posted on May, 25 2010 @ 05:46 AM
Well this is interesting to say the least. There are so many projects, and theories which could explain this , its difficult to know which one to
throw ones weight behind.
All that said, Im still waiting for this much hyped polar switch to happen. People have been "bricking it" (thats Essex slang for ruining ones
underwear) because they think gravity will switch off and we will all go flying off in mad directions , or that the switch will destablise every
tectonic plate on the earth, causing massive continuous quakes over every section of the crust.
A point made by one of the other posters on the board about this incident being nothing to do with the core of the planet because the core is fluid
and therefore cannot create quakes, I felt was a little nearsighted. The behaviour of the molten core of the earth, if it deviated wildly from its
basic state, could concievably cause higher preasure against the crust especialy at weak points. The core of our planet is where the centre of earths
gravitation lies. This being the case, paying a little more attention to that area might well be a good idea?