Down The Rabbit Hole w/ Popeye (08-28-2014) Religion, Religious Myth, Ancient Aliens & The Evolution of Humanity

DTRH - (08-28-2014)

(FEDERALJACK)   On this edition of DTRH Popeye welcomes back to the broadcast friends, researchers, and radio show hosts Chris and Sheree Geo. The three of them get into some taboo topics including: God; Religion; Religious Myth; The Annunaki, and Ancient Alien Connection to All Modern Day Religions; Lucifer vs. Satan; The Evolution of Consciousness, and More.












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  • Biosphere Collapse-pole shift geophysical how & why.
    The result of the Western Antarctic ice sheet dislodging:
    Rotational Wobble (Chandler’s). The Crust presents the earth with an unbalanced distribution of weight, even a small (10 centimeters) displacement of the crust would cause the earth to wobble more (which ironically could induce more crustal displacement, thus causing more wobble, thus causing more displacement, etc.) Added bulges from the expansion beneath the crust would worsen the imbalance. The diameter at the equator is 43 kilometres more than the rest of the Earth’s surface, due to centrifugal forces.

    “In a polar region there is a continual deposition of ice, which is not symmetrically distributed about the pole. The earth’s rotation acts on these asymmetrically deposited masses [of ice], and produces centrifugal momentum that is transmitted to the rigid crust of the earth. The constantly increasing centrifugal momentum produced in this way will, when it has reached a certain point, produce a movement of the earth’s crust over the rest of the earth’s body, and this will displace the polar regions toward the equator.”

    A foreword by Prof. Albert Einstein in The Earth’s Shifting Crust by Prof. Charles Hapgood.
    Seismic Intensification.


    The information at the end of your e-mail is especially important about the “humming” noises.
    These are caused by shifts in the multi-dimensional electromagnetic pressure pattern on Earth, which gets its ‘directional shift’ from EMF (electromagnetic field)communication between the [Earth] inner core, the sun and other cosmic forces.
    Of course, this is not broadcasted by NASA, and so-called local officials play ‘dumb’ as to the ‘source’.
    But essentially, it means a lot of dimensional ‘bending’ is occurring, which is the reason why so many planetary forces are going haywire at this time.

    Simon CC:

    Acoustic Gravity Waves (Checkout online – Dr. Elchin Khalilov)
    “In both cases, even though the causes of acoustic-gravity waves are of a quite understandable geophysical nature, they are indicative of the expected significant increase in solar activity and the geodynamic activity of our planet. There is no doubt that processes in the core rule the internal energy of our planet, therefore, we should expect by the end of 2012 a sharp rise in strong earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis and extreme weather events with peak levels in 2013 – 2014.” Dr. Elchin Khalilov, a geophysicist and a professor in Azerbaijan. Jan 2012 ___________________________ Pole Shift by John White What will happen during a pole shift. “The ultimate disaster! Enormous tidal waves will roll across the continents as oceans become displaced from their basins. Hurricane winds of hundreds of miles per hour will scour the planet. Earthquakes greater than any ever measured will change the shape of the continents. Volcanoes will pour out huge lava flows, along with poisonous gases and choking ash. Climates will change instantly, and the geography of the globe will be radically altered. If the pole shift is less than a full 180 degrees, the polar ice caps will melt rapidly, raising sea levels, while new icecaps will begin to build. And large numbers of organisms, including the human race, will be decimated or even become extinct, with signs of their existence hidden under thick layers of sediment and debris or at the bottom of newly established seas…” ___________________ Biosphere Collapse by John Berbatis In the past ten years, there has been an exponential melting of the ice sheets and a noticeable disintegration of the ice shelves owing to ‘global warming’. The loss of mass from the underlying Tectonics Plates causes them to ascend (iso-static rebound), and this results in an increase in the intensification and frequency of global seismological activity. The seismic data of the past ten years confirm this conjecture. Furthermore, the ice shelves impede the flow of glaciers and ice sheets into to the oceans; and when the ‘polar regions’ are subjected to unprecedented seismic upheavals, these events will then cause the ice sheets and glaciers to be dislodged en masse into the ocean. This occurrence will then instantly destabilize the earth’s crust weight distribution (isostasy), and so precipitate a ‘crust displacement’ (Mag. 10+), that is, an axis change. The previous subterranean extraction of fossil fuels and water will greatly exacerbate this impending Apocalypse. Currently, the excessive amount of carbon and methane gasses in the atmosphere is causing catastrophic weather conditions, globally – and this situation will rapidly deteriorate into ‘a runaway climate’. West Antarctic glacier loss: ‘We have passed the point of no return’ (+video) Two studies released Monday signal that five glaciers in West Antarctica are undergoing irreversible decline over the next several hundred years, signaling sea level-rise of nearly four feet. By Pete Spotts, Staff writer / May 12, 2014 The Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica is seen in this undated NASA image. Vast glaciers in West Antarctica seem to be locked in an irreversible thaw linked to global warming that may push up sea levels for centuries, scientists said on May 12, 2014. NASA handout/ReutersEnlarge Five glaciers that feed continental ice from Antarctica into the Pacific sector of the Southern Ocean – glaciers long seen as the soft underbelly of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet – are undergoing irreversible decline, two new studies indicate. The glaciers flowing into these waters, Antarctica’s Amundsen Sea, carry enough ice to raise sea levels by 1.2 meters (3.9 feet), with effects that cascade to other sections of the ice sheet.”We have passed the point of no return,” says Eric Rignot, a glaciologist at the University of California at Irvine and the lead author of the study, which has been accepted for publication in the journal Geophysical Research Letters. RECOMMENDED: Are you scientifically literate? Take our quiz The glaciers’ retreat “will also influence adjacent sectors of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, which could triple this contribution to sea level,” he said during a briefing Monday. This would amount to a global average of three to four meters of sea-level rise.Estimates of the timing involved for the retreat of one of the two largest glaciers, the Thwaites Glacier, range from 200 to 900 years, according to another study, set to be published Friday in the journal Science. Through the rest of this century, the study anticipates relatively modest additions to sea level from Thwaites, after which the glacier’s retreat accelerates.Regardless of the time span, however, the loss of the glaciers is virtually unstoppable, the researchers say. If these results hold up, they suggest that even if all human-generated greenhouse gas emissions were to stop today, the climate would still continue to warm some, as the oceans release captured heat, and the loss of these glaciers would continue unabated.The study that Dr. Rignot and colleagues have produced “is a really important piece of work” involving a “critically important piece of the continent” for society, says Sridhar Anandakrishnan, a glaciologist at Penn State University in State College, Pa., who did not take part in either study.Rignot’s team reached its conclusion after studying 40 years worth of data on the speed of glacier retreat, as well as more recent data on ice thickness and significantly improved maps of the terrain under the ice.The causes of the glaciers’ retreat represent a confluence of global warming and the region’s unusual under-ice terrain, the researchers say.The weight of the continental ice has depressed the crust. What once were river valleys that made their way to the ocean are now valleys buried under ice and held well below sea level. Continental ice flows seaward via the glaciers until the glaciers hit barriers of elevated underwater terrain known as sills. The upper section of a glacier tries to move across the top of the sill, but friction serves as a brake, significantly slowing the flow of ice.But human-triggered climate change has added a new twist. It has altered atmospheric circulation patterns over the Southern Ocean, intensifying westerly winds that encircle the continent and driving them deeper south than they otherwise would be, Rignot explains. This has affected ocean currents in ways that allow relatively warm deep water to rise up the seaward side of the sills and begin to melt the ice from underneath.Once the relatively thin tongue of ice over-topping the sill begins to float free, the brake fails, water moves in behind the sill, driving the glacier’s grounding line further inland, which also accelerates the ice loss. The retreat can be slowed if another under-ice hill or mountain upstream is available to act as another sill. Otherwise the glacier retreats until it reaches the inland end of the valley where the terrain begins to rise again. There its retreat slows until the glacier stabilizes.This process is especially worrisome for the Thwaites Glacier, perhaps the most important glacier of the six, explains Dr. Anandakrishnan.”It’s hanging on by its fingernails,” he says. Thwaites currently is losing its grip to a ridge only 10 to 20 kilometers wide (6 to 12 miles). “Once it retreats off of that, it’s in an over-deepened bowl; it will keep retreating until it sees a reverse slope” and starts to back itself out of the bowl.As it does, it will thin, slow, and eventually stabilize, Anandakrishnan adds. But the glacier will have to retreat 300 to 400 kilometers before this happens because the bowl is long and nothing rises sufficiently from the under-ice terrain to stop its retreat.The story is similar with other glaciers in the sector.Using radar data from satellites and collected between 1992 and 2011, as well as by subsequent aircraft flights, Rignot’s team tracked the retreat of the grounding points, know as grounding lines, for five of the sector’s six glaciers: Pine Island, Thwaites, Haynes, Smith, and Kohler.The Pine Island Glacier, which has retreated some 31 kilometers at its center, slipped its sill’s moorings between 2005 and 2009. Although its retreat slowed slightly between 2009 and 2013, the retreat kept accelerating farther inland. Thwaites Glacier’s grounding line has retreated by 14 kilometers along its core since 1992. The Smith/Kohler system’s grounding line has retreated by 35 kilometers, and the team says the anchor points for its ice shelf are vanishing.And the data for all glaciers show nothing