from ModernSurvival Website
The increase in the number of strong
earthquakes today may be related to the phenomenon of polar shift,
and are both byproducts of Earth’s turbulent and boiling liquid Iron
outer core, roiling around a solid Iron inner core as hot as the Sun
and spinning faster than the rotation of the planet itself.
The north magnetic pole was first located in 1831 and has been regularly tracked up until the most recent measurement taken some time ago in 2001. During that time the pole has moved an amazing 1,100 km.
In fact, since 1970 the pole has
been moving much faster, from 10 km to 40 km annually, an incredible
four fold increase.
Map of magnetic polar shift since 1831,
from the office of Geomagnetism of the Geological Survey of Canada.
It is unclear why there has been no
mission to physically locate the north magnetic pole since the last
observed position in 2001. There are only estimates as to its
However there have also been reports of the process completing itself much, much faster than that, the most famous account being from measurements taken of lava rock at Steens Mountain, Oregon which indicate that the magnetic field had been shifting up to 6 degrees per day during one particular polar shift nearly 16 million years ago.
The polar shift process itself is of concern not only for its effects on the earth such as volcanoes and earthquakes, but if the behavior is such that the field first reduces to zero before rebuilding itself, the Earth will be exposed without sufficient defense to solar radiation, which would be disastrous.
In fact, the present day
magnetic field is rapidly weakening
according to some scientific experts. There are several theories
about how a reversal would take place, some still maintain
protection from the sun while others do not.
We might conclude that this cause-and-effect might be contributing to other observed changes on the planet surface such as tectonic plate movement resulting in more earthquakes today.
So far during 2010, we have observed a significant increase in earthquakes, particularly in the higher magnitude ranges.
Everything we are seeing here lately regarding magnetic polar shift and earthquakes today may all be related and may be reflections of changes that are occurring deep beneath our feet.