroid, like ceres 1/4 the size of the moon, or something 1/20th the size of the moon moving at a high velocity could do it.

But if that happened there is no safe place. You'd have to know how big the object was. How fast it's traveling. It's mass. Impact site. Etc... Trying to plan for that is like trying to plan for the Easter Bunny popping through your window with an Uzi and an army of rabid bunnies. It's not likely to happen, but if it does your screwed.



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 03:13 AM
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I found this thread searching for "safe zone" maps. Do any of you believe these can actually exist with any kind of accuracy?



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 08:56 PM
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The safe zone maps are as made up as any thing else concerning 2012. It's really funny to hear the sources of some of the maps. It's a friend in the government or a top level military friend, or scientist friend of a friend.



posted on Apr, 18 2011 @ 06:56 AM
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Pole shift happens mainly if any Tsunami or Earthquake happens. It cannot be reversed. Earth is already burdened. Shifting of poles are not a good sign for earth's stability. If you look at the disaster's occurrences in the recent years, it happens every year. Maybe, this 2012howto.com... helps for better understanding.

Dan



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 03:41 PM
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Pole shift happens mainly if any Tsunami or Earthquake happens.

Pole shifts are not related to tsunamis. They are a hypothetical construct described by Hancock that has not happened. Geologists have detected something called a TPW or true polar wander.

The link you provided mentions pole shifts in relationship to the magnetic poles. The magnetic poles are due to core events and are not affected by earthquakes which are surface events. The surface and core are separated by the immense mantle zone of the Earth.



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 01:01 AM
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Originally posted by zysin5
Here is what your going to need if a Polar shift does come to pass here in this world..

First off




Then have no regrets in your life.. A full pack of smokes, and what ever else you will need to make your passing over a party!!!


edit: opps wrong pic. hehe

[edit on 7-7-2007 by zysin5]

I'm with ya buddy.



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 02:19 AM
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So are any VIP's relocating to denver colorado, the swiss alps or the himlayas.
Scary stuff nonetheless, this physical flipping/shifting of poles



posted on Apr, 10 2012 @ 11:11 AM
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I totally believe this pole shift theory



posted on Apr, 10 2012 @ 11:17 AM
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Do you mean geomagnetic reversal or a crustal event?

A pole shhift as described by Hancock cannot happen and has never happened.





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