upstream of their 2011 grounding points to inhibit their retreat once the glaciers’ grounding lines move off their current anchor points.For Thwaites Glacier, a team from the University of Washington led by researcher Ian Joughin used measurements of ice thinning rates, retreat rates, and seafloor maps to model the future of the glacier. The model projects fairly modest melting that would raise sea-levels by about 0.25 millimeters a year through the end of the century. The pace of melting increases and the contribution to sea level rises four-fold once the glacier’s grounding line reaches the deepest parts of the elongated bowl it fills. That stage could occur within a few centuries, the team estimates.But the model results also indicate that the process of destabilizing the glacier is happening now and may be inevitable. Moreover, the model’s highest melt rates reach levels comparable to measured melt rates. At those rates, the model indicates that the glacier’s collapse may be closer to “a few centuries” rather than to 900 years. ——————————————- Newly-discovered active volcano could erupt underneath ice in Antarctica and add to effects of global warming Posted on May 12, 2014 by The Extinction Protocol May 2014 – ANTARCTICA – Antarctic ice sheet is being threatened by an undersea volcano. Antarctica’s ice sheets may face a far more imminent threat than climate change: scientists have found a new volcano forming a mile under the ice, which is threatening a full eruption. The volcano appears to be a part of much larger system that is generating earthquakes and releasing heat into the ice above. Volcanic activity was discovered around 30 miles from Antarctica’s highest volcano, Mount Sidley, and although an eruption would be unlikely to breach the ice – the accompanying heat could have an effect on the landscape. Even a sub-glacial eruption would still be able to melt ice, creating huge amounts of water which could flow beneath the ice and towards the sea – hastening the flow of the overlying ice and potentially speed up the rate of ice sheet loss. “Numerous volcanoes exist in Marie Byrd Land, a highland region of West Antarctica,” said Amanda Lough, of Washington University in St Louis in the team’s paper on the subject, published in the Nature Geoscience journal. “High heat flow through the crust in this region may influence the stability of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.” The Antarctic ice sheet is one of the Earth’s two polar ice caps and covers an area of 5.4 million square miles – around 98 percent of the continent, making it the largest single mass of ice on earth. Although scientists have suggested that sea ice around the continent is increasing, land ice appears to be decreasing and the area is very sensitive to global warming. Seismologists had set up two crossing lines of seismographs across Marie Byrd Land in 2010 – the first time such instruments able to withstand the cold temperatures year-round had been used. –Daily Mail Scientists find East Antarctica is sliding sideways Posted on December 13, 2013 by The Extinction ProtocolDecember 13, 2013 – ANTARCTICA – It’s official: East Antarctica is pushing West Antarctica around. Now that West Antarctica is losing weight–that is, billions of tons of ice per year–its softer mantle rock is being nudged westward by the harder mantle beneath East Antarctica. The discovery comes from researchers led by The Ohio State University, who have recorded GPS measurements that show West Antarctic bedrock is being pushed sideways at rates up to about twelve millimeters–about half an inch–per year. This movement is important for understanding current ice loss on the continent, and predicting future ice loss. They reported the results on Thursday, Dec. 12 at the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco. Half an inch doesn’t sound like a lot, but it’s actually quite dramatic compared to other areas of the planet, explained Terry Wilson, professor of earth sciences at Ohio State. Wilson leads POLENET, an international collaboration that has planted GPS and seismic sensors all over the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. She and her team weren’t surprised to detect the horizontal motion. After all, they’ve been using GPS to observe vertical motion on the continent since the 1990′s. They were surprised, she said, to find the bedrock moving towards regions of greatest ice loss. ‘From computer models, we knew that the bedrock should rebound as the weight of ice on top of it goes away,” Wilson said.“But the rock should spread out from the site where the ice used to be. Instead, we see movement toward places where there was the most ice loss.” The seismic sensors explained why. By timing how fast seismic waves pass through the earth under Antarctica, the researchers were able to determine that the mantle regions beneath east and west are very different. West Antarctica contains warmer, softer rock, and East Antarctica has colder, harder rock. Stephanie Konfal, a research associate with POLENET, pointed out that where the transition is most pronounced, the sideways movement runs perpendicular to the boundary between the two types of mantle. She likened the mantle interface to a pot of honey. “If you imagine that you have warm spots and cold spots in the honey, so that some of it is soft and some is hard”” Konfal said, “and if you press down on the surface of the honey with a spoon, the honey will move away from the spoon, but the movement won’t be uniform.The hard spots will push into the soft spots. And when you take the spoon away, the