posted on Jun, 15 2004 @ 06:43 AM
Originally posted by Indy
I don't believe a geographic pole shift to be possible. There is no reason the earth would rotate once and then stop. If the rotation started that
basically turned the world upside down it would continue until something acted upon it to force a change. But magnetic reversals happen often (in
geologic times). But birds leaving is a bad sign. A pole shift will cause the extinction of may animals.
Well, I really think you ought to research the polar shift theory first. It is not a rotation of the globe. It is a crustal displacement about the
mantle through a finite angle. And I'm not saying I think it can or can't happen, but let's at least talk about the theory proper, not some
EDIT: Excuse me. I have just violated one of my own cardinal rules and misused the word theory. If you would be so kind to replace each instance of
"theory" with "hypothesis" in the above statements, I will then be absolved and be able to sleep tonight.
Thank you for your cooperation. *
[edit on 6-15-2004 by Valhall]