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Earth's north magnetic pole racing towards Russia due to core flux (See note)

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posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 06:23 PM
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Perhaps this is due to us passing through an intense interstellar magnetic region outside our solar system, which could also help explain some of the other strange occurrences in the solar system and our atmosphere.

This region is supposed to be highly magnetic with very hot temperatures. Apparently the entire solar system has a protective bubble around it to guard us from these super-deadly regions of space.




posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 06:27 PM
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Wow! Man I love this place! I have been waiting to see if anyone was feeling this weird "wobble". I have felt it numerous times this year. I always discribed it as it felt like "gravity just surged to 11". It would make me kinda
"dip" when I would be in mid step..and I would always look at the person I was walking with and say,"man did you just feel that". They would always look at me funny, and say What?
When you said something about the feeling of being on a boat, I recognized the feeling.
My intuition tells me its magnetic/gravity
Some thing is happening



posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 06:28 PM
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I know what it means, an acceleration towards polar shift, Aquarius. Think of it as the Earth being a giant etch-a-sketch, and God is about to shake it so he can draw a new picture.

I for one don't really have a problem with that. About two years to go.

If you want to survive your best odds are somewhere near the equator, personally I love storms and would rather just leave it to luck. Russian roulette so to speak.




[edit on 25-12-2009 by factbeforefiction]



posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 06:32 PM
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Well, I'm on boats periodically and this is like waiting for your land legs to return but manifold strength. It's much, much stronger than that minor disturbance. I feel I'm literally being thrown around the corridors.

I thought at first that I was dehydrated because of the winter heating. I started to drink more water and it was slightly worse. I thought it was something in the water but it can't be because we would have heard about it to a greater extent than we have - till now. It looks like it's fairly widespread.

It would be interesting to find out how many people out there are feeling this thing, whatever it is. I had just attributed it to the polar shift because ... it just feels that way.

Another thing: Have any of you noticed wide ripples in the skies periodically since last spring? Sometimes they can be tightly meshed, looking almost like gray lines forming a herring bone pattern diagonally from the ground to the sky. Other times it will look like they are white and like they ought to be clouds but aren't. I can't describe it better. Sometimes they are a kind of burnt orange color. They can be wider or narrower and in all weather conditions. I suppose I probably haven't even seen them all. There are just so many strange things happening now.



posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 06:34 PM
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Is this why its colder in north America and warmer in Asia.

Is the shift in the magnetic pole the real cause of what is being called global warming/climate change.

Will North America keep getting colder and asia warmer as the pole shifts more towards Russia.

That would mean the sun and the earths magnetic field is the real cause of global warming/climate change.

If the north pole is changing so is the south pole is the warming and cooling pattern changing south of the equator and is it doing the same.







:flame



posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 07:02 PM
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At least we have a magnetic field, even if it is shifting, it protects our planet.

Mars had one once too... Along with much more atmosphere, water and maybe even life, but some how Mars magnetic field weakened enough for the solar winds to blow away its atmosphere.

If the same thing happened here... How long would it take for Earth to be like Mars is now?


Earth's global magnetic field comes from an active dynamo -- that is, circulating currents at the planet's liquid metallic core. A similar dynamo once churned inside Mars, but for reasons unknown it stopped working four billion years ago. The patchwork fields we see now are remnants of that original magnetic field.


science.nasa.gov...



posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 07:04 PM
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No, I didn't have any idea we had any vortexes in N.C. ! Where are the locations here.



posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 07:18 PM
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Random episodes of vertigo you say?
That's odd. I would go to a doctor. You can never be too safe, ya' know?

On the internal compass thing... I know for a fact that some people have them. I am one of them. It serves me well being a land surveyor.
I've almost gotten my coworkers to believe me at this point as I have only been wrong on VERY few occasions when asked to point at north.
(Once I was able to tell how far a building was off of North in degrees relative to my position... I missed it by 1.5 degrees... proper orientation though.)

Ummm... as far as the magnetic pole shifting, wow! I mean, it always wanders, but this would almost definately count as a marked increase. But probably not as much as people would think. Remember, there is a pretty good chance that most of us here (I know not all of us) live quite a ways from the Pole. It becomes a trigonometric function to calculate the declination relative to your distance from the pole itself, if anyone feels froggy enough to punch the numbers.

BUT, for our friends that live quite a ways up north, that would make for some serious declinations. Also not totally unheard of, though.
I have in my possession some old nautical maps of the Alaskan coast, and I was always intrigued by one spot on the map that records a local anomolous declination of 21degrees! ... Isolated as the surrounding area, in all directions, has a declination of only... like... 11 degrees, I think.

Yeah, there are weird spots on the globe... but it appears things are getting weirder!

S&F



posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 07:36 PM
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Originally posted by TheRedneck


  • If the magnetic poles shift far enough from the rotational poles, it Will create a more dynamic interaction with solar winds. What this will mean overall is not fully understood.
    Now, if this is indicative of a major change in the core, then it could lead to drastic weather pattern shifts, increased tectonic activity, etc. But so far all these are just theories, with precious little evidence to back them up. It is also possible that this could have some bearing on the recent heating phenomena we experienced (according to the article, this is not wholly new, but an acceleration of a continuing trend), but again, it's just a theory.

    If the movement continues, I'm sure we'll discover what it means.


    TheRedneck


  • hi all. my eyes opened with an Inference derived from this post!!