soft honey won’t uniformly flow back up to fill the void, because the hard honey is still pushing on it.” Or, put another way, ice compressed West Antarctica’s soft mantle. Some ice has melted away, but the soft mantle isn’t filling back in uniformly, because East Antarctica’s harder mantle is pushing it sideways. The crust is just along for the ride. This finding is significant, Konfal said, because we use these crustal motions to understand ice loss. “We’re witnessing expected movements being reversed, so we know we really need computer models that can take lateral changes in mantle properties into account.” Wilson said that such extreme differences in mantle properties are not seen elsewhere on the planet where glacial rebound is occurring. “We figured Antarctica would be different,” she said. “We just didn’t know how different.” –Space DailyA Global Earth Crust Shift – The Likelihood of Such an Event Genesis’ FloodGenesis mentions that ‘the mother of all floods’ was poured over Humanity, because of Human wickedness that made God decide to wipe away the majority of mankind with something that current Humanity would define as a natural disaster.Commissioned by God Noah built an Ark, fills the ship with of all kinds of animals, survived the great Flood after floating around for forty days and lands at mountain Ararat. Noah decides to send out birds from the Ark to check if there is dry land. Noah composes a Covenant with God in which God promises that Humanity will never be destroyed again and will live forever.The kind of flood mentioned in Genesis isn’t likely through rainfall, simply because rainfall would give the population the possibility to migrate. A more likely explanation of ‘the mother of all floods’ is a global shift of the Earth’s crust, that would cause the seawater to slosh in immense waves over all shores.The theory of Charles Hapgood is in its essence very simple and very elegant. This is why it seems very likely, while it furthermore explains many still unsolved questions about the Earth.Who Was Charles HapgoodCharles Hapgood (1904-1982) was a professor lecturing history, anthropology, economics, and the history of science at several universities in the U.S.. His work on the Earth crust theory started during his period on the Springfield university around 1950. After an intensive period of studying and consulting other scientists, he published his book The Earth’s Shifting Crust in 1958.Pin It See all 24 photosThe Essence of the Theory of Charles HapgoodCharles Hapgood’s very interesting theory dates from 1958 and was inspired on the ideas of Mr. Hugh A. Brown. Hapgood explains in one theory many less understood topics, like the formation of mountains, the Ice Ages and the polar shifts that are proven but never rationally explained with a simple theory before.Hapgood quotes in his book professor in Geology, Hans Cloos “…we know only the unimportant things and the details. Of the great slow strides of the earth’s gigantic history we comprehend hardly anything at all”.Hapgood assumes in his theory how the Earth crust is able to shift over its liquid outer core due to a continuous centrifugal force that’s exercised on the crust.The main cause of this force is the imbalance of the Earth crust while it rotates along its axis, by the enormous weight of the icecap on the continent of Antarctica, rising above sea level, that is not equally centred around the axis of rotation of the Earth, thus causing a huge centrifugal force that is stabilized by the bulge around the Equator, that is also caused by the centrifugal effect of the rotation of the Earth.The work of Hapgood contains thought patterns that are very original and were never considered by science before. The theory is simple and logical, which means that in my opinion it seems very likely that the Earth crust shifted in the past and will shift in the future, it’s only an educated guess when it will happen.Earth Science is InterdisciplinaryEarth Sciences are difficult and interdisciplinary. Most scientists that are specialized in Earth Sciences were disparaging about Hapgood’s theory – that was surprisingly inventive, utterly simple and comprehensive – because Hapgood developed this theory far beyond the borders of his own discipline.His major strength was to connect the many scientists and disciplines that were involved during the development of his ideas to one comprehensive theory. It looked like he was not restricted from a bloated ego, where most scientists hamper themselves with.Paleomagnetists proved that poles changed in the history by the so called Laschamp samples from the Massif Central in France. The Laschamp samples show only too much hysteresis in the samples to prove that the poles switched from North to South and back. The samples prove that the poles have been subjected to great changes in the history. See all 24 photosSource: John Wiley and SonsLayerDepth (km)PropertiesLithosphere (Crust)0-100Solid, cool, brittleAsthenosphere100-350Hot, weak, plastic, thixotropicMesosphere350-2900Hot, tough plasticLiquid outer core2900-5100LiquidSolid inner core5100-6371SolidAntarctica – Facts and Figures See all 24 photosSource: Wikipedia.orgIssueSizeSurface13.8 million km²Average thickness icecap1,829 mAverage annual precipitation170 mmVolume icecap25.4 million km3Amount of days > 0 °C0The icecap of Antarctica is continuously growing with an average speed of 2,346 km3 per year, which is 0.0092% of the current ice volume.If this would be a constant, the icecap on Antarctica would be around 10,000 years old, that was supported by research results of William