Pole Shift Evidence Suggests Next Cataclysm is Due in Early 21st Century

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Pole shift - it isn't the typical political type of story on Writer Beat but since I just had an article on the subject come out yesterday, as follow-up to the book I finished a few days earlier on the same subject - I guess this is as good a time as any to see if anyone here is interested...

 

“Magnetic pole shifts are in the news a lot recently because our Magnetic North Pole is racing towards Russia while the Earth’s magnetic field strength is falling fast. The European Space Agency said this could be the beginning of a magnetic pole shift. Evidence suggests the rotational axis will also shift to stay aligned with the magnetic field. These catastrophic pole shifts come in a periodic cycle of recurring and predictable cataclysms involving huge earthquakes and tsunamis, changes in latitude and altitude, mass extinctions, and the destruction of civilizations – reducing them to myth and legend.

Most people don’t want to know this is coming. They don’t want to know that America could replace Atlantis in legends of lost civilizations. Your government censors the evidence to make sure you’ll keep working and funding their preparations until it happens. But for those who are willing to look, the evidence exists…”

Read more of my article at Ancient Origins HERE

or go for the whole book:

POLE SHIFT: Evidence Will Not Be Silenced

Pole Shift Front Page Book Cover

http://www.ancient-origins.net/news-science-space/chaos-and-cover-ups-evidence-exists-ancient-pole-shift-009921

Comments

Dave Volek Added Apr 20, 2018 - 12:30pm
Sounds interesting. There has been a lot of discussion on this topic on Discovery Channel and a few other places. So I'm not so sure what the government cover-up is. The public tends to downplay the effects of any impending disaster. 
Stone-Eater Added Apr 20, 2018 - 12:33pm
Hm.
 
https://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/2012-poleReversal.html
 
Excerpt:
 
A reversal happens over hundreds or thousands of years, and it is not exactly a clean back flip.
 
You see, that's like Armageddon. The world ends in the year n. But it does NOT. The only possibility to wipe out our species is OURSELVES.
 
So don't worry :-)
Leroy Added Apr 20, 2018 - 8:26pm
As soon as I recover from Y2K, I will be on it.
James Travil Added Apr 20, 2018 - 8:38pm
In my short time here I have seen that virtually no one cares about or believes in any impending disaster. I believe that if a star was on a viable collision course with the earth no one here would believe it. They would claim it is some liberal Satanic Illuminati conspiracy to take away their freedom and taxes. 
James Travil Added Apr 20, 2018 - 8:40pm
All that said above I for one find this topic of interest. I like to study things like this on YouTube, there is a lot of information about it there. 
Leroy Added Apr 20, 2018 - 9:06pm
"In my short time here I have seen that virtually no one cares about or believes in any impending disaster."
 
You're probably right, James.  I am familiar with polar change.  It's hard to get excited about it happening in my lifetime.  Many scientists have admitted to hyping the science to get people to pay attention.  Climate change is one such example.  Hyped science doesn't appeal to me.  I like to hear it straight.  The poles my flip tomorrow, but there is not a damn thing I can do about it.  It is interesting, but that is about it.  I will not plan for something that has only a remote possibility of happening in my lifetime.  
James Travil Added Apr 20, 2018 - 9:26pm
Maybe it's my dark side but I enjoy hearing about all the Doomsday stuff on YouTube (and there is a lot of it). The latest is the theory that the Higgs Boson particle may become imbalanced and create a wall of oblivion moving at the speed of light destroying everything in the universe. By time we could observe it, it would be game over in a matter of days.
 
Virtually none of these Doomsday situations has a solution. Likewise virtually none have much chance of actually happening. But I find them interesting to read or otherwise hear about. From my understanding Climate Change is pretty much unstoppable if it's really upon us as well BTW. Then there is always a asteroid or the like about to strike the earth. And who could forget the ever present threat of a rogue black hole, or the return of the planet Niribu. With all the threats one is bound to be the end of us. 
John Minehan Added Apr 20, 2018 - 9:26pm
This reminds me of The Men Who Moved The Earth a Hawkman story from Brave & the Bold #44 (Nov. 1962).
 
