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Came across a very informative and relevant presentation today. It is well worth the time to watch if you wish to broaden your horizons of both past, present and future changes on Earth relating to physical pole shifts."
Drawing upon the highly sophisticiated writings of the one using the name 'HiddenHand'
I could write more counters to your statement
I'm sure whoever 'signed off' on your 'evidence' paper got a nice pat on the back and some generous funding
Watch the video if you really seek answers to such questions.
Ummm, actually it does when tropical regions become freezing cold in a very short timeframe and vice versa. I suggest you learn more about how deep ice core samples are measured and analysed. It's not my job to explain the methods for you. Again, it's called research.
You have rejected so much credible evidence here throughout the thread that I seriously cast doubt on your intentions here.
Physical pole Shifts occur periodically thousands of years apart, not millions.
This analysis suggests that the time-averaged position of the spin axis has deviated by no more than about 5° over the last 130 million yr
We conclude that, as has been suggested before, most of the Jurassic North American data show the effect of either partial remagnetization in a recent field or tectonic rotation, and that, until more reliable data become available, the synthetic transferred paths from other Atlantic-bordering continents offer more reliable estimates of Jurassic North American paleogeography and polar wander.
These geoidal legacies may endure for several hundred Myr after supercontinental fragmentation, perhaps indicating a characteristic lag time between two distinct geological phenomena: global-scale surface tectonics recorded by the growth and disassembly of supercontinents; and deep mantle convective structure indicated by the long-term record of TPW.