Hough. But there are many other sources that speculate about the age of the icecap of Antarctica, between 4,500 and 6,000, which could mean that the growth of the icecap is not constant at all.According to recent studies of NASA, the icecap around Antarctica in the sea is extending, which means that the climate on Antarctica is certainly not rising and it also implicates that the misguiding speculations of the IPCC1 about the climate change on Antarctica are wrong.The immense pressure of the ice mass pushes the land mass downwards, but the icecap grows faster then the sinking of the landmass, therefore the Antarctic icecap grows every year higher above sea level. This variable has hardly no effect on the centrifugal force that’s being transferred to the Earth crust.1This is of course no surprise, because the IPCC is funded by scattering climate doomsday stories on the short term and is not busy with honest science.About Longitude and Latitude See all 24 photosSource: See all 24 photosSource: earth-info.nga.milSolving the Mystery of Mountain Building See all 24 photosSource: Hapgood See all 24 photosSource: Hapgood See all 24 photos This picture shows the force resultants when Antarctica would shift over an angle of 30°. The shift would have to overcome resistance, but once set in motion the Asthenosphere becomes thixotropic, which means there is hardly any resistance left.Source: BuildrepsWhat Does it Mean – Earth Crust Shift?The theory of Hapgood suggests that the Earth crust can shift because of imbalance around the Earth’s poles and that the Earth’s crust is hanging like a lose skin around the core of the Earth. How much it can shift is highly speculative, but according to the theory there should be a logic.The Earth crust (Lithosphere) shifts over the weak, hot and plastic layer, called the Asthenosphere.Starting from the assumption that the weight of the imbalance of Antarctica exceeds a certain threshold. The force would have to deform the crust over the bulge of the Equator and has to overcome the stickiness of the Asthenosphere and has to overcome the angular momentum – only than the shifting mechanism would be triggered. The centrifugal force caused by the weight of the icecap of Antarctica would slide the crust over the weak plastic layer of the Asthenosphere, that has thixotropic properties (like lava: once in motion, it becomes more fluid than on standstill). Once set in motion the movement of the crust therefore will accelerate quickly until the lateral force on the earth crust is decreased, until a new balance between the centrifugal forces and the resistance of the crust that slides over the Asthenosphere is established.Antarctica will move towards the Equator in the latitudinal direction and the whole geography of the Earth will look different.The major mass of the icecap of Antarctica is at an longitude of approximately 90° E – that is opposite to the longitude of New York – which means that according to the theory a shift would take place at this longitude over a speculative latitudinal distance. But if we assume that a crust shift would take place over an angle of 30° in the latitudinal direction, it would have geographically the following consequences:New York would move 3,000 km South in the Latitudinal direction and would be at the location of Aruba;Russia would be on the North Pole;Antarctica would be in the Southern part of the Indian Ocean and would become a tropical paradise respecting the large lakes that are recently reported under the icecap;Europe would be at the Western part of the Sahara;The south part of South-America would be the new Antarctica;El Niño and El Niña would undergo a radical change.A crust shift would have enormous climate effects on most continents. The pivot point in this example would be in Congo. The climate in Congo would be unchanged. Sunrise and sunset would change in Congo with 30° more to the South, compared with the current position of Congo. The pivot point on the opposite side would be in the middle of the Pacific.Because Russia would be on the North pole, it would become the ‘Antarctica’ of the North pole, forming a permanent icecap on land, while the icecap of Antarctica would start to melt and a new icecap on Russia would start to grow. On the South pole a new permanent icecap would be formed on South-America, but since Russia would form a much larger icecap, a new imbalance would be formed on the North pole over a period of aeons.The balance between the melting of the icecap of Antarctica and the accretion of the new icecap on the North pole won’t be equal, because of the different positions and size of the continents, which will have consequences on the sea levels and the surplus or shortage of sweet water.The climate on Earth would be radically rearranged within a very tumultuous period of a few years.The Law of Conservation of Angular MomentumAfter an Earth crust shift the angular momentum of the Earth will remain the same during its spin, comparable with an icedancer that withdraws the arms during spin and starts to turn quicker. When the icedancer extends the arms again the rotation speed slows down.This is about the Law of conservation of angular momentum, which applies to all rotating objects.In the case of an Earth crust shift there will be a shift of landmass. The total amount of landmass (and ocean/ice mass) around the Equator between the Tropics mainly determines this angular momentum of the crust. If the total landmass around the Equator increases after an Earth crust shift, the rotation speed will slow down and if this decreases it will speed up.In