I liked the story (Animal-headed bad guys, who had been hidden in the Lost City of Petra in suspended animation,  trying to shift the poles to free their [VERY] old home town from the ice---what's NOT to like?) as a kid and it introduced me to the fairly new concept of the Poles shifting.
 
But the problem with Science Fiction is: 1) it can come true; and 2) it is often dystopian (especially that which actually is predictive). 
Bill H. Added Apr 20, 2018 - 10:31pm
 
The pole shift is probably what will rid the Earth of it's most recent worst scourge, us humans.
I would say it is long overdue.
It was fun to be one, but I must say we suck as inhabitants for sure!
I'm sure the Earth will do quite well without us.
Jeffry Gilbert Added Apr 21, 2018 - 4:03am
As soon as I recover from Y2K, I will be on it.
 
Best comment on this thread.
 
John Minehan Added Apr 21, 2018 - 6:31am
Y2K:  It really was a problem but it was solved due to a lot of Geeks who remembered BASIC and worked a LOT of overtime.
 
Anthony Catone, "Frater, Ave atque Vale"
Stone-Eater Added Apr 21, 2018 - 6:59am
Bill
 
I agree. But you see, we both are quite old. I guess if we were 20 we wouldn't talk like that LOL
Leroy Added Apr 21, 2018 - 8:41am
Stoney, all-out nuclear war should make you and Bill happy. 
David Montaigne Added Apr 21, 2018 - 8:45am
Stone Eater - I think there is zero chance governments or religions would be honest about an impending disaster.  Their denial of evidence of previous pole shifts is obvious, and I suspect they know about another in the near future.
Bill H - the human scourge on the Earth will be greatly reduced through such a pole shift.
Dave Volek - what I wrote for Ancient Origins was not from a conspiracy angle - they changed the title to imply that was a big part of it though.  I have another article in a real print magazine that should come out in a few months that delves into the conspiracy and cover-up aspects of the pole shift story.  CIA classification, assassination, denial, you name it.
If you look into the idea it's legit.  Up until 13,000 years ago the North Pole was in Hudson Bay.  Tons of evidence in geology and other fields of science.  Even Einstein and Newton agreed with the basics of the pole shift theory.  Check my web site for the first page of my book including quotes from Albert and Isaac - http://davidmontaigne.webs.com/
Dave Volek Added Apr 21, 2018 - 10:47am
I'm not so sure there wasn't some divine intervention with Y2K. All those geeks working all that overtime could not have got 100% of the code that needed changing. 
 
Or maybe it never really changing in the first place?
 
But Leroy's Y2K comment makes a good point. We somehow manage through our man-made and nature-made disasters. Houston, at this very moment, is being rebuilt with little thought of how to handle the next great downpour. People in Vancouver know there will be a big earthquake soon, but you wouldn't know that from the house prices. 
 
 
Dave Volek Added Apr 21, 2018 - 10:48am
TYPE " . . . . never really NEEDED changing . . . "
 
I'm too lazy to go back to my comments, delete, and rewrite.
 
Jeffry Gilbert Added Apr 21, 2018 - 11:08am
Houston, at this very moment, is being rebuilt with little thought of how to handle the next great downpour. 
 
What a waste. Should just abandon that swamp to the Gators.
 
Bill H. Added Apr 21, 2018 - 11:25am
Nuclear war would not only eliminate the human scourge, but would also eliminate what is left of "earth friendly" life, that doesn't deserve what we have already dished out to their spoil.
Even A Broken Clock Added Apr 21, 2018 - 12:27pm
Stone, thanks for providing the NASA link. One thing that a magnetic field reversal would cause is enough weakening in the field during the transition to enable solar storms to threaten our electrical systems. We're overdue for an attack on our electrical grid from charged particles.
 
