posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 02:46 PM
reply to post by matrix12
This is getting scary. Too many mass die-offs are occurring for me to be comfortable or accepting of some poster's statements that these are "natural
Does anyone out there know if the magnetic pole shift is actual a shifting of the poles, or if the axis of the planet is actually shifting... Has
there been any research regarding this possibility?
I can imagine that either way this would confuse birds.
1. Birds tend to migrate to the same locations each year, so... if their natural connection to the magnetic poles could make birds think they are
hundreds of miles further south than they actually are, they may be freezing or starving to death. This may also explain cases where birds are seen
flying north. (they may think they are further south than normal and are trying to locate their natural winter homes.
2. Global water temperatures would be affected due to the angle of the sun in different locations world-wide. This could kill animals living in these
bodies of water, as well as affecting the natural flow of the oceans jet streams.
3. The Arctic and Antarctic ice caps would surely be affected.
edit on 18-1-2011 by VocalHero because: Dropped statement.