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    Post  bobhardee on Tue Apr 29, 2014 1:32 pm

    Evidence for a rapid reversal of the geomagnetic field 41,000 years ago

    October 29, 2013 | by Anonymous
    Photo credit: Dr. habil., Norbert R. Nowaczyk / GFZ
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    Magnetic studies performed on sediment cores from the Black Sea by the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences show that Earth experienced a rapid (over 440 year period) and complete reversal of the geomagnetic field 41,000 years ago during the last ice age. Geomagnetic reversals result in the interchanging of the positions of magnetic north and magnetic south. As this was a brief and unsustained pole reversal, it is known as a geomagnetic excursion and not a full reversal. The evidence for this brief pole reversal is further bolstered by data obtained from additional studies performed in the North Atlantic, the South Pacific and Hawaii; together this shows the polarity reversal was a global event. The sediment cores also provide further evidence for the last ice age and a supervolcano eruption.

    Earth has had several pole reversals in the last 20 million years, with a complete pole reversal occurring about every 200,000 to 300,000 years. The last major pole reversal occurred approximately 780,000 years ago and is known as the Brunhes–Matuyama reversal. A reversal does not happen instantly, and typically takes between 1,000 and 10,000 years. The Brunhes–Matuyama reversal caused no drastic changes in plant or animal life as provided by evidence from the fossil record. By looking at oxygen isotope ratios in deep ocean sediment cores, no changes in glacial activity were found for this period either.

    The field geometry of reversed polarity for the geomagnetic excursion of 41,000 years ago lasted about 440 years and the field strength was only about 25% of today’s field. The actual polarity lasted only 250 years, which is remarkably short. During this 250-year period, the magnetic field was only at 5% of today’s field strength. This significantly lowered Earth’s protection against hard cosmic rays, which in turn led to an increased exposure to radiation. Evidence for this is shown by peaks of radioactive beryllium (10Be) in ice cores recovered from the Greenland ice sheet.

    10Be is formed in Earth’s atmosphere through the collision of cosmic rays with atoms. 10Be has a half-life of 1.36 million years before decaying to 10Boron. Periods of high solar activity decrease the flux of cosmic rays that hit Earth, so the production of 10Be is inversely proportional to solar activity and increased solar wind.

    This geomagnetic excursion has been known about for 45 years, after the analysis of the magnetisation of several lava flows near the village Laschamp near Clermont-Ferrand in the Massif Central. The magnetisation of these lava flows differed significantly from the direction of the geomagnetic field today. This feature has since been known as the 'Laschamp event'. Before the latest work by the GFZ, the Laschamp event was shown only by point readings of the geomagnetic field during the last ice age. This new research gives a more complete view.

    The sediment cores from the Black Sea not only show the geomagnetic excursion of 41,000 years ago, they also indicate several abrupt climate changes during the last ice age. These climate changes were already known from the Greenland ice cores, but now there is a high synchronisation between the data records from the Black Sea and Greenland. The sediment cores also document the largest volcanic eruption in the Northern hemisphere of the last 100,000 years: the eruption 39,400 years ago of a super volcano near Naples, Italy, known as the Campanian Ignimbrite super-eruption. About 350 cubic kilometres of rock and lava were expelled from the volcano and spread over the eastern Mediterranean and as far as central Russia.

    Interestingly, one of the Neanderthal extinction hypotheses involves climate change. During the last ice age, Europe changed into a semi-arid desert and it is speculated that Neanderthals did not adapt their hunting techniques to this new environment. Volcanic eruptions, such as the super eruption near Naples 39,400 years ago, also may have contributed to a reduction in food supply.

    Excavations at Mezmaiskaya Cave in the Caucasus Mountains of southern Russia showed there was also a reduction in plant pollen at the time. Two distinct layers of volcanic ash were observed in the cave, which coincided with large-scale volcanic events that occurred around 40,000 years ago. The first volcanic event is the Campanian Ignimbrite super-eruption. The second volcanic layer coincides with the end of Neanderthal presence at Mezmaiskaya and coincides with a smaller eruption thought to have occurred around the same time in the Caucasus Mountains.

    NASA has more information on pole reversals here.

