posted on Mar, 11 2012 @ 12:07 AM
So I was doing some research a couple of days ago, and there was a articall on Vostok Lake in Antarcica, and here is the articall and I quote:
The largest subglacial lake in the world, Antarctica's Lake Vostok lies beneath 4km of ice, makeing it spectacularly inaccessible. Using seismic
waves and satellite imagery, researchers have mapped the lake's extent(at 16 square km, and maxing out at one thousand meters deep, it's roughly the
size of Lake Ontario) and have a solid understanding of the lake's interactions with the glacial ice slowly gliding over it.
Many strange magnetic anomalies have also been recorded near Lake Vostok. This has caused scientist to release statements indicating that the
Earth's core might be thinner near Lake Vostok, but many conspiracy theorists have latched onto the idea that an accumulation of metals, the kind
that you would finad in an ancient buried city, has caused the magnetic disturbance. The original goal of the ice core drilling was to meassure past
weather conditions. This was accomplished by Russian scientists and data was gathered stretching back 420,000 years.
This data has revealed some concerning fasts. Apparently, the Holocene geological epoch which begain approximately 12,000 years ago is going to
end soon. The Vostok ice cores have given scientists important data indicating that changes to the Earths surface can occur suddenly and violently,
which is in direct opposition to the current geological model of gradualism. Scientists predict that the last sudden shift occured around 13,000 years
ago. All of this data supports Charles Hangood's ideas surrounding a sudden pole shift hypothesis.
So what I had gathered is that this new data supports that there are poll shifts and they happen suddenly.