But there is zero correlation between magnetic field alignment, and the periodic wobbling of the earth as the giant top that is the world slowly loses angular momentum. Shoot, back billions of years ago, the day was only 6 hours long. The moon was also much closer to the earth. Think about the tidal conditions back then.
 
Any mention of tropical vegetation and fossils being found in Antarctica is due to plate tectonics, not polar reversals.
 
Leroy - loved the Y2K line.
David Montaigne Added Apr 21, 2018 - 8:32pm
Even A Broken Clock - just look at the North American/Laurentide Ice Sheet from the previous "ice age" it's centered west of Hudson Bay while the current North Pole and Siberia were warm and habitable.  Bands of coral criss cross the world showing former equators.  Lava rocks at Steens Mountain show North was moving at 6 degrees per day while the lava solidified.  But you keep thinking there is only slow continental drift all you want.
John Minehan Added Apr 21, 2018 - 8:44pm
"Any mention of tropical vegetation and fossils being found in Antarctica is due to plate tectonics, not polar reversals."
 
Even in the Cretaceous, what is now Antartica was cold.  For example, they don't find fossils of crocodilians, they find fossils of  less-cold sensitive labyrinthodonts, extinct most other places,  filling that ecological niche.
Even A Broken Clock Added Apr 21, 2018 - 8:55pm
So do you expect Niburu to arrive anytime soon?
 
Seriously, to consider that the earth actually flips on its axis is ludicrous to consider. I agree that if it were to happen, events would be catastrophic, but the fossil record and the geomagnetic data from magnetic field signatures in rocks do not support the case you are expounding. But you are welcome to your own interpretation of what you believe are facts.
Gerrilea Added Apr 22, 2018 - 1:09am
EABC-- The weakening of the magnetic field will kill off most of the life on this planet.  The scenarios I've read about seem to be occurring as we speak.  The South Pacific Anomaly is getting bigger.  Animal behavior becoming truly bizarre, millions of dead animals without legitimate explanations.  Etc. 
 
Something is going on and any theory might be right, we'll have to wait and see...and it will be too late to say, "I told you so!" because we'll all be dead anyways.
 
LMFAO.
 
David Montaigne Added Apr 22, 2018 - 6:28am
Some deride the idea of recurring pole shifts like doom porn nonsense.  But the major writers on the subject were not fools.  Charles Hapgood was a Harvard educated university professor who formerly worked for the White House and the O.S.S. (precursor to CIA) and Albert Einstein wrote the foreword to his first book on pole shifts.  Hugh Brown and Chan Thomas were electrical engineers.  Barbiero was a naval admiral.  Going back in time, scientists including Darwin, Cuvier, and Newton gave their opinion based on the pole shift evidence they saw. 
Almost every ancient mythological storybook comments on past events - and Greek commentary on Egyptian records of such cycles of catastrophes is spot on regarding timing, especially Diodorus.  Plato understood it well.  I think the Bible describes the last pole shift in Genesis, and the next in Revelation.  But sure, ignore all the evidence you want and treat it like Chicken Little is yelling about the sky falling if it makes you feel better.  Watch "Ice Age" again and tell me how mammoths got their 500 pounds of vegetation to eat every day wandering over the ice, when the evidence from now arctic Siberia shows warm summer conditions, huge herds of herbivores, and even human habitation as far as what is presently 72 degrees North Latitude.  I've studied the evidence too much to ignore everything.
Gerrilea Added Apr 22, 2018 - 4:13pm
David M-- Please understand I was only half serious.  Am I concerned about what's happening in the world today? Yes and it's no joke.  Millions of animals dying off with no legitimate "scientific" explanations, bizarre behaviors never seen before.  SOMETHING is going on.
 
Whether it's repetitive or not, really doesn't matter.  I believe it probably is more likely than not.  We know of 5 ELE's in Earth's history.  Maybe the pole's physical shifting is the beginning of the event that leads to total extinction.  Actually I think it's the magnetic pole reversal first then the land masses moving then extinction.
 