principle the landmass shift was possible because the Earth crust is draped around her core, floating on the viscous interlayer, so if there would be tendency to change in rotation speed because of the Law of conservation of angular momentum, it would mean an increased friction between the viscous interlayer and the Earth’s crust, until an equilibrium is restored again.The friction between core and crust will cause an unimaginable heat generation, that will be expressed in volcano eruptions, earthquakes, landslides and tsunami’s. Einstein Supports Hapgood’s TheoryHapgood’s book “Earth’s Shifting Crust – A Key to Some Basic Problems of Earth” contains a foreword of Albert Einstein “I frequently receive communications from people who wish to consult me concerning their unpublished ideas. It goes without saying that these ideas are very seldom possessed of scientific validity. The very first communication, however, that I received from Mr. Hapgood electrified me. His idea is original, of great simplicity, and – if it continues to prove it self – of great importance to everything that is related to the history of the earth’s surface……In a polar region there is continual deposition of ice, which is not symmetrically distributed about the pole. The earth’s rotation acts on these unsymmetrically deposited masses, and produces centrifugal momentum that is transmitted to the rigid crust of the earth. The constantly increasing centrifugal momentum produced in this way will, when it has reached a certain point, produce a movement of the earth’s crust over the rest of the earth’s body, and this will displace the polar in this regions toward the equator.”That Einstein supports the theory of Hapgood is of course very interesting, but should not blind us to be critical in the pros and cons of Hapgood’s ideas.What Do You Think Was Hapgood Right? Yes NoSee results without voting See all 24 photos See all 24 photos This picture shows the difference between the magnetic pole and geographic pole. It is also a strong clue that the Earth crust continuously shifts, due to little centrifugal forces. Source: Clues that Hapgood Was RightThe theory of Hapgood was not only supported by Einstein, but also by looking around us we see that Hapgood probably was on the track of the right theory.The Rings of Saturn, that are arranged around the Equator of Saturn, being in an equilibrium state between the centrifugal force and gravity. The only difference is that the Rings of Saturn are not attached to the crust of Saturn, but floating freely around the planet. The Rings of Saturn are in a state of equilibrium because there is no phenomenon, like the ice formations on Antarctica, that will disturb the balance after a certain period of time.The Magnetic poles are ‘wandering’ around on the Earth crust as proved by Paleomagnetism, while it’s more likely that the Earth crust is wandering around the Earth’s core. The Earth core is a very heavy rotating dense metal ball that is in a relatively calm state compared with the crust that is subjected to many natural phenomena. The Earth crust is shifting continuously by less strong centrifugal forces, but it looks like there is too much resistance to make big shifts.Hapgood’s Theory Has Many ConsequencesThe possibility that the Earth crust can shift will be beyond any doubt totally destructive for the entire Humanity, but since this event is impossible to predict with a high accuracy it’s something we have to deal with and just live in happiness, love and light.Science assumes that the Earth crust is somehow ‘fixed’ to the core, which means that the whole foundation of time reconstruction based on the radiocarbon dating (14C) method is built on quicksand.William Hough proved that the icecap of Antarctica is around 10,000 years old. The conclusion is inevitable that Antarctica was located on another Latitude. It means that the radiocarbon dating method is not usable up to 50,000 years as often assumed, but only up to the latest Earth crust shift, because the whole biosphere goes topsy-turvy.Many geological and historical facts that are taught at schools and universities are based upon a method that is not suitable for its purpose.Something similar happened with the scientific understanding of the latest ice ages, that logically were caused by crust displacements and not as often assumed by unexplained climatological changes. This awareness has great consequences. This picture shows the growth of the Antarctic ice during winter. It is clear that it grows symmetrical around the rotation axis of the Earth. Source: See all 24 photos The Wegener theory treatises about how the continental drifts work.Source: See all 24 photosSource: See all 24 photos The magnetic pole is wandering in the same direction as the centrifugal force of Antarctica.Source: Nationalgeographic.comWhat Are the Cons of Hapgood’s Theory?The assumption that during the Wisconsin glaciation the North pole was near the Hudson Bay. Hapgood doesn’t support his assumption with sufficient facts. The maps of the latest ice age don’t support this theory, because the icecaps of the last glacier are logically arranged symmetrical around around the poles, like the map of Antarctica shows during Winter, where the advancing ice grows also symmetrical around the rotation axis.Hapgood rejects the Wegener’s Theory (1910) as a possible mechanism of continental drifts. This is logical, because Wegener couldn’t define a proper mechanism for plate tectonics at that time – mechanism that were only ‘implied; in 1970, 12 years after the publication of Hapgood’s theory. But in my opinion