posted on Apr, 15 2012 @ 12:43 PM
reply to post by TheCoffinman
There has been an increase in geological activity over the past couple years. Several years back the Voyager 1 and 2 Probes left our Solar System
beyond the range of our Suns magnetic field. Scientists excepted to find nothing but empty space beyond the edge of our solar system, but instead the
found a magnetic "cloud" as they put it.
Our solar system has entered this "cloud". Based upon computer simulation what NASA discovered is that we are entering the Galaxy's Equatorial
region. This region is some where around 2,000 light years across. We will not reach the mid way point until some time in December of 2012 based upon
According to the Officially NASA's line is this magnetic "Cloud" as they put it will not effect us what so ever. Unofficially the magnetic field in
the cloud is getting stronger the further we get into it. Also it is now theorized that the Magnetic field of this cloud is affecting out star's
magnetic field which is why we are seeing an up tic in solar activity, and if this magnetic field can affect out star it also can effect the planets
in our solar system as well.
One geophysicist put it that this magnetic field is acting just like a microwave. a microwave use magnets to hear objects from the inside out. His
theory is that the earth core is being super heated and is beginning to expand, as it expands we should see an increase in seismic activity, volcanoes
that have been dormant return to life, and we should see weather patters that are far more volatile than normal. I personally find it interesting that
we are now seeing these same events.
Based upon this theory his high-postulates that if the earths core heats enough the plates of the earth should freely move around the earth core. And
there is geological evidence to back up this theory. 52,000 years ago the earths north pole was in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Our star system
take 26,000 years to circle the galaxy, but only dip under the galactic equator ever 52,000 years. According to geological evidence every 52,000 years
our pole shifts. It is not theorized that it's not the pole that moves but the plates above it.
Only time will tell if this theory is correct.