Why Are So Many Volcanoes Suddenly Exploding Across The World?
Michael Snyder recently posted an article at The End of the American Dream and at SHTFPlan.com:
Why Are So Many Major Volcanoes Suddenly Exploding All Over The World?
“Two of Hawaii’s largest volcanoes are erupting simultaneously.
Hawaii’s Mauna Loa, the world’s largest active volcano, erupted for the first time in decades on Sunday night. Nearby, Kilauea is also erupting — both on the archipelago’s Big Island.
Dual eruptions haven’t been seen since 1984.”
Well, it’s certainly not from one of the most nonsensical narratives being pushed on us – the alleged “global warming” that they’ve been ranting about for decades. “Right now, the amount of snow cover in the northern hemisphere is the highest that it has been “since measurements began in 1967”…” The temperature where I am in southern Pennsylvania is predicted to go down to 10 degrees F this weekend. I wish there was some global warming right now.
The evidence suggests that as galactic dust enters our solar system, pushed by a wave of energy from the galactic center – the sun will become energized by the dust just like someone sprinkling sawdust over a campfire.
Earth’s magnetic field is also weakening during this local change in polarity, and as Earth’s field weakens – a process which has been accelerating – more charged particles of energy from the sun enter the magnetosphere and charge the planet. This will heat the core and weaken the magnetic lock between the crust and mantle, allowing the torque of mass imbalances close to the poles (like ice caps) to correct their positions closer to the equator. In effect, allowing a catastrophic pole shift in which all the continents slip over the core below to a new position. Our current civilization, as with those before us, will be lost in the sands of myth and time.
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“This will heat the core and weaken the magnetic lock between the crust and mantle, allowing the torque of mass imbalances close to the poles (like ice caps) to correct their positions closer to the equator. In effect, allowing a catastrophic pole shift in which all the continents slip over the core below to a new position.”
This Hapgoodian theory, results in crustal displacement such that poles end up at the equator and vice versa. However, the evidence is that alternative equators and poles remain within 30 degrees of each other. There is no 90 degree shift. Moreover, however weak the ‘lock’ could possibly be, the crustal slippage would occur with a velocity measured in degrees per century, and even if it accelerated to a degree per day, this is not something that can cause oceanic slop.
Rather than dynamic instability, it is magnetic opposition that causes reorientation of the entire planet – with zero friction impeding it. The noticeable phase of this accelerates* and completes within the space of a day, with poles exchanging positions. It is the relatively sudden cessation of this reorientation, as the Earth’s magnetic polarisation snaps in line with the external one, that then causes oceanic slop and crustal displacement.
* to degrees per second (visible sky-fall, rolling up like a scroll, etc.).
I’m by no means convinced there are 90 degree shifts, and see far more evidence for shifts in the range of 25-30 degrees. And records suggest it is fast, done in days.