Our planet is the only one in the solar system that has plate tectonics and it can't be explained through their theories of solar system creation.  What's even more curious, they can't explain the damn Pacific Rim. Something had to hit the planet and it wasn't the moon. Which when you review their data on the moon, it shouldn't be there either.
 
The point is, there is so much we don't understand.
 
I'd ask you this:  What causes the poles to physically shift? I've read through the postings a second time and I don't see an explanation. 
 
Is it simple attraction?  Like from the Electric Universe Theory?
 
A. Jones Added Apr 22, 2018 - 7:15pm
In my short time here I have seen that virtually no one cares about or believes in any impending disaster.
 
Sure they do. That's why they did not vote for Hillary in the last presidential election.
Gerrilea Added Apr 22, 2018 - 9:23pm
A. Jones-- Well said!  Bravo...and exactly why I couldn't vote for her.
David Montaigne Added Apr 22, 2018 - 10:05pm
Gerrilea asked for a cause of pole shifts.  I believe the imbalanced mass of the Antarctic ice cap (approximately 19 quadrillion tons centered over 300 miles away from the rotational pole) exerts huge tangential centripetal force on the Earth's crust.  This force is restrained by even greater friction between layers - the mass imbalance is not yet enough to overcome the friction that restrains it.  But a huge component of the high viscosity and friction only exists when the iron rich molten material is in a strong magnetic field.  If the field strength disappears, the viscosity and friction largely disappear with it - and then the centripetal forces pushing the crust will suddenly start moving the crust over the core until the mass imbalance gets to the equator (or magnetic field strength returns.)  Study magnetohydrodynamics if interested.  It is also quite possible that the energetic outbursts our galactic core has every 13,000 years are part of the trigger, as they coincide with the pole shift cycle.  The black holes at the center of all spiral galaxies have a Seyfert (active) phase in which they eject all manner of energy and radiation, from light to gravity waves.
Gerrilea Added Apr 23, 2018 - 12:30am
David M-- Thanks for trying. I'm still confused.  I understood the earth's wobble to be caused by the imbalance at the "bottom" of the planet you refer to the Antarctic Ice Sheet.
 
Adding further to my confusion is this: "friction only exists when the iron rich molten material is in a strong magnetic field"
 
Doesn't the two layers of our molten core create the magnetic field in the first place, called the geomagnetic dynamo?  Wouldn't there have to be a magnetic field outside of the one self-created for your explanation to be valid?  How do you account for the variations of what has been described and confirmed as the Chandler wobble?
 
Wouldn't you have to account for the weight and motion of the oceans and the atmosphere as well? With this extended version of the Grand Solar Minimum decreasing the height and increasing the density of the atmosphere closer to the planet's surface could point us into a more accurate direction.  Maybe.
 
I'm glad your attempting to synthesize into your theory our solar system's position around the galactic center, ie the up and down movement from the galactic plane. Do you account for the coplanarity of our Solar System? Do you account for the density of the material outside of the solar system?  I recall when the Voyager Probes left the solar system, they slowed down, like they got stuck in molasses.
 
I don't know if gravity waves or the ejection of the material from the center of the galaxy would make much difference unless you account for that as the "molasses" I referenced above.  We're now directly exposed to that material.  It would account for the Sun going into a "quiet" phase because there's more pressure surrounding the bubble it (the Sun) creates around our solar system.
 
How this all relates to plate tectonics and a physical shifting of the poles remains to be seen.
 
Flying Junior Added Apr 23, 2018 - 4:02am
Hey Man.
 
I have never heard of pole shifts from any legitimate science source.
 
There is such a thing as a polar reversals.  It's only a theory.  If it ever happened it was before men mined lodestone to create the magnetic compass. 
 
The negatively charged North Pole which attracts the positive end of a magnetic compass suddenly may become positively charged and all of our compasses would suddenly point to the South Pole as north.
 
This could well prove to be quite disruptive if not the source of manifold natural disasters.
 
Magnetic Field strength is falling?
 
You're just silly.
 
