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The Destabilization of the South Pole-Increasing Seismic Activity-

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posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 06:39 AM
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Both temperatures and earthquake intensity are now rising in Antarctica as the core of our Mother the Earth is growing in mass. Soon the core will be birthed at the Weddell Sea in Antarctica (i.e come out of the Earth), initiating the movement of our Mother into the orbit of Venus. The Sun will also have become a Red Dwarf (it does this in 25,950 year cycles) causing all the planets to simultaneously birth their cores (those that currently have one) and migrate one orbit closer towards the Sun. Our world will be transformed and unrecognizable (at least with our current consciousness)...

www.youtube.com...
motherearthfathersky.org...




posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 06:49 AM
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What, so our sun is the only star we know of that becomes a red dwarf in CYCLES?



Brilliant, made my day thanks!



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 06:55 AM
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Due to the loss of many tons of the ice sheets, I believe the earthquakes to be isostatic movement where land corrects itself after a large, heavy mass is removed from it.

Its like a rubber ball going back into shape after you have made a dent in it.

Isostatic movement can easily cause moderate to strong earthquakes during a self correction lift or slip.

Just my two pennies
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posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 06:57 AM
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Seriously dude/dudette

Get yourself from youtube new age bollocks and read some astro-physics and cosmology books!



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 07:07 AM
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nailed it...not worried about this one..if its the worse case scenario..then there's not much we can do about it . it is what it is



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 07:49 AM
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Very true.

I think the real issue however is not the earthquakes, the loss of ice sheets et al, but what is causing them to rapidly melt and break away in the first place.

It has been said elswhere that there is rapidly flowing water under the icesheet itself.. This maybe denote some volcanic, magmatic intrusion from the earths interior into the icesheet.

Or, as has been postulated elsewhere, that the solar system is traveling through a magnatised cloud in space-which it indeed is- and that planetary capacitence has been compromised due to the cloud creating circuits between the planets which usually float in a vacuum. This means that the planets, at the various densities of this cloud, are connected and exchanging energies.

This explains why there is global warming even on the outer planets, the weird weather, increase in seismic activity, and even that "hum" that has been reported the world over.

Again, just a postulation, but a common sense one.
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posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 09:18 AM
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Originally posted by kdog1982

Originally posted by TrueAmerican
"catastrophic crustal correction"

Oh, you mean like a whole tectonic plate or two moving at once- the very thing I have been warning can, and I suspect has, occurred before in the distant past? Oh, you mean the very thing that a senior USGS scientist told me was basically impossible in an email and then deleted the entire thing in his response for plausible deniability?

Right.

Interesting article.


Seen that happen a time or two.
Just because you have a degree and important position does not make you infallible.

So,what is up with this?
What does it mean,in essence.



It means sh!t is getting serious. either that, or planet earth needs a tissue for its sneeze.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 12:36 PM
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I keep an eye on Antarctica as its in my back yard and thats where 50% of my weather comes from, and NZ was attached to it at one time.
Its not only this recent hand full of quakes at the bottom of South America and South Africa that are going on, there has been quite a bit of activity in the last few months from the Pacific-Antarctic Ridge too, south of New Zealand and Tahiti, but mostly in the low 5 magnitude range.
There are no subduction zones around Antarctica, its all Spreading Ridges.

There are volcanos on Antarctica and they could be the place to watch for increased activity.
This Mt Erebus site is quite handy

The only problem with the breaking ice sheets causing "crustal rebound earthquakes" is that the ice sheets were FLOATING on top of the SEA


We know more about the Moon than Antarctica, its definitely an interesting place.
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posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 01:02 PM
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While I know you are quite intelligent and usually provide good information, this I am going to have to call you on.

If crust displacement were to take place, which there has been no evidence of in history, it would have to be the entire earths crust as each individual plate is crushed between other plates.

If, which I am not saying it can't, the whole Earths crust could and did become displaced the speed at which it was shifting would depend on the consequences to follow. If the speed were to be quick, which anything not connected to earth would fly around, yes, tsunami's could occur and they would be pretty massive.

But the opposite could happen too, it could be a slow gradual shift and have no consequences.

As I said, we have no evidence that this has happened before, although it is theoretically possible.

I just wanted to post this because when you say things like this could cause what Edgar Cayce was talking about, you scare people, so I thought I would clear this up from the eyes of a physicist.


Pred...



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 01:04 PM
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Yeah...so the planets are going to eject their warp cores?

wow



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 01:21 PM
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www.youtube.com...
This was on the BBC the other day. In part of it they talk about the earths magnet field destabilizing, worth a watch quite interesting.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 01:43 PM
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Originally posted by muzzy
There are no subduction zones around Antarctica, its all Spreading Ridges.


Well from what I have been reading, that is not entirely accurate. The portion of the Antarctic Plate directly below the triple junction in Chile is indeed being subducted under the South American Plate, at a rate of 20 mm/yr. Where it meets the Scotia Plate are all transform boundaries.


Figure 7:CDP seismic line 769, which crosses the forearc region south of the triple junction. Here the Antarctic plate is subducting at about 20 mm/yr. A large accretionary wedge is present at this position along the margin, with a width of at least 30 km. Most of this material has probably been accreted to South America since the passage of the triple junction, less that 2 million years ago. This seismic section has been post-stack time migrated by Dr. Barrie Taylor.


walrus.wr.usgs.gov...