    Read more at http://www.iflscience.com/environment/evidence-rapid-reversal-geomagnetic-field-41000-years-ago#hr2PeXORXBKQpxMm.99
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    Post  bobhardee on Tue Apr 29, 2014 1:37 pm

    SA in pole position for magnetic shift

    September 2 2013 at 10:28am
    By CHELSEA GEACH

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    Satellites and magnetic observatories have recorded stirrings in the magnetic field  some areas weakening, some strengthening  which suggest that our planet is headed for a reversal of its magnetic poles in the next few hundred years.

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    Cape Town - Earth’s magnetic field is undergoing significant shifts, and South Africa has front row seats to observe the changes.

    Satellites and magnetic observatories have recorded stirrings in the magnetic field – some areas weakening, some strengthening – which suggest that our planet is headed for a reversal of its magnetic poles in the next few hundred years.

    If that happens, compasses which usually point north will point south. Animals which use the magnetic field for navigation such as birds, whales and sharks will find it difficult to migrate along their usual routes. Our magnetic navigation systems will have to be recalibrated.

    And while South Africans won’t be able to watch the aurora visible over the equator during the pole switch, we are in a prime position to monitor the process because we are situated between the two areas of greatest change in the magnetic field.

    Just south-west of Cape Town is the region where the largest decrease was recorded by satellites between 1980 and 2001: -8 percent. And not too far east of South Africa is the region in the Indian Ocean where the largest increase was recorded, of +3 percent.

    At the magnetic observatory in Hermanus, one of four in the country, the geomagnetic field has decreased by more than 20 percent since 1941.

    Dr Pierre Cilliers, a researcher at the South African National Space Agency (Sansa), said: “The area of largest decrease in the magnetic field is closer to South Africa than to the rest of the inhabited world.”

    This is because the weakest area of our planet’s magnetic field falls mostly over the Atlantic Ocean. This area is called the South Atlantic Magnetic Anomaly (Sama), and it stretches from our country westward across the sea towards South America.

    The Sama exists because in that region, 3 000km below the surface, the electric currents which flow in the molten outer core – and are believed to create the magnetic field – are flowing in the opposite direction.

    Another researcher at Sansa, Dr Pieter Kotze, said “the effect of this discrepancy is that the area of the magnetic field over the South Atlantic Ocean is approximately 30 percent weaker than the rest of the world at similar latitudes”.

    The size of this magnetic anomaly has grown substantially over the past 400 years.

    Polarity flips only happen every few hundred thousand years, so nobody alive knows what it is like to experience one, or how it will affect life on Earth.

    Kotze thinks it most likely that people with sensitive skin will have to be more careful in direct sunlight, as “energetic particles from outer space will be able to penetrate the atmosphere to much lower altitudes than is currently the case”, weakening the ozone layer.

    This is because during a polarity reversal the magnetic field must drop to between 10 and 20 percent of its usual strength.

    Kotze wrote in a recent newsletter that “the shielding effect of the magnetic field protects the Earth from the impact of solar wind and other harmful radiation.

    “Without it, solar wind would erode our atmosphere and life on Earth as we know it would be unable to exist.”

    However, Kotze said, with a weakened magnetic field, the atmosphere of the Earth would act as the primary protective layer. He said periods of mass extinctions have never coincided with a polarity reversal – so the effects on Earth are not likely to be catastrophic.

    It is impossible to say for certain when the polarity reversal will take place, or how long the process would take.

    Kotze says computer simulations have revealed that it could take between 3 000 and 5 000 years to complete.

    What is certain, though, is that the signs observed suggest we are heading for one.

    BBC News Online science editor Dr David Whitehouse said: “Such events occur about every 250 000 years. However, it has been 750 000 years since the last reversal – so we are certainly overdue.” - Weekend Argus
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    Post  bobhardee on Wed May 07, 2014 2:39 pm

    Pole Shift: It Has Started…
    Chris Carrington
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    There are two types of pole shift. The terrestrial kind is where the land masses actually move from their current positions to new ones sometimes thousands of kilometers away. Then there’s magnetic pole shift, a flip in the Earth’s magnetic field where the north and south poles exchange places.

    Adam Maloof, associate professor of geosciences at Princeton University has believed in terrestrial pole shift since his student days. Years of research has not fully proven that terrestrial pole shift does occur at all, but his research has shown there is no possible way it could happen the way he envisioned it would.

    Maloof aired his theory on a National Geographic television program in 2009. The geological evidence discovered during the show found rocks in Australia that were ‘born’ thousands of miles away, and Maloof saw this as evidence of violent upheaval.