Read a book.  By a scientist.  It's called physics.  Start with Newton and Galileo.
 
C-YA
David Montaigne Added Apr 23, 2018 - 5:19am
Flying Junior is very dismissive.  Start with Newton?  OK.  Sir Isaac Newton said such a mass imbalance "by its perpetual endeavour to recede from the centre of its motion will disturb the motion of the globe, and cause its poles to wander about its surface."  (Principia Mathematica, London, 1687. Section 1, Prop. 66, Theory 26, Cor. 22)
Both the Kyoto Center for Geomagnetism and the European Space Agency have said that terrestrial magnetic field strength used to fall at just a quarter per cent every fifty years, but that the decline has been accelerating, and as of 2010 reached five per cent per decade.  Is Albert Einstein a legitimate science source?  He wrote the foreword to Earth's Shifting Crust and said that mass imbalances "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."
Stone-Eater Added Apr 23, 2018 - 5:36am
Leroy
 
Stoney, all-out nuclear war should make you and Bill happy. 
 
Not really. But it would be a logical end to a process which has started thousands of millenia ago. Sticks and stones first, nukes now.
Gerrilea Added Apr 23, 2018 - 10:10am
Flying J-- You need to read a little more.
 
Earth's Magnetic Field is Fading
 
Earth's Magnetic Field is Collapsing
 
Scientific American
 
Flying Junior Added Apr 24, 2018 - 4:25am
Well okay.  Maybe the strength of Earth's magnetic field is fluctuating.  But as far as I know the only reason the North Pole seems closer to Russia than ever before would have much more to do with melting summer ice, unchallenged exploration and the recent development of the world's largest icebreaker in St. Petersburg.
 
The fluctuating magnetic field may have much to do with the polar reversals that I mentioned in my initial response.  I find this discussion from Scientific American much more to the point.
 
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/is-it-true-that-the-stren/
 
Gerrilea Added Apr 24, 2018 - 1:12pm
Flying J-- You really don't understand the planet we are stuck to, really.
 
The ice sheets on the poles do not create magnetism.  The molten core of our planet does as it rotates around its center.  There are two different layers to it.
 
Ice or no ice is immaterial on the magnetic field. The only remote connection would be the pressure of said ice on the mantel of the plates.  I think this is David's contention in this article.
 
With the ice gone, the mantel exerts less pressure on the core, allowing the plates to move more easily. The magnetic field strength is separate from this.  OR maybe he's saying that the fluid dynamics of the molten metal can move in other directions because the pressure is reduced.  This still doesn't account for the immense pressure of the oceans and the atmosphere AND it doesn't explain the South Pacific Anomaly.
 
Your link says a lot of nothing and contradicts itself:
 
     "...Although magnetic reversals have occurred many times in
     the geologic past, it is not yet possible to predict when the
     next reversal will occur. The most recent reversal was about
     700,000 years ago. In the past 200 million years reversals have
     taken place every half million years or so, but with no
     discernible regularity or pattern..."
 
ON one hand he says it's unpredictable yet says the reversals happen, on average,  every 500,000 years.  Meaning we're overdue for one to occur.
 
Earth's Magnetic Field is Weaken 10 Times Faster Now
 
 
EXPAT Added Apr 24, 2018 - 9:39pm
We need something to replace the Trump madness. Comets are routine, as they are constantly heading our way, and then change course.
We need a good doomsday prediction, now that World War has been trump debunked.
I like that Trump Debunked!
I wonder if Dinosaurs worried about extinction? I don't think so.
But then we are smarter than they were ; aren't we? Aren't we? I wonder if the cockroaches that replace us will worry about magnetic fields?
David Montaigne Added Apr 24, 2018 - 11:22pm
Gerrilea - I'm not sure why you say weight and motion of the oceans or pressure from ice sheets on the mantle would matter.  Forget pressure.  As for up and down movement through the galactic plane, this is a misunderstanding - we do not move through it, at least not in the few million years humans have been around.
Ice sheets centered on one side (around 96 degrees east) of the South Pole push the crust towards the equator up the longitude 96E.  This push is weaker than friction between layers so nothing has moved - yet.  But in the absence of a terrestrial magnetic field, viscosity in the mantle - friction to overcome - would weaken a lot, and would be overcome.  Then a pole shift would happen.
Flying Junior Added Apr 25, 2018 - 2:38am
It was fun.  At least we all discerned the difference between the theories of polar shift and polar reversals.  I doubt that anyone knows when the last polar reversal occurred or even whether a polar reversal has ever occurred.  What evidence of a polar reversal that occurred 700,000 years ago could possibly be found today?
 
