posted on Apr, 14 2012 @ 11:38 PM
reply to post by artistpoet
Thanks for that video link! I'll have to wait and watch it tomorrow as it's getting very late where I am here.
I remember reading decades ago about crustal displacement. The idea really interested me, and I was surprised to see that even Einstien had given the
idea a thumbs up at the time.
However, the book also predicted that it would happen in May of 2005.........
Looks like they were wrong.
Over the years I've seen more and more (or I should say less and less), lack of geological evidence that this has ever happened to the Earth. A
magnetic shift, yes. A crustal shift, no.
I do believe that there is a theory that Venus rotates the way it does (backwards, the sun rises in the west there), because the planet was actually
flipped over by a asteroid impact eons ago. Sort of like what happened with Uranus (which rotates on it's side). But it's still only theories.
I do wonder however if plate tectonics actually might keep a crustal shift from happening. In other words: if there were no individual plates, and the
Earth's crust was one single piece, would a geological shift be more likely?