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Pole Shift: Earthquake Increase 2018 - Is The Earth's Rotation Speeding Up Or Slowing Down? (Video)

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I came across conflicting articles from Forbes, Time Magazine and Space.com. Two of them say the world is slowing down, NASA’s JPL said it was speeding up. Who do you believe? The answer may surprise you. Did the Bible have anything to say on the subject?

The cataclysmic pole shift hypothesis suggests that there have been geologically rapid shifts in the relative positions of the modern-day geographic locations of the poles and the axis of rotation of the Earth, creating calamities such as floods and tectonic events.
 
Is there an Earthquake uptick for 2018? Seems like it. What else is in store for us? Thanks for stopping by BIN. Stay tuned for more!

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    • beLIEve

      Earth’s magnetic field is…..NOT ABOUT TO REVERSE :idea:

      A study of the most recent near-reversals of the Earth’s magnetic field by an international team of researchers, including the UNIVERSITY of LIVERPOOL, has found it is UNLIKELY THAT SUCH an EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE anytime SOON.

      There has been $PECULATION that the Earth’s geomagnetic fields may be about to reverse , with substantial implications, due to a weakening of the magnetic field over at least the last two hundred years, combined with the expansion of an identified weak area in the Earth’s magnetic field called the South Atlantic Anomaly, which stretches from Chile to Zimbabwe.

      In a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a team of international researchers model observations of the geomagnetic field of the two most recent geomagnetic excursion events, the Laschamp, approximately 41,000 years ago, and Mono Lake, around 34,000 years ago, where the field came close to reversing but recovered its original structure.

      The model reveals a field structures comparable to the current geomagnetic field at both approximately 49,000 and 46,000 years ago, with an intensity structure similar to, but much stronger than, today’s South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA); their timing and severity is confirmed by records of cosmogenic nuclides. However, neither of these SAA-like fields developed into an excursion or reversal.

      Richard Holme, Professor of Geomagnetism at the UNIVERSITY of LIVERPOOL, said: “There has been speculation that we are about to experience a magnetic polar reversal or excursion. However, by studying the two most recent excursion events, we show that neither bear resemblance to current changes in the geomagnetic field and therefore it is probably unlikely that such an event is about to happen.

      “Our research suggests instead that the current weakened field will recover without such an extreme event, and therefore is unlikely to reverse.”

      The strength and structure of the Earth’s magnetic field has varied at different times throughout geological history. At certain periods, the geomagnetic field has weakened to such an extent that it was able to swap the positions of magnetic north and magnetic south, whilst geographic north and geographic south remain the same.

      Called a geomagnetic reversal, the last time this happened was 780,000 years ago. However, geomagnetic excursions, where the field comes close to reversing but recovers its original structure, have occurred more recently.

      The magnetic field shields the Earth from solar winds and harmful cosmic radiation. It also aids in human navigation, animal migrations and protects telecommunication and satellite systems. It is generated deep within the Earth in a fluid outer core of iron, nickel and other metals that creates electric currents, which in turn produce magnetic fields.

      The paper, `Earth’s magnetic field is probably not reversing’ is published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) doi/10.1073/pnas.1722110115.

      The research also involved :idea: The UNIVERSITY of ICELAND and GFZ GERMAN RESEARCH CENTRE for Geosciences. :idea:

      https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/04/180430160437.htm

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