Originally posted by jordanAKbramsen
reply to post by taws6
Even if this was the case, how could the jet stream have changed so drastically? and for it to happen the year of 2012 is just such a coincidence. And
there is NO doubt that a pole shift IS coming, its even accepted in the mainstream media. The North Pole has shifted 1000 miles after a huge
earthquake, I have heard that when the pole shift happens it will change climates all around the world. Alaska will be more tropical (more like Cali
or Tx id say) Texas will probably be a pretty cold state. And this would explain why greenland melted, 50% of it in 3 days not to forget that.
I'm surprised no one else noticed this in this post.
No. The physical location of the pole has NOT shifted 1,000 miles due to some big earthquake.
The pole has moved from very large earthquakes, however the amount has been measured in inches. Not miles.
If the north pole had physically moved 1000 miles in any direction, the sun would not be rising and setting where it's suppose to (it is), the stars
would be in the wrong place (they aren't ), and GPS wouldn't work correctly (it's working).
You seem to be confused. There are two types of pole shifts:
The first one has scientific basis, and the geological record shows that this happens, and indeed the magnetic pole moves (as it's the Earth magnetic
field that is moving), and a pole reversal in the future is supported by scientist. Date is unknown, and speed of shift is unknown.
The second one has no scientific evidence supporting it, and the geological record of the Earth itself does not support it either.
Greenland has not lost 50% of it's ice (where do you come up with these things? Try backing your statements with links to some source).
Greenland has had a record breaking amount of ice melt this year on it's surface (but the ice sheet itself did not melt away, nor did 50% of it).
Please use Google. It's your friend.
Last, but not least: if there were a crustal pole shift, it would not be just Alaska that experiences high winds if it were to happen. Nor would a
rogue planet cause the winds in just Alaska to start gusting at 100 Mph.......both events would have catastrophic effects on the entire globe.
And no, 3 bad wind storms in Alaska does not qualify as a "catastrophic effect". Try things like: 9.9 Mag earthquakes felt all over the surface of
the Earth, Mile high tsunamis, things like that.