Sheer fantasy and fiction.
 
The theory of polar reversals is just that.  It's only a theory that is unlikely to be proven even in the next thousand years.  Y'all are chatting about it like it's recorded history.
 
All I said was that I have deduced that there have been no polar reversals since man invented the magnetic compass.  That is akin to explaining why the ocean and sky take on a blue tint in daylight.
 
Now what would happen if the Earth's magnetic field really did diminish and even collapse?  That could be cataclysmic.  However, I'm quite certain that unless we change the way we are doing business and reverse our scorching of the precious resources, water and air of the Earth, humankind will destroy or greatly pollute and diminish the life-sustaining systems of the only known green and blue planet in our universe long before the collapsed magnetic field of the Earth exposes us to deadly solar wind and gamma rays.
Jeffry Gilbert Added Apr 25, 2018 - 3:31am
But as far as I know the only reason the North Pole seems closer to Russia than ever before would have much more to do with melting summer ice, unchallenged exploration and the recent development of the world's largest icebreaker in St. Petersburg.
 
Jesusfuckingchristonagoddamnfuckingcrutch you are one obtuse specimen. 
 
Tell us, were you born that way or have you worked at it your whole life? Either way it worked out fine.
 
Flying Junior Added Apr 25, 2018 - 3:38am
It was simple satire.  Russia is making big moves to achieve dominance in the unclaimed realms of the Arctic Circle.  They are doing mineral and oil exploration.  Their commitment and technology are unmatched.  They have the vessels and the sailors.
 
I do not begrude the Russians dominance of one of the last frontiers.  It's in their part of the world.
 
I hate it when I have to explain my humor.
Flying Junior Added Apr 25, 2018 - 3:39am
I probably wouldn't know any of this, except for the fact that I get excited about ocean science.
Jeffry Gilbert Added Apr 25, 2018 - 3:54am
I hate it when I have to explain my humor.
 
If that's humor I suggest you head on down to Costco and buy yourself a new one. They're probably having a special. Off you go.
 
David Montaigne Added Apr 25, 2018 - 6:27am
Flying Junior - you have an odd sense of humor.  You want to deny pole shifts ever happened because they happened a long time ago.  Maybe dinosaurs never happened too?  You (and some other sources) suggest one hasn't happened for 700,000 years plus.  My new book covers tons of evidence the last pole shift was just under 13,000 years ago.
As for the Magnetic North Pole currently moving towards Russia, it's an established fact.  The image below shows the movement up to 2015.  My concerns include the removal of formerly available government data in recent years... I think the shift is accelerating and they want to hide the truth because we are due for another catastrophic pole shift relatively soon.
David Montaigne Added Apr 25, 2018 - 6:29am
Writerbeat apparently didn't incorporate the map image in my last comment... but you can find it here: https://physics.stackexchange.com
or with a Google image search of key words like "magnetic north pole shift map"
Gerrilea Added Apr 25, 2018 - 8:02am
David M-- I appreciate your attempts to teach me.  The weight of the oceans are huge, 1.5 Quintilian tons cover the earth, by weight.  The pressure it puts on the mantel fluctuates because that weight changes with it's depth and temperature.  The Pacific Ocean contains more than 1/2 of all the water on the planet.
 
The terminology your using, the way you are using it truly confuses me.  I thought I understood "viscosity" as:
 
Viscosity describes a fluid's internal resistance to flow and may be thought of as a measure of fluid friction.
 
