In Pole Shift: Evidence Will Not Be Silenced – I review proof of previous pole shifts, and that evidence of past and upcoming pole shifts is being suppressed throughout the world. But the story from Chiba (Japan) is new to me:
ICHIHARA, Chiba (JAPAN) — “A final review of a geological stratum here called the “Chiba section,” which had been recognized internationally as representing a new geologic age, the “Chibaian,” has been bogged down since April… A team comprising researchers from Ibaraki University, the National Institute of Polar Research and other institutions filed a request to the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS) in June 2017 that the Chiba section, which provides evidence of the last-known reversal of the Earth’s magnetic poles, be recognized as part of a new division of the Middle Pleistocene period… [Not that I agree this is the timing of the last or most recent pole shift]
Two Italian locations also vied for the name of the age, but the IUGS working group in November 2017 declared the formation in Ichihara, Chiba Prefecture, the winner. If the IUGS had moved forward, the age would have been named the “Chibanian,” but problems arose.
According to sources close to the matter, a different research team forming the Council for Certification of Paleo-Kanto Great Depth Submarine Basin Geopark, based in Katori in the same prefecture, sent an email to the IUGS and the Italian researchers stating that the evidence of the last pole shift was actually data taken from a different stratum roughly 2 kilometers away and that the Chibanian data was fabricated….
The Chibanian team members assert that in 2015, before they applied for the age name, they had not been able to gather enough data from the Chiba section alone, so they had also used data from a stratum 2 kilometers away, but at the time of application, they had gathered enough data and used only data from the Chiba section when making their case to the IUGS.
“There is absolutely no issue with the data, and the claim that it was fabricated is completely baseless,” said National Institute of Polar Research associate professor Yusuke Suganuma, a member of the research team. “They are just interfering with the review.”
Meanwhile, Paleo-Kanto council head Hisashi Nirei, an emeritus professor at Ibaraki University, told the Mainichi Shimbun, “I will not answer any questions, including whether or not we sent the emails.”
(Original by Yui Shuzo, Science & Environment News Department)
Knowing other pole shift evidence has been covered up, this gets my attention.