Scientists propose two explanations for true polar wander..Equatorial bulge growing apparently quite rapidly..effects of the weakening of Earth’s magnetic field
November 27, 2012 in Science
Planetary scientists propose two explanations for true polar wander
Equatorial bulge growing…
SATELLITES REVEAL A MYSTERY OF LARGE CHANGE IN EARTH’S GRAVITY FIELD Satellite data since 1998 indicates the bulge in the Earth’s gravity field at the equator is growing, and scientists think that the ocean may hold the answer to the mystery of how the changes in the trend of Earth’s gravity are occurring. Currently, the Earth has a significant upward bulge at the equator, and a downward bulge at the poles. “Observations of the Earth’s gravity field show that some phenomena are counteracting the gravitational effects of PGR. Whereas PGR has been decreasing the bulge in the Earth’s gravity field at the equator, this recent phenomena is causing the bulge to increase,” Cox said. Such changes in the gravity field can be sensed using ultra precise laser tracking of satellites to observe tiny changes in the orbits of those satellites and by tracking changes in the length of day or rotation of the Earth. Scientists believe movements of mass cause this recent change from the high latitudes to the equator. Bulge! Mitch Battros discussed solar flares, climate change, and the Earth’s core and magnetic field. There’s something going on that no one can quite put their finger on, he commented– flares rated as an M1 or M5 seem to have the higher impact of an X flare. “That correlation is transferring to the Earth’s core and that’s what’s causing these earth changing events such as earthquakes and volcanoes, including hurricanes and extreme weather of all types,” he said. During the last two years, a stream of charged particles emitted from the center of the galaxy has been affecting our sun, and in turn the Earth and its core, he added.
He spoke about the effects of the weakening of Earth’s magnetic field– one possible scenario from this would be the extinction of various species, starting with migratory birds. This weakening allows for an increase of charged particles (radiation) from cosmic rays, gamma rays, and CMEs (coronal mass ejections) and solar flares to hit the Earth. However, what we are witnessing are natural cyclical events which our planet has seen many times before, and was observed by ancient peoples, he pointed out. Battros also touched on such topics as glacier activity, supervolcano calderas, and solar filaments. For more, check out the graphic below
Mitch Battros Graphic
Mitch Battros shares a graphic in tandem with the 11/26/12 radio show. He explains the image: “Charged particles heat the Earth’s core; the Earth’s core will compensate by extinguishing heat via mantle plumes. This causes tectonic plates to shift causing earthquakes and volcanoes, then the process occurs all over again.”
evidence establishing an almost seamless overlap of ancient text conveyance telling of galactic and solar system cyclical events of which modern science now confirms.
It is not your imagination – there is an increase of earth changing events. Something has changed with the Sun and Earth – and it is coming from the Milky Way.
Earth’s outer core, lithosphere, and crust. With new spacecrafts and satellites – along with new geological drilling of ocean floors indicates the Earth’s core has overheated and is in process of releasing heat to maintain its ambient temperature.
One reason for this overheating is Earth’s magnetic field weakening allowing an increase of charged particles (radiation) mostly from galactic cosmic rays, gamma rays, and solar rays in the form of CMEs (coronal mass ejections) and solar flares.
What we are witnessing is a natural cyclical event the Earth has seen many times before. Ancient text suggests several of our ancestral tribes knew of these cycles-of-events, and tried their best to convey such wisdom through the language of their time. Some would say they went far beyond their ‘in-time’ ability to communicate, and used symbols, math, and science to tell their story.