posted on Jul, 11 2013 @ 04:29 PM
I did not read through all the pages of this thread but after doing a quick skim of a few of the pages I did not see anyone mention the 40 degree flip
The theory goes something like this: If you take a gyroscope and give it a gentle nudge it will move slowly in that direction, until its axis reaches
40 degrees of tilt. Once it reaches 40 degrees it accelerates dramatically until there is a pole reversal.
Those who follow this topic are probably aware of the (brittish?) guy's home cooked theory I'm referring to, if you really wanna call it a
I see some problems right away with it, the most obvious is that gravity is the force acting on the gyroscope cause it to shift. As far as the earth
is concerned the same basic physics will not apply, you really have to take the moon, sun, and electromagnetic energy into account to have any chance
at all at accuracy.
I for one, am of the opinion that the destabilization period will probably happen quickly once it really begins and the effect will be pretty
immediate, it will probably take several hundred years for it to settle back down to an organized reversed structure. I base this on absolutely
nothing, just a guess.