    *if* the change in magnetic field is due to the inner core of the earth beginning to tip over, this is BAD NEWS!!

    one...as the surface crust would lag, in its "following", there might be a lot of heat generated by the friction between the core and the Teutonic plates. Meaning...more heating of the lava fields and thus more volcanoes!

    two... if the core is tipping, it might soon "pull along" the crust too, making for a Real Pole Shift, as the skin of the earth begins to slide, and slide on the ever-heating magma!

    did not Mr. Manderville write a lot on this, a few years ago?!

    freestone



    posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 07:41 PM
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    You're right about there being variations in some places. I've read about some strange magnetic field anomolies in the Northern Rockies.



    posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 07:46 PM
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    Originally posted by ellieN
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    No, I didn't have any idea we had any vortexes in N.C. ! Where are the locations here.


    Mystery Hill, NC

    I plan to make a rock hunting trip to NC some day. will have to visit Mystery Hill as well, I guess.



    posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 08:07 PM
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    Wow, I remember earlier this year an interview with a pole shift indorser on coast to coast and he said that he believed the north pole would end up somewhere around moscow, russia. hmm cant remember who it was. Oh yeah, take google earth and put moscow wher the north pole is and this should give us an isea where that puts you in orientation to north and south.

    [edit on 25-12-2009 by Barkster]



    posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 08:20 PM
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    Yes, it is believed that after a magnetic shift the Earth also tilts on it's axis, which means a physical shift. But no one really knows how long it might take, or if this is really the way it occurs.

    Even if the shift is only magnetic it could cause chaos to birds, bees, and other animals, and insects that use the Earth's magnetic field.

    It will also affect humans, not only our satellites, and gps, but we are after all electromagnetic beings. Our entire bodies are full of water, and we have iron in our bodies, not to mention our brain uses electrical impulses to communicate with the rest of our body, so yes such a magnetic tilt will affect us. However we have to corroborate this.




    [edit on 26-12-2009 by ElectricUniverse]



    posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 08:27 PM
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    Originally posted by TheRedneck
  • The location of the auroras will shift with the magnetic poles.
  • The holes in the ozone layers will also shift with the magnetic poles.


  • And IMHO the two are inexplicably linked.

    and it always pissed me off that Australia got stuck with the big hole in the sky, when I feel it is a direct consequence of HAARP & the similar facilities, and Australia does not have one of these facilities, australia just copped the consequences.

    And so, I will be pleasantly surprised if the hole moves over to rest above one of the HAARP facilities, a kind of poetic justice of sorts.

    -B.M



    posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 08:29 PM
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    Originally posted by l77way
    we could do with phage`s opinion on this one,he allway`s put`s my over active mind at ease with these scary stories


    I've seen this alot lately.
    No offense to phage or yourself, but I think alot of the problems arising in every pocket of human life are from a need for psychological coddling.
    Think for yourself, It makes life easier.



    posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 08:34 PM
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    I've been feeling a wobble occasionally too lately, well occasionally for about the last 10 years, usually on a Friday or Saturday night usually after drinking some strong water. I've even fallen out of my chair a time or two due to this wobble-y feeling.



    posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 08:40 PM
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    it does fluctuate from time to time, people get the impression it stays in the exact same point and never wobbles from time to time,

    i had a feeling there was something up but did know wot here in the uk we got a ft of snow and pretty much snow shower every day for a good week and its normaly reletivly mild around december he we dont seem to really hit winter till mid jan to end of feb,

    i notised the weather was coming from the continent and thats allways when we in the uk get a very cold snap the winds was pretty much going directly west to canada/usa witch ive never seen them go that far out without hitting the jet stream and redirecting back in with low pressures, the jet stream looked like it had moves south and was coming in over southern spain & north africa,

    id be more concerned if the pole didnt go back to its original location just slight nick in are weather patterns anywhere could have huge effects, if the pole did shift all the way to moscow the sahara may look very diffrent next year,



    posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 09:45 PM
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    Originally posted by BRITWARRIOR
    it does fluctuate from time to time, people get the impression it stays in the exact same point and never wobbles from time to time,

    i had a feeling there was something up but did know wot here in the uk we got a ft of snow and pretty much snow shower every day for a good week and its normaly reletivly mild around december he we dont seem to really hit winter till mid jan to end of feb,

    i notised the weather was coming from the continent and thats allways when we in the uk get a very cold snap the winds was pretty much going directly west to canada/usa witch ive never seen them go that far out without hitting the jet stream and redirecting back in with low pressures, the jet stream looked like it had moves south and was coming in over southern spain & north africa,

    id be more concerned if the pole didnt go back to its original location just slight nick in are weather patterns anywhere could have huge effects, if the pole did shift all the way to moscow the sahara may look very diffrent next year,


    I felt some wobbles when I was last in the United States, about 3 years ago. I would be in a building in downtown San Diego, and it would feel like I was in an elevator, or that the floor was tilting or moving. It could happen occasionally, but then subside in a moment or two.

    This effect completely disappeared when I returned to New Zealand. Then when I was in the states before that, the same thing happened. So, I'm not sure if people get used to the magnetism of their particular locality, and then when they travel their body has some adjustment to make. So, if the magnetism is changing now, it could create the same effect even if you are not traveling.


    [edit on 25-12-2009 by downisreallyup]



    posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 09:55 PM
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    I remember reading about this some 10 years ago at that time it was moving less then half a mile per year. Seems it's accelerating.



    posted on Dec, 25 2009 @ 10:00 PM
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    The north pole is always migrating...nothing new about it.




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