you cannot prove your own theory, like Hapgood did, by disapproving another one. A theory must be self-containing.Hapgood was wrong about the direction that the Earth crust will shift due to the centrifugal force that is applied. When an external force is applied on a gyroscope (input axis) the gyroscope will react perpendicular on this force (output axis). It means that a centrifugal force that is applied on the Earth crust will result in a perpendicular motion. This is in accordance with the results I found regarding the former icecap on North America that had its point of engagement in Saskatchewan with the force Southward. The perpendicular motion towards the current North pole was the logical result.The magnetic South pole wanders in approximately the same direction as the centrifugal force of Antarctica is pointing, while it should be in the opposite direction when the crust would slide over the core due to the eccentricity of Antarctica.Cross Section Ice Sheet Antarctica This picture shows the cross section of Antarctica. The thickest ice sheet is lying at the Eastern part of the continent, that emphasizes the eccentricity.Source: nap.eduWhat Will Happen During an Earth Crust Shift?During an Earth crust shift the oceans will be put into motion with a total weight of 1.3×1019 metric tons by the centrifugal force of Antarctica. It is assumed to start very slowly, but once it is set in motion the eccentricity of the icecap will increase, which causes an very fast increasing force that will accelerate the motion. By the inertia of the enormous water mass the oceans will start to slosh with immense waves that’s beyond imagination and wipe everything from the face of the Earth.The video below that’s recorded with a webcam shows the sloshing of a swimming pool. The height of the waves are about the depth of the pool. Something similar will happen with the ocean water, only the height of the waves will be damped by the force of Earth’s Gravity, nevertheless they will still reach heights of many hundreds of meters and will have enough force to roll over all the continents.Sloshing Pool Water During Earthquake See all 24 photos Fig A: This theoretical compilation of the centre of the latest icecap on the North pole suggests that the pole was near Nuuk on the South-West of Greenland and not near the Hudson bay like Hapgood suggested. This doesn’t seem to be logical.Source: modification of picture by Buildreps See all 24 photos This picture shows the estimated centrifugal force that was transferred by the icecap during the last ice age, that caused the Earth crust to shift over an angle of 25° from Nuuk to the current location. Source: Buildreps See all 24 photos This picture shows the centrifugal force of the current icecap of Greenland.Source: Buildreps See all 24 photos This picture shows the eccentricity of mass of Antarctica of 1200 km and is under an angle of approx. 90 degrees East, mainly because the majority of the ice mass is present in this part of the continentSource: Buildreps See all 24 photos This picture shows the centrifugal force that is applied by Antarctica on the Earth’s crust.Source: Buildreps See all 24 photos Fig. B: This picture shows the current situation with the icecaps on Greenland and Antarctica. The centrifugal forces that are applied to the Earth crust are Fgr and Fa.Source: rev by BuildrepsWhat is Hysteresis?Hysteresis refers to systems that have memory where the effects of the input, stimulus or force to the system are experienced with a certain lag when the direction is reversed.For example – the volume control button of a radio that has too much tolerance (not tightly connected to the potentiometer) can have two positions with two different readings, while the volume will be unchanged. It means that a little twist on the control button in the reversed direction won’t have any effect. The observation that the volume of this specific radio was changed, based upon the reading, can be wrong.Systems with too large hysteresis are inaccurate or uncontrollable. The amount of acceptable hysteresis depends of the kind of use of the instrument.A Thought Experiment – When Could an Earth Crust Shift Occur?Assuming that an Earth crust shift will occur, I raised a thought experiment, made a few assumptions and developed the following theories.First Theory:Theorem 1: The last ice age was the result of an Earth crust shift where the North pole was positioned near Nuuk in Greenland. This conclusion makes sense when a circle is drawn along the icecaps during the last ice age. Hapgood concluded that the North pole during the last ice age was around Hudson bay, but this doesn’t make sense with the pattern of icecap during the last ice age, because the icecap would be too much eccentric. The oceans don’t leave traces about the presence of sea ice around the North pole, this is why I think this contour drawing (fig A) gives more clues to estimate the former location of the North pole.Theorem 2: The arrow Fc in Fig. A shows the resulting centrifugal force the icecap during the ice age was transferring to the Earth crust. I think the centrifugal force would have its point of engagement in the middle of the state Saskatchewan in Canada that was at a Latitude of approximately 35°. The North pole indicated with N moved during the shift towards the current position of the North pole indicated with N’. It would mean that during a crust shift, the rotation of the Earth can interfere this process by the angular momentum, equal with the weather patterns (or gyroscope) that rotate counterclockwise on the Northern hemisphere. On