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Red Alert: What Is on its Way? The Imminent Pole Shift and New Ice Age!

Sunday, October 2, 2016 7:44
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Red Alert: What Is On Its Way? The Imminent Pole Shift and New Ice Age!


Written by JayWill7497


There is a link between magnetic reversals and ice ages is undeniable. At least twelve magnetic reversals can be linked to glaciation during the last three million years alone. A magnetic reversal about three million years ago marked the onset of glaciation.

A magnetic reversal about two million years ago marked the onset of glaciation.

And yet another reversal about one million years ago marked the onset of glaciation. The Jaramillo magnetic reversal marked the onset of glaciation, as did the Brunhes magnetic reversal.

I will say it, and I will keep saying it until I am blue in the face. To those who know and to those who don’t know,

For all of you who think that Planet X / Nibiru is completely impossible, think again.

Many folks refuse to contemplate this thought because of fear. Open your minds a little.

If teleportation is achievable, who knows what else is likely?

Mind you, teleporting is doable.

Scientists have succeeded in making a roll of dust turn up a few feet away from where it disappeared; it was an amazing breakthrough.

If there really are other life forms in this amazingly vast universe, some of them must be smarter than us.

And furthermore, just because the ancient geniuses were so intelligent doesn’t mean they could survive forever.

So far, no past empire has survived all the way until currently (Not counting our own, new civilization).

Please take note that the Nibiru system can only be seen at a certain angle, at a certain time of day.

Typically at sunrise or sunset. And it “has” been visible for some time now.

The only thing is that it is coming from behind and under the sun, which is why you have to be very close to either the north/south poles in order to see it.

It also has already made many transformations in our Earth. Ice caps are melting. There has been an increase in Volcanic activity. The poles are unusually unstable. Mysterious sinkholes appearing in odd places. The weather is erratic and unpredictable. Islands that never existed are popping up out of nowhere and the list goes on and on.

And those of you who say you have “powerful telescopes”, precisely what time of day are you looking, what angle are you positioning your telescope, and where are you?

A telescope only works if you know exactly the mark that you want to view.

You can’t just see it from anywhere.

You can’t just see an eclipse anywhere either, and many people have not had the opportunity.

Just because “some” of us have not seen it before does not mean it doesn’t exist.

In the early 1990s, Robert W. Felix signed up for studies at the University of Washington. He spent the next eight years, full-time, researching and writing about the coming ice age.

From RationalWiki: Ice Age Now

Felix believes the reversal of the Earth’s magnetic poles is imminent and that their reversal causes environmental cataclysms which lead into ice ages. One of his two websites is Ice Age Now, which is where he peddles this facet of his theory of everything. Ice Age Now is mostly dedicated to global warming denial, survivalism (better stock up on dry goods and fuel), conspiracy theories (he believes the government is covering up evidence of the coming ice age), and abiotic oil crankery.

The sidebar is a long laundry list of denialist PRATTs, which makes it like Skeptical Science without the rebuttals. The “news” section seems to exist mostly to document any time at which a snowflake falls anywhere in the world (proof of the coming ice age!) and parrot whatever the latest denialist idiocy is, usually something from Piers Corbyn or Tim Ball. He also hawks his thoroughly “researched” books here.

George Monbiot specifically debunked one of his claims, that 555 of 625 of the Earth’s mountain glaciers are advancing.[

Felix is not affiliated with any university, scientific establishment, or corporation, and therein lies his strength. Untainted by institutional bias or conventional wisdom this architect turned author brings fresh insight to the study of the ice ages.

Evolutionary Leaps

Evolutionary Leaps is Felix’s other site where he pushes a deranged (but somewhat original, at least) pseudoscientific version of evolution. He basically takes Stephen Jay Gould’s ideas about punctuated equilibrium and shoehorns his Earth changes crankery into it. According to Felix, the pole shifts that cause ice ages are responsible for mass extinctions with one element of these events being fiery carbon nanodiamonds raining from the skies. That’s where the abiotic oil crankery plays into his grand “theory.” WorldNutDaily columnist Jerome Corsi occasionally makes guest posts on the subject.

Felix claims evolution is driven by cosmic rays and other radiation in addition to these pole shifts. To do this, he draws on a number of old crank tomes (mostly Immanuel Velikovsky and some creationists) and fabricated “facts” and mixes it with generously cherry-picked and quote mined research done by actual evolutionary biologists, paleontologists, and archaeologists.

This is a busted planet right now, and yet to become worse.

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