I found this recent article from The Guardian quoted at Zerohedge:
I want to emphasize a few key points, because this is excellent support of POLE SHIFT
This DNA evidence was from “sediment, tucked in the mouth of a fjord in the Arctic Ocean in Greenland’s northernmost point.” Two million years ago, “the northern peninsula of Greenland, now a polar desert, once featured boreal forests of poplar and birch trees teeming with wildlife…. forests populated by reindeer, hares, lemmings and mastodons.”
There is no evidence that the rest of the world experienced similar “global warming.” For example if my region in southern Pennsylvania experienced a 50-65 degree temperature increase, that means the hottest summer days could be 165-170 degrees – enough to cook meat.
What are the maximum temperatures animals and people can survive in? That depends on the humidity. “A wet-bulb temperature of 35 °C, or around 95 °F, is pretty much the absolute limit of human tolerance, says Zach Schlader, a physiologist at Indiana University Bloomington. Above that, your body won’t be able to lose heat to the environment… if you can’t cool down quickly, brain and organ damage will start. The conditions that can lead to a wet-bulb temperature of 95 °F vary greatly. With no wind and sunny skies, an area with 50% humidity will hit an unlivable wet-bulb temperature at around 109 °F, while in mostly dry air, temperatures would have to top 130 °F to reach that limit.”
If temperatures rose 50-65 degrees worldwide, Pennsylvania would clearly be within the huge zone of death where no animals could live, because the heat of summer would kill them all. The tropics could see summer high temps over 180 degrees. Our pores would expand so much in an attempt to sweat enough to cool down that we would bleed to death through our pores.
Much farther north and south of the equator, life would be possible. Consider St. Petersburg, Russia at latitude 60 degrees North. In the 21st century, St. Petersburg occasionally sees high temperatures of “30-32° C” or 86-90F. Now add as much as 65 degrees, and summer temperatures could be 136-155F. Still very fatal to human and animal life. Is there evidence that most of Earth was devoid of animal life except for small zones near the poles? Nope.
Earth would not be habitable for animal or human life except in the Antarctic and Arctic…. if the whole planet experienced such temperature increases. There would also be no polar ice caps. If they melted: “global sea level would rise approximately 70 meters (approximately 230 feet)” and one fun interactive video shows these coastlines after 70 meters of sea level rise:
Bye bye half of Russia, the southeastern United States, The African coast, and the Amazon basin in particular. Is there any evidence this is what the old coastlines looked like 2 million years ago? Nope.
Of course, the huge difference in the temperature of northern Greenland is quite understandable – if we assume the Earth’s crust is not fixed over the core and that the entire surface of the planet moves as one solid piece during a POLE SHIFT. In fact the very weight of the ice caps in Antarctica and Greenland causes a mass imbalance that is corrected during a pole shift and the laws of physics dictate that the ice caps of one world age will move towards the equator of the next world age. Albert Einstein said as much in the foreward to Charles Hapgood’s 1959 book Earth’s Shifting Crust.
If the next pole shift catastrophe happens in the next few decades as predicted, we can expect Greenland to experience such warm temperatures again within our lifetimes. Well, within the natural span of most of our lifetimes, if our lives are not cut short by the civilization-ending catastrophe. Perhaps I should say, within the lifetimes of the survivors.
And of course there will be a new Arctic, presumably in Southeast Asia, and a new Antarctic – probably in South America and the Pacific Ocean off its coast.
But if that’s too much to deal with, forget about pole shifts. Assume the whole world was once 50-65 degrees hotter. Don’t worry about the evidence.