    The rocks had the ‘wrong’ polarity for their situation. As a geologist he knew that rocks maintain their original polarity from the time they are pushed up from the bowels of the earth until they crumble away to dust millions of years later. Finding rocks that originated thousands of miles north on an island in the southern hemisphere offered further proof to him that his theories were correct.

    Closer inspection presented him with a major problem though.

    There was no evidence of any violent upheaval, none, nothing at all to explain how the rocks had arrived in their current location. The pattern was repeated at other sites around the globe. He and his team turned up dozens of examples of rocks that just shouldn’t be where they were finding them. Rocks that originated near the north pole were marooned in Australia and formations that were known for sure to have started their lives in the southern hemisphere were now located thousands of miles to the north.

    Maloof immediately concluded that a terrestrial pole shift couldn’t have happened …but that didn’t explain the out-of-place rocks.



    After thinking about the issue for some time he hypothesized that terrestrial pole shift could occur after all, but on a scale so slow that we can’t feel it happening. You can hear his explanation on Listen To The story: Talk Of The Nation.

    Many scientists do not follow his theory, preferring to believe that the rocks with opposing polarity just came up from the Earth’s interior when the magnetic poles were in their opposite position, or that they arrived where they are due to continental drift.

    Magnetic pole shift is a different thing entirely. The Earth’s crust stays in place, there is no movement of rocks or anything else on the surface of the earth. What changes is the Earth’s magnetic field.

    The magnetic field around the Earth is generated by the movement of molten iron in the outer core. When working properly it protects us from particle storms, cosmic rays, UV type B radiation and subatomic particles flying in from deep space. Without it the ozone layer would be eroded, and we would be exposed to almost everything the universe has to throw at us.

    Every few hundred thousand years the force of the magnetic field reduces until it is almost not there at all, and at this point the magnetic poles flip over, the poles exchange places. The geological record tells us that there have been many such reversals. The last one is thought to have happened about 780,000 years ago.

    Our magnetic field has been weakening for 150 years now, but the weakening is not uniform. Professor Elgil Friis-Christensen former director of Denmark’s National Space Institute told the BBC:

    We talk about the weakening of the global field but in some local areas, such as in the South Atlantic, the field has gone down 10% in just the last 20 years. But we do not know whether we will go into a reversal or whether the global field will recover.

    Pole shift is not synchronized; for a while we may have two, or more south poles, or north poles, as the field adjusts and settles into its new position. It’s a total unknown as to how long the planet would not have the shielding effects of the field.

    No one has yet even guesstimated how long it takes to complete the reversal and for the field to return to normal operating levels.

    The magnetic North Pole has been on the move for some time, moving from northern Canada towards Russia at a rate of 25-40 miles a year. The speed of movement has increased during the last decade. This increase coincides with the increase in the weakening of the field.

    In an attempt to find out exactly what’s going on with the magnetic field The European Space Agency (Esa) launched three satellites on the back of a Rocot vehicle from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome at 12.02 GMT today.

    The mission, called SWARM will monitor the field for between four and five years and hopefully gather enough data for the scientists to see clearly the state of the magnetic field.(source)

    A magnetic pole reversal is going to present major problems.

    Compasses will be pointing in the wrong direction and GPS satellites will quite literally not be able to work out up from down as they are programmed for our current polarity.

    As humans were not around during the last reversal, the effect on animal life and climate is unknown. Will birds instinctively know that they should fly north for the winter…or do they still fly south? Bees, bats and even mass migrations will most likely be affected.

    Will the climate flip at the same time as the poles? Or does that come later? There are so many answers that need to be found and scientists may not have that long to find them.

    Magnetic pole shift is a complicated dynamic process. Although no land mass movement will occur we will still face a time of massive upheaval and uncertainty.

    Our food supply is fragile at best, and massive environmental changes will be a challenge that needs to be overcome if we are to avoid a massive human die off.

    Ozone, the filter that takes out most ultraviolet B radiation, the type most harmful to human and animals will be depleted without the magnetic field there to protect it. Skin cancers and severe sunburn will increase. Cateracts and blindness will rise exponentially as the ozone reduces.

    One thing we do have the answer to already is that scientists, and most likely politicians as well, are worried. Cash strapped, austerity driven Europe would not be spending tens of millions of dollars putting three satellites into space if they weren’t.

    This is a situation we can do nothing about. Governments around the world know it’s started, but once again they say nothing. They give no advice about preparing for the future.