the Southern hemisphere this crust shift pattern would be clockwise. The final result of this two forces was an almost perpendicular displacement regarding the direction of the initial force (Fc).Theorem 3: If the centrifugal force of this icecap made the Earth crust shift, this force is the reference force to work from. This is the centrifugal force that the resultant of the centrifugal forces icecaps of Antarctica and Greenland will have to transfer to achieve a global Earth crust shift.Theorem 4: Fig B. shows two forces from Greenland (Fgr) and Antarctica (Fa) that are currently applying their centrifugal forces to the Earth crust. The force required to make the Earth crust to shift is equal to the force that shifted the crust at the end of the last ice age. This is the reference force to work from and will be applied to estimate how much ice on Antarctica would be necessary to achieve a global Earth crust shift. Based upon the shift pattern of Fig. A, I can estimate the shift pattern of the Earth crust due to Antarctica and where the poles will be.Second Theory:Theorem 5: I think there is a direct link between magnetic pole wanderings and Earthquakes. I will research this assumption later on to support the theory that small crust shifts are currently going on.Theorem 6: based upon the pole wanderings of the North pole and the South pole the tensile and pressure forces on the continental plates would be predictable and therefore could be an instrument to predict Earthquakes.Theorem 7: I think that Hapgood was correct in his assumption that the drift of continental plates are mainly the result of the centrifugal forces of the rotation of the Earth, despite the prevailing theory of plate tectonics that the driving force are the convection currents in the Asthenosphere. The theory of plate tectonics is only based on magnetism patterns in solidified rock, while the hysteresis is so large that only this method is too inaccurate to base a scientific theory upon. The theory of plate tectonics didn’t gave a higher accuracy in Earthquake predictions, it could mean this theory isn’t matured. If there is a direct link between magnetic pole wandering and volcano activity, this would mean that Hapgood’s theory has to be correct and it should be possible to predict Earthquakes with a higher accuracy than currently is done. I think the movements of the continental plates are a hybrid between convection currents in the Asthenosphere and centrifugal forces according to Hapgood’s theory.Based upon my assumptions I will try to predict when and how the next Earth crust shift will take place.Summary of Forces Icecap on North-America during last Ice Age that caused Earth crust shift100%830 quadrillion NCurrent force exercised by Greenland3.1%26 quadrillion NCurrent force exercised by Antarctica19.3%160 quadrillion N See all 24 photos This picture shows the resulting centrifugal force of both Greenland and Antarctica.Source: Buildreps See all 24 photosSource: BuildrepsMy Conclusion – Predicted Next Global Earth Crust ShiftBased upon the theory of Hapgood, I added my theorem’s that I defined above.Estimating this kind of events requires simplicity and boldness. Thanks to Hapgood’s simple, but brilliant theory it seems to be possible to predict Earth crust shifts in a fairly simple way.The last alleged Earth crust shift took place at the end of the last ice age, when the centrifugal force of the icecap on North America was so huge that the Earth crust shifted within a short time. I estimated this centrifugal force in the above calculations to be 830 quadrillion Newton. (830,000,000,000,000,000 N).The current centrifugal forces that Antarctica and Greenland are transferring to the Earth crust are also very large, but much less than during the last Earth crust shift. I estimate the current resulting force of both icecaps together to be 178 quadrillion Newton. From which Antarctica exercises the major force, 160 quadrillion Newton.The resulting centrifugal forces that are exercised on the Earth crust by Greenland and Antarctica are together 21% of the centrifugal force of the icecap on North America exercised on the Earth crust that caused a global crust shift. Assuming that the growth of the icecap of Antarctica is linear and based upon the presumptions that Antarctica is 10,000 years old it would mean that a next crust shift would take place in 37,000 years*.The icecap of Antarctica would have an immense average thickness of around 8.5 km. The pressure of the icecap would push the continent downward, but this has hardly no effect on the centrifugal forces. The chance that the whole icecap will slide Eastward of the Antarctic continent and cause the seas to rise 60** meters is much greater.In my next articles I will deepen the theorem’s 5 to 7, that I defined above, to see if it is possible to predict Earthquakes, volcanoes and tsunami’s by deepening the theory of Hapgood.*based upon the current snow precipitation and this would stay constant and the eccentricity remains constant.**including Greenland and the rebound of the Antarctic continent and the isle of Greenland. Larger sea level rise ‘claims’ are incorrect.Finally – Nice Animations Related SearchThe EarthEarth CrustEarth PlateEarth ScienceEarth Scientists© 2014 Mario Last updated on May 20, 2014Useful • Funny • Awesome • Beautiful • Interesting {1}next Earthquakes Seem to be Predictable – There are Many…Related Hubs Antarctica – Does it Play a Role in Generating Earthquakes? Part II Antarctica – Does it Play a Role in Generating Earthquakes? 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