How could a study of penguin poop help provide evidence of POLE SHIFTs?
Penguin poop has been studied intensively in recent years and apparently offers many insights. One award “for fluid dynamics was awarded for a theoretical analysis of penguin poop propulsion, conducted by Benno Meyer-Rochow of the International University of Bremen in Germany and Oulu University in Finland, and Jozsef Gal of Lorand Eötvös University in Hungary. When nature calls, brooding chinstrap and Adélie penguins are reluctant to leave their nests and expose their eggs to the cold. Instead, they simply point their rear outward, lift their tail, and fire. The departing excreta typically reaches distances of about 40 centimetres.”
“Meyer-Rochow told New Scientist. “And when we explained the responses from zookeepers, palaeontologists, engineers, human physiologists and so on, everybody understood that examining the physical properties of the release of fluids through small orifices was something of general importance.”
Hmmm. I never though we could learn such useful things from birds pooping.
I recently stumbled onto another interesting article about penguin poop in National Geographic. Yes, a whole article about how the penguins on Danco Island in Western Antarctica have been pooping on the otherwise bare rocks and making nutrient rich soil “for the last 5,000 years or so” ever since local conditions changed roughly “5,000 or 10,000 years ago.”
The official lie tells us that Antarctica has been entirely frozen over in Ice Age conditions for millions of years and that the last pole shift happened 780,000 years ago. But the fact that Western Antarctica’s penguins are only estimated to have been there for perhaps 5-10,000 years fits much better with the evidence I have gathered – suggesting that the last POLE SHIFT was less than 13,000 years ago, and the Western Antarctica had not been at a polar latitude before that time. Only after the pole shift was it frigid and uninhabitable (by human standards. Penguins love it there – under current conditions.)
Of course there is much additional evidence for pole shifts that has nothing to do with penguins or poop…