    The magnetic field has been diminishing for years, and as time moves on the speed of that reduction increases.

    Magnetic field strength is directly related to ozone.

    Holes in the ozone allow warming of the oceans in those regions to occur.

    Warmer oceans regions allow more precipitation and larger hurricanes, cyclones and typhoons to form.

    All this crap we hear about climate change, the explanations about why some areas are experiencing warm seas and rising sea levels; it’s not climate change, it’s the start of magnetic pole shift.

    Governments cannot admit this because there’s nothing they can do about it. Instead, they sell global warming in a miserable attempt to mitigate some of the changes that are already happening.

    Sources:

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/08/130829093405.htm
    http://www.theengineer.co.uk/aerospace/news/swarm-starts-mission-to-monitor-earths-magnetic-field/1017545.article
    http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/magnetic/magearth.html
    http://news.nationalgeographic.co.uk/news/2009/11/091106-2012-end-of-world-myths.html
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/01/130131144339.htm
    http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/interior/
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-25037861
    http://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/2012-poleReversal.html
    eurpopean space agency
    http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/dinosaurs/glossary/Contdrift.shtml
    http://www.npr.org/2012/11/09/164797147/scientists-solve-mystery-of-earths-shifting-poles
    http://phys.org/news202971192.html

    Chris Carrington is a writer, researcher and lecturer with a background in science, technology and environmental studies. Chris is an editor for The Daily Sheeple, where this first appeared. Wake the flock up

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    Post  bobhardee on Mon Nov 17, 2014 12:04 pm

    11/14/2014  I got to meet Ben today in Morganton, NC.  What a treat. Highly advise that if you have a chance to catch him on one of this whistle stops, you will not regret the opportunity.   This is an older video.  I will try to follow this one with one that shows changes in the poles.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPXABS5oKhw&list=PLHSoxioQtwZcJiKVxaGLoL3cD2WBPby3z&index=6


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dn357zRnKxs&list=PLHSoxioQtwZcJiKVxaGLoL3cD2WBPby3z


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJKTLuvGAU4
    Ben said that earth stands a high likelihood of be overwhelmed with tsunamis during the coming pole shift.
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    Post  bobhardee on Wed Dec 24, 2014 5:37 am

    12/24/2014
    Linda M. Howell reports on earth magnetic changes the first hour and NDE (Death travelers) the second hour

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTCilMjr0-c
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    Post  B.B.Baghor on Wed Dec 24, 2014 11:52 pm

    This is a copy of an earlier post of mine, its presence maybe valuable in this thread to some of you.
    In the attachment you will find 12 pages, extracted from Drunvalo Melchizedeks book "The ancient secret of the Flower of Life Vol. 2"
    By the way, both Volumes 1 and 2 of The ancient Secret of the Flower of Life are present in www.scribd.com
    After registering you will have access to this information and lots of other great books. It's all free of costs.

    From page 430 onward, starting as page 1 in the attachment, you will find Drunvalo's explanation of the phenomena and
    nature of pole-shifts and dimensions. He shares his experiences from memory, although he doesn't imply an actual pole-shift,
    nor does he believe we will go through it in that exact same way. Our consciousness and heart presence decide how that's done.

    He presents the info as a field-guide, a kind of galactic textbook. Apart from a pole-shift, the content of that part may be valuable
    in clarifying and explaining the nature of dimensions and the electro magnetic forces present in our solar system.
    Hence, our bodies, present with an individual electromagnetic field for grounding purposes on planet Earth, physically,
    have no choice in being part of that system as a whole. We're incapable of fleeing from it. We humans, in essence eternal
    spiritual beings, hold memories in our dna that will support us through changes unheard of and unseen ever before,
    while in a physical body. To me, life itself holds the wisdom to support us by allowing us to remember who we truly are.


    This is a link to a site, with subjects and healing suggestions, to help you in keeping up appearances... eh, hmmm, keeping a balance.
    http://tomkenyon.com/cognitive-and-emotional-challenges-during-chaotic-nodes

    I'm looking forward to your experiences, you're very welcome sharing them here, thank you!
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    Post  bobhardee on Fri Dec 26, 2014 1:56 pm

    Thanks BB. I'm on the road tonight so it may be a day or two before I can give it my full attention.
    Have listened to some of what DM presents but it has been a while.
    I look forward to the opportunity.

    Thanks so much.
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