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Need a Team of people for a Survival project

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posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 07:20 PM
How much change goes on over time that people are unaware of?

I'm looking to set up a small team to so see how much change the world has over 90 days. Sounds crazy but if you think about it, its really not. What happens if tomarow the world changed and everything was effected. Weather, Days and Nights change, The way you grow food, the way current in the water flows, and Major disasters.

I need a team of 5-6 people with these skills or someone who can learn them.

Magnetic Pole Change
How to read a compass, to track Magnetic Pole changes. They need to track daily changes to see if there is any changes. It must remain on a stationary table away from metal and weather to get an accurate reading. The overall goal is to see how much change and the direction of the change and what is effected by the change.

know how to track weather patterns and major weather affects such as extream artic blast, hurricanes, flooding. Must be able to keep a General log for daily records and split the work load between 2 people.

Volcanic and Earthquakes
Track new volcanic eruptions and earthquakes showing over a 4.0 magnitude using a computer with maping skills to log and record locations, size of earthquakes.

Oceanic Current
Someone who can track the change of the oceans current to see he effects of what can happen in 90 days. Must check and log currents daily.

Someone who can track the changs of space. Sun changes, Solar flares, dying planets, meteors, commets and new events... etc.

so if anyone is interested send me a message on ATS. I would like to start this project on Feb, 11 2011. we can set you up with your assignment based on your skills. Some of the people on ATS will think this is dumb or stupid but after the 90 days we will report back with findings and what we think the world will be in the future.

posted on Feb, 8 2011 @ 02:26 AM
I'm intrigued, but I don't think most people here have it in them. A few do, though. Obiously reading. Compass is easy, but the rest takes a decent amount of effort and a certain amount of know how. There have been a few thread about maps of earthquakes and volcanos that I'll try to link here later because there are definitely people there who can and will be willing to help you. There are a cuple of threads about solar flares and other astrological events that I will link here as well for the same reasons. I don't know if there's much I can do to help besides that, though.

posted on Feb, 8 2011 @ 04:00 AM
reply to post by Adlai

Well any help would be great. basicaly everything just needs be be recorded for 90 days write up a report on there findings and then post it and we all have a discussion on it. After talking with some people that freek out at specific comments since i work with the military installation i thought it would be a great idea to see what we can find out they wont tell us and prepair for what is or is not coming.

posted on Feb, 8 2011 @ 12:16 PM
i am impressed by this idea, i will keep check on weather patterns, but on the day we begin please send me an email telling me so i don't forget, my email is

posted on Feb, 8 2011 @ 10:09 PM
Just an idea, what if a few (keep it simple) of the most reputable, real time data sites were linked in each category you have listed, that way the responsibility wouldn't be as heavy for just a few people, maybe the experts in those categories could also help get things going.
The reason I say this is there may be experts in these fields that may not be able to devote the needed time daily for three months but may not have a problem checking in to explain and analyze data while some of the amateur's keep the data logging going forward.
Only being suggestive. I think it an interesting project considering all that's currently happening globally at a very rapid pace.

posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 02:58 AM
reply to post by mtnshredder

Well thats not a bad idea. I wasn't meaning just people in the field for what we need to do this project. looking for anyone willing and who can help out. Just want to make things accurate as possible. So with that said this is open to all people willing to help out. just a couple of days before we start or this may have to wait till next week to start.

posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 04:09 AM
I'm quite the weather fanatic and have been for many many years (self taught), i'd be quite happy to assist with weather anomolies etc for you. If you'd like me to participate and assist your report, you can U2U me or email me at

posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 04:12 AM
Is it too late? If not, I'm in......

posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 10:39 AM
Thanks to everyone who has posted or wants to participate. I figured that there would be more people who would want to comment or join in. I actualy will be starting this project on the 18th that way i can give people time to post and participate if they wish. this friday is a little soon. If anyone has any ideas or sompthing they wish to add you can U2U me for a quicker responce. between work and sleep i get on the computer for a few hours a day so it makes it harder to reply back to posts.

posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 11:10 AM
Not really sure how this pertains to survival, but I can help.
I've been wanting to stockpile videos of our magnetosphere lately...
This will give me a better reason.
But I do have advice, if you get more on board....
Separate the space sections:
One person for the suns coronal activity...
One person for flares...
One person for Earth's magnetosphere (me!!!)
One person for incoming objects, i.e, asteroids, comets...

U2U me for any other assistance.
I'd like to contribute any way I can.
Also, I've already watched our magnetosphere drastically change lately.,
So I have a head start.

I can log the daily videos by day and time, save them and do specific time stamps that could correlate to events from the Sun and events here on Earth.

We also need localized events, i.e., more mass deaths of animals...etc.
To track if the magnetosphere is causing more damage. brain is swirling again.
Keep me updated!

posted on Feb, 11 2011 @ 07:30 AM
reply to post by texasoutlaw

Magnetic Pole Change
How to read a compass, to track Magnetic Pole changes. They need to track daily changes to see if there is any changes. It must remain on a stationary table away from metal and weather to get an accurate reading. The overall goal is to see how much change and the direction of the change and what is effected by the change.

THere are a couple of people on ATS that have had a compass taped down in a closet for the last 2 years or so. They marked the compass heading when they taped it down and they monitor it from time to time, and apparently it has drifted some.

I kind find the posts lately, I've been hoping to see those old threads pop back up.

Anybody could do this right now. Just fix a compass in a quiet place, a closet, or a high shelf or something where it won't get bumped or moved, secure it, and mark the heading with a permanent marker and a ruler and a date. Then periodically check it. Better yet, photograph it every 7 days or so and keep a photo log of the needle's movement.

posted on Feb, 22 2011 @ 11:31 PM
This is a good reason i asked for people to help on this project. we started this on friday and there are so many significat WORLD changing events. if anyone is still interested send me a U2U. can use all the help we can get.

posted on Feb, 22 2011 @ 11:48 PM
reply to post by getreadyalready

What if it's just your house shifting?

posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 07:35 AM
reply to post by Oaktree

If your house is rotating enough to be visible on a Compass, you better think about evacuating! Minor settling in a house would cause visible damage to drywall and masonary, but it wouldn't make a Compass move. So, if the compass moves, the house will be falling apart!

posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 10:12 AM
Ok, if you want to keep track of the "magnetic declination" which is the difference between magnetic north and geographic north, just go to the following link.


You can estimate this number from the year 1900 to 2015.
Just enter your zip code or lat and long data, date and presto!


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