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The latest piece of propaganda from Al Gore’s army is incredibly simple.  The new claim is that the reason we are suffering through all this snow is..you guessed it…man made global warming. But Some scientists are arriving at a more logical explanation, Magnetic polar shifts. This phenomenon has happened many times in happens in Earth’s history  On average, such reversals take place every 500,000 years, but there is no discernible pattern. Flips have happened as close together as 50,000 years, though the last one was 780,000 years ago —so the earth is due.

This shift is not a snap occurrence and could take up to one thousand years to complete, but some time on the future, your compasses will be pointing south. In fact it is already forcing adaptions in air-travel.

Florida’s Tampa International airport closed its primary runway on Thursday after a shift in earth’s northern magnetic pole made it impossible for planes to take accurate bearings.

The primary runway will remain closed until January 13, according to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). “The Earth’s poles are changing constantly, and when they change more than three degrees, that can affect runway numbering,” FAA spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen told Fox News. Information on the movement of earth’s magnetic fields is vital for planes’ proper navigation on the runways. Runway designations and charting rely on geomagnetic information and that “aviation is charted using latitude and longitude and the magnetic poles”, explained Bergen.

When the magnetic fields are in the process of shifting its anarchy– anything can happen and does happen.  All hell breaks lose and part of that “all hell” is super-storms

The latest superstorm—as of this writing—is a monster over the U.S. that stretched across 2,000 miles affecting more than 150 million people.

Yet even as that storm wreaked havoc across the Western, Southern, Midwestern and Northeastern states, another superstorm broke out in the Pacific and closed in on Australia.

The southern continent had already dealt with the disaster of historic superstorm flooding from rains that dropped as much as several feet in a matter of hours. Tens of thousands of homes were damaged or destroyed. After the deluge bull sharks were spotted swimming between houses in what was once the quiet town of Goodna.

Shocked authorities now numbly concede that some of the water may never dissipate and have wearily resigned themselves to the possibility that region will now contain a small inland sea.

But then only a handful of weeks later another superstorm—the mega-monster cyclone Yasi—struck northeastern Australia. The damage it left in its wake is being called by rescue workers a war zone.

The incredible superstorm packed winds near 190mph. Although labeled as a category-5 cyclone, it was theoretically a category-6. The reason for that is storms with winds of 155mph are considered category-5, yet Yasi was almost 22 percent stronger than that.

 And scientists are predicting the storms may get much worse.  The reason is that the polar shift has accelerated. Over past decades, the earths magnetic north has been moving toward Russia at about a rate of about five miles per year.  But sometime during the past decade the pace has gotten much quicker, 40 miles/year (there is no word on how Santa will adapt) and its getting faster.

Recently, as the magnetic field fluctuates, NASA has discovered “cracks” in it. This is worrisome as it significantly affects the ionosphere, troposphere wind patterns, and atmospheric moisture. All three things have an effect on the weather.

For those of you who, like me  do not remember a heck of a lot about high school geology, there is something called the ” Chandler wobble was first discovered back in 1891 by Seth Carlo Chandler an American astronomer. All it means is that as it rotates it wobbles like a top when it slows down (no the earth isn’t slowing down). But something did happen.

“The track of the spin axis began to slow down and by about January 8, 2006, it ceased nearly all relative motion on the x and y coordinates which are used to define the daily changing location of the spin axis.”

And the Earth stopped wobbling—exactly as predicted as another strong sign of an imminent Ice Age.

So, the start of a new Ice Age is marked by a magnetic pole reversal, increased volcanic activity, larger and more frequent earthquakes, tsunamis, colder winters, superstorms and the halting of the Chandler wobble.

 It seems as if all these conditions are being met. Sorry Al.

“The Earth was in October 2005 moving into the small spiraling circle (the MIN phase of the wobble), which should have slowly unfolded during 2006 and the first few months of 2007. (Each spiraling circle takes about 14 months). But suddenly at the beginning of November 2005, the track of the location of the spin axis veered at a very sharp right angle to its circling motion.
“The track of the spin axis began to slow down and by about January 8, 2006, it ceased nearly all relative motion on the x and y coordinates which are used to define the daily changing location of the spin axis.”
And the Earth stopped wobbling—exactly as predicted as another strong sign of an imminent Ice Age.
So, the start of a new Ice Age is marked by a magnetic pole reversal, increased volcanic activity, larger and more frequent earthquakes, tsunamis, colder winters, superstorms and the halting of the Chandler wobble.

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