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Insiders that have signed official binding agreements can kiss their careers, reputation, welfare and liberties goodbye if they dare go mainstream in violation.
And I will clearly state, THEY HAVE AND ARE MAKING PREPARATIONS for 'Wormwood' among other things. Seek the truth in that statement if you so choose.
Using recalculated paleopoles from seamount anomaly modeling (SAM), Sager and Koppers (1) proposed an episode of rapid Late Cretaceous true polar wander (TPW).
In light of this finding and the preceding discussion, we conclude that the TPW event of Sager and Koppers (1) is an artifact of spurious SAM data.
While still a contentious issue, it is more or less widely accepted that it does occur, usually fairly slowly and has been convincely demonstrated in the recent geological past.
Most recorded incidences of TPW have been of a fairly small magnitude, and taken a modestly large amount of time. One instance, however, stands out. At ~84 Ma, many paloemagnetic poles on the Pacific plate show an extremely large shift over what is an instant in geological time (that is, a few million years).
TPW was first suggested in the 1920s as a mechanism for aparent polar wander observed over geological time before continental drift was discovered. The idea was held in high regard until the mid ocean ridges were mapped and magnetic polarity reversals could be used to infer movement of continents. More recently TPW has been suggested to account for some unexplained changes in pole location and is fiercely defended by Sager and Koppers
Their modelling and fitting of the data to the theory is fairly good considering the limitations of the data, but this does not mean a conclusive answer nonetheless.
You seem convinced that your scienctific data evidence clearly gives this information. Others, including myself, are not so convinced. That's just the way it is.
Scientists, in general, make light of these subjects and cast a high level of ignorance over them. To them, it's not ''scientifically correct'' to even bother doing serious, extensive research on things that they automatically believe to be not scientifically possible, therefore why even research or even consider the possibility of such things.
Care to explain how I am mistaken to logically assume that?
Can you prove to me that there is no possibility of a future pole shift or impending Brown Dwarf passage?