Get the full scoop at link.

Closer to topic, if we look at the historical seismicity of where these occurred, they do not appear rare or destabilizing:
neic.usgs.gov...



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 02:05 PM
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Originally posted by EvanB
reply to post by sitchin
 


Very true.

I think the real issue however is not the earthquakes, the loss of ice sheets et al, but what is causing them to rapidly melt and break away in the first place.

It has been said elswhere that there is rapidly flowing water under the icesheet itself.. This maybe denote some volcanic, magmatic intrusion from the earths interior into the icesheet.

Or, as has been postulated elsewhere, that the solar system is traveling through a magnatised cloud in space-which it indeed is- and that planetary capacitence has been compromised due to the cloud creating circuits between the planets which usually float in a vacuum. This means that the planets, at the various densities of this cloud, are connected and exchanging energies.

This explains why there is global warming even on the outer planets, the weird weather, increase in seismic activity, and even that "hum" that has been reported the world over.

Again, just a postulation, but a common sense one.
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The second theory is closer to the mark, methinks

Angular momentum is being affected througout the solar system, so it's not just us, with our SUV's as i have mentioned in the past.
What is causing it? The above theory is as good as any, right now.
Besides, isn't this just part of Earth's 26,000 year precessional cycle?
So the last ELE occurred when, exactly


I do not support the 'rapid pole shif' theory' myself, magnetic declination steady as ever, according to my compass

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posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 02:11 PM
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Here is a Live feed from RSOE, it supports the OP.
Quakes are at depths varying from 2 to 60 km...
Quiet at the moment.....



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 02:15 PM
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Sorry, i just wanted to get things clear.
20 milimeters per year ? If so, it doesn't seem scary to me. Even considering long term effects.
Im not a geologist though, can't know for sure.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 02:25 PM
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I read that same article today! I thought about it as soon as I started reading this thread. I think its relevant:

ANTARCTIC LAKE SHIFT MYSTERY


RIVERS and mountains can move given enough time, but they don't normally move half a kilometre every year. Yet that is exactly what is happening to a bizarre group of Antarctic lakes. And the lakes seem to be moving far faster than the ice shelf on which they sit.


I have been interested in this part of the world ever since reading Fingerpirints of the Gods by Graham Handcock. It does seem that it is changing at an ever faster rate and I believe that in the next decade or so we are going to see a new side to Antarctica that no-one in modern history has seen (But it has been extensively mapped since pre-history).

Good Thread.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 02:41 PM
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Originally posted by chr0naut

The Earth is neither increasing in average diameter or in mass.



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I do believe that every year thousands of asteroids add to the earths mass.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 02:46 PM
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Wow thanks for the info thats very interesting

The article in the op says that there are several underwater volcanoes as well



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 02:49 PM
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Fingerprints of the Gods


You need to read the FINGER PRINTS OF THE GODS by GRAHAM HANCOCK. It is available for download in PDF format at various sites for free. Here is one such site. Finger Prints of the Gods. Use any search engine and you will be directed to it. In his book he sets out how his archeological research has led him to believe in the geological ideas of Hapgood and Einstein as regard to "Crustal Displacement". Crustal Displacement is not the same as "Plate Tectonics". In the plate tectonics theory, which is now very widely believed in, the crustal plates move around slowly over eons of time. In the crustal displacement theory excess weight at the polar Ice Caps sends the Earth, by centrafugal force, into a wobble, resulting in sudden and often catastrophic events. This crustal displacement is what the Maya Calendar was trying to chart. The Earth is now over due for its next crustal displacement. Displacements occur every 15,000 years or so ?


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posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 02:59 PM
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Originally posted by AllUrChips
So for the last week or so I have noticed a few significant EQs in the south of Africa and near the south pole. Then today I found this article about it, so I thought I would pass it along. Quite interesting none the less.

theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com...


. . . The shape of the earth, a mal-formed spheroid, whose center of gravity is becoming increasing displaced by the turbulent shifting of the planet’s mass due to a wave of strong earthquakes that have rattled the planet over the last 7 years. . . .


I don't think that the "skin" of the earth is strong enough to keep it's lumpy/liquid interior in place and therefore that the shifting of the earth's internal mass is not caused by earthquakes but that in fact it is the shifting of the internal mass of the earth that causes earthquakes.

The question then becomes "What is causing the internal mass of the earth to shift?"

What causes lumps of stew to float to the surface and congeal in different spots? Convection currents and the turbulence of the reaction to the fire under the pot.

Something like this could also cause the redistribution of the internal mass of the planet with resultant perturbations of its rotation and consequent earthquakes.

Tipping the pot slightly also causes the mass of a stew to redistribute. Is something tipping the planet by means of gravitational attraction? Something big, approaching from beneath the ecliptic, or, plane of the solar system?

I don't think science has come to a definitive conclusion about that yet, although in the "cooler heads prevailing" mode, I think most would opt for explanation number one.

I'm only a layman but I have a hard time believing that geologists think that earthquakes are a causal factor in redistributing the internal mass of the planet.

Maybe I'm wrong about that. Science is after all a learning process.

My two cents worth.
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