The Fracturing of the North pole

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The Fracturing of the North pole

Post by soldierhugsmember » Tue Feb 11, 2014 4:01 pm

Clif High has predicted that the north pole will fracture into many smaller poles (30, 40, 50, god knows how many)

It looks like this may be the start of it

http://dutchsinse.tatoott1009.com/21020 ... l-cooling/
NEW Polar Vortex coming, Southern Snow, Overall Global Cooling

At 10:45 he even talks of the multiple polar vortices

We have at least 2, possibly 4 if you count over here over Siberia. I'm counting one here off the west coast, one here off the east coast and it also looks like one just north of India and another one over Siberia

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Re: The Fracturing of the North pole

Post by daniel » Wed Feb 12, 2014 3:02 pm

Come on now... the green on the old maps is NOT missing snow pack! Just read the comment line under the Cryosphere comparison images: "Historic snow cover data not displayed on these images. Sea ice concentrations less than 30% are not displayed in these images. Snow cover data is displayed only for most recent dates." (Interesting how that got completely ignored by both presenters.)

If you check their history, they upgraded their equipment in 2005, which is why there is "no data" for that year, and prior to 2005 there was no snow coverage included on the map, so all the continents are green. Starting in 2006 they included snow cover, which is why they are now white.

And if you look at the last few years, you see substantially less SEA ICE (such as off the east coast of Greenland) NOW, than before.

These "polar vortices" (popular because of the "cool" name...) are the Earth equivalent of sunspots; the whole process is documented in Nehru's paper--and yes, it does precede a magnetic polar reversal.
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Re: The Fracturing of the North pole

Post by PeacefulMe » Thu Feb 13, 2014 12:03 pm

daniel wrote:--and yes, it does precede a magnetic polar reversal.
If this answer is somewhere in your papers Daniel, please forgive me for asking...but what exactly does a magnetic pole reversal entail?

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Re: The Fracturing of the North pole

Post by soldierhugsmember » Thu Feb 13, 2014 4:23 pm

Clif High talks about this during a recent interview.
He explained it so well that even I understood it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KI7kNzStvLU
From 53 mins

.... the rain for the west coast was atypically described so it may not show up in a volume until March/April
It's going to be coincident with this fracturing of the north pole
Now this is not a fracturing of the magnetic pole alone
This is a fracturing of the ionic component of the poles
....There is the physical pole, the rotational pole around which the Earth wobbles (those 2 are not the same) and there is the magnetic pole
All 3 of those combine to create this ionic influence that draws down the super cold air from space
That's why the poles are cold.
It's nothing to do with sunlight not getting up there
If you examine it, the difference in size from the equator to the poles is less than the diameter plus the bulge which is 13 miles
And over 93 million miles, what's 4,000 km?
That's nothing
So the reason we ended up with the poles being cold the way they are has to do with the vortices.
These are formed by the magnetic influences as well as our rotational influences as well as our wobble
And we're going to see these fracture in a way that we already sort of started to see.
They are calling them the polar vortex in the msm news
.... They are really hyped up on it
We're going to see it hitting around where we got 4 and 5 and 6 and 7 of these things popping up all over
And it's happened as a result of the magnetic north pole fracturing into maybe 30 or 40 or 50 or who knows how many poles.
We're also seeing a corresponding problem in the southern hemisphere as there's been this negative magnetic polarity anomaly forming off the coast of Brazil which may end up being our new south pole
We look at the sun and other planets that have added magnetic fields as ours and how they get their magnetic pole shifts
What happens is that one of poles (north or south) get all wonky and break up into little guys.
Then you have the opposite one form into a really strong anchor.
That new strong anchor - in the case of the sun, the last time it did it, it was their new north pole.
The sun had like 40 or 50 small fractured magnetic south poles and then all of a sudden, it grew a really strong north magnetic pole
Then the southern poles coalesced around the opposite point there.
So the number of south poles all shrank into one and it stabilised
We may be seeing the same effect occurring here on Earth at the same time we go through this expansion
Or it may be related or even be casual.
Who knows?
Temporally, they're linked
But we 're seeing this anomaly off the coast of Brazil that may form out to be our new south pole
If that is the case ..... we're looking at the new north pole popping up somewhere in the area of southern Finland, northern Estonia....
Who knows?
It's going to wobble a bit because of certain angular issues relative to the southern pole.
But the southern pole anomaly around the south part of the bulge of Brazil has got a lot of the magnetosphere people quite alarmed.

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Re: The Fracturing of the North pole

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Re: The Fracturing of the North pole

Post by Ilkka » Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:32 am

soldierhugsmember wrote:We look at the sun and other planets that have added magnetic fields as ours and how they get their magnetic pole shifts
What happens is that one of poles (north or south) get all wonky and break up into little guys.
Then you have the opposite one form into a really strong anchor.
This seems to indicate for the theory that Daniel said that poles will shift 90 degrees like a clockwork. So basically earth is turning on its "side". I pondered this a little and think that magnetic poles will first do a little "dance" around the world and little by little settle around the equator region and lock into place there, after that the rest of the poles will follow. This is the way I see it happen. Also this will indicate that planets will be "pushed off" to much further orbit from the sun, because the magnetic effect of negative -> negative poles or positive (you all know it :D).

So I dont think that Finland is getting to be a new north pole therefore not even Brazil getting to be new south pole for that matter. All of that is too hasty to say as he indicated "may be" in above there.

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Re: The Fracturing of the North pole

Post by Foxfire » Fri Feb 14, 2014 8:23 am

Whether you trust Tolec or not, he did predict that Earth would do that 90 degree shift, the planet would align straight with the sun instead of diagonally, and climate would become temperate throughout Earth.

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Re: The Fracturing of the North pole

Post by soldierhugsmember » Fri Feb 14, 2014 2:04 pm

There was nothing wrong with Tolec until after the end of 2012....
I understand the planet started straightening up on its axis from Feb 2013 and this is a very gentle process

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Re: The Fracturing of the North pole

Post by Foxfire » Fri Feb 14, 2014 2:10 pm

I really liked Tolec. Do you know what happened to him?

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Re: The Fracturing of the North pole

Post by Foxfire » Fri Feb 14, 2014 2:12 pm

Also, where did you get the information that the straightening process started a year ago? Weather seems to confirm something is going on, with the arctic weather moving farther south. We've been OK here in Florida, but just a couple of hundred miles north they're getting slammed.

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