 
Add to this "terrestrial magnetic field" I thought was caused by the flow of the molten core around the solid core of the planet.
 
When you combine the two concepts into one, you lose me.  The magnetic field has nothing to do with the viscosity of the molten metal.  The magnetic field wouldn't exist without movement. The weaken of said field points to the core slowing down or the "currents" of the liquid metal taking a different path around the core.
 
Ugh...maybe you have a better way of explaining this.
 
Jeffry Gilbert Added Apr 25, 2018 - 8:12am
As a simple boat driver all I need to know is the deviation not why its increasing. That's just me. Utter lack of curiosity in that area. For those that like that stuff great!
Gerrilea Added Apr 25, 2018 - 8:17am
David M-- I suspect Flying J is here to discredit/distract and not actually trying to understand the theory you are presenting.
 
The one article he linked was written like, "nothing to see here, move along" and that dismissive attitude only comes from our government and its use of propaganda against us.
 
I really am trying to understand what you are saying. It seems like Greek to me at the moment.  I thought I understood our planet, the magnetic field it creates and to a lesser extent the movement of the mantel and the plates above it.
 
So far, you've got me stumped.
 
David Montaigne Added Apr 25, 2018 - 9:45pm
Magnetohydrodynamics are a small part of the puzzle, but you said: "The terminology your using, the way you are using it truly confuses me.  I thought I understood "viscosity" as:
Viscosity describes a fluid's internal resistance to flow and may be thought of as a measure of fluid friction.
Add to this "terrestrial magnetic field" I thought was caused by the flow of the molten core around the solid core of the planet.
When you combine the two concepts into one, you lose me.  The magnetic field has nothing to do with the viscosity of the molten metal."
Actually, the magnetic field has everything to do with the viscosity of a fluid if the fluid is rich in iron or other magnetic metals.  For example in high school my teacher put liquid mercury in a pyrex jar on a device that spun an agitator inside the jar (in the bottom portion of the mercury.)  The agitator was like a big elongated pill spinning in the jar.  In no magnetic field, anything floating on top of the mercury was still even if the agitator was spinning fast... there was no viscosity, no transference of spin through the liquid metal.  Add a strong magnetic field, and all of a sudden the mercury molecules polarize and organize and spin was transferred to the top, and things floating on the surface did spin in the suddenly high viscosity liquid.  Turn off the electromagnetic field, and the spin no longer was transferred, viscosity was gone.
This holds true for lava in the mantle below Earth's crust as well.  In our current magnetic field, there is high viscosity to overcome the tangential centripetal forces of the mass imbalance of the Antarctic ice sheet.  But if the Earth's magnetic field weakens enough, eventually the friction from viscosity will fail to prevent the mass imbalances from moving toward the equator.
Again, this is a small (but crucial) piece of the pole shift puzzle.
 
And whether or not Flying Junior is a government shill here to discredit the pole shift idea - the CIA has censored/classified other pole shift books, and one prominent theorist died under suspicious circumstances and timing.  I think they are attempting to hide or delay the truth about pole shifts.
Gerrilea Added Apr 25, 2018 - 11:52pm
David M--- Thanks for the example.  It helps me visualize the issue.
 
So, the EM field created by the core keeps the mantel and the plates from moving separately and not in relative unison with said?  While there is movement, it's not as large as it could be.
 
I think I understand.
 
I'm not sure about the Antarctic Ice sheet, yet  Let me think about it for a bit.
 
Okay, I'm back...I know it seems quick...time flies on these interwebs.
 
The imbalance from the A.I.S.  was countered with the spin of the Earth and the "force" exerted by the mantel and plates and if they move freely then the A.I.S. could push the mantel harder.
 
Hmmm. 
 
Interesting.
 
:)
 
 
David Montaigne Added Apr 30, 2018 - 6:25am
Thank you Gerrilea and others for asking questions - it helps me determine what I need to focus on when I attempt to discuss this topic in future articles and interviews.