Global warming and Earths Magnetic North Pole drifting

Rob

Dec 21, 2019
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Could this shifting of of Earths Magnetic Pole cause the Earth axis to shift enough to cause Global Warming?
 
Feb 14, 2020
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I have observed this phenomenon a long time ago. The last time I noticed it is that North pole has several degrees declination. I dont think that it is due to the tilt of our planet.
 
Feb 14, 2020
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I will soon be posting my observations (2011) how a 4-sided pyramid made from pieces of aluminum tubing could make ordinary tap water alkaline or acidic in 24 hrs. Btw, I use a 3-sided (tetra) pyramid for easier orientation towards the N pole.
 
Jan 6, 2020
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The magnetic fields of the earth are shifting to the West at 50 kilometers a year. It has been accelerating since around 1947. Deep within in the earth is molten Iron in a centrifuge spinning around and around. During the course of millions of years this magna congeals into blobs, due to centrifugal forces, that are pushed out towards the equator which causes tectonic plates to shift. Which we see today there is magna blob under the Pacific Ocean and another one under the Atlantic Ocean pushing up towards the surface. This push upwards heats the surface water up causing changes in the ecosystems of the oceans.
When the magnetic North shifts to the West as it is doing then the convection point changes. This lets in a change of the sun’s radiation and cosmic rays that allows the surface water to evaporate and earthquakes to occur due to tectonic plate shifts.
Natural Laws have there own lifespan due to entropy. Perhaps man is semi guilty of the weather changes and we should clean up our own act but the Earth has its own life cycle that is beyond man's control.


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Feb 9, 2020
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When the global warming is highest in the HOT, hot summer times, all air levels in the atmosphere do expand and become more scattered and thinner
due to the extra heat constantly present. This extra THINNER air atmosphere allows more direct SUNLIGHT to enter quickly which in turn causes extra global warming -- affecting the two poles too.
 
Feb 12, 2020
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CO2 represents .038 % of the earth's atmosphere. When infrared light hits a CO2 molecule it immediately re-radiates from the molecule in a different wavelength in effect transferring the energy back into the atmosphere. This "trace compound" in our atmosphere does not cause global warming.
 
Feb 9, 2020
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When the global warming is highest in the HOT, hot summer times, all air levels in the atmosphere do expand and become more scattered and thinner
due to the extra heat constantly present. This extra THINNER air atmosphere allows more direct SUNLIGHT to enter quickly which in turn causes extra global warming -- affecting the two poles too.
Also in the HOTTEST summer times when the temperature hovers near 45 C+++ during the hot loo blowing times the human skin does sense and feel HITS of some over-heated AIR molecules, even while the person is inside a room well sheltered from the hot Sun. Maybe in such
hot global warming the Sun becomes hyper --super active sending more Solar wind entering very fast in the thinner AIR atmosphere.
 
Jan 6, 2020
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The ORIGINAL post dealt with the shifting MAGNETIC poles which lets in Sun rays and Cosmic rays at a different convection point on the earth's surface. The geographic North Pole is not the same thing as the MAGNETIC North Pole. Geographic North Pole is a stationary point that does not move that we call the North Pole. Magnetic North Pole is a wandering point that goes magnetically down to the center of the earth. When the magnetic North Pole shifts it shifts the umbrella that protects us from cosmic rays of the sun and space to a different convection point on the surface of the Earth. This causes changes in the climate around the Earth from evaporation of water which causes plate tectonics to shift (earthquakes etc). The Earth is 4.6 *10 to the 9th power, 4 .6 billion years old, to say man in less than 200 years changed the climate is hard to swallow. 200 years is barely a blip in the epoch of space and time. Weather patterns and climates fluctuates like the stock market on a daily basis and a yearly basis. Natural Laws control climate not mankind the Earth will do what physics allows it to do, good or bad.
 
Sep 23, 2020
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Could this shifting of of Earths Magnetic Pole cause the Earth axis to shift enough to cause Global Warming?
The tilt of planet earth will bring more than global warming the tides will be higher in the northern and Southern Hemispheres and what happens in the middle latitudes is anyone's guess
 
Mar 19, 2020
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Could this shifting of of Earths Magnetic Pole cause the Earth axis to shift enough to cause Global Warming?
Hell no. Magnetic poles move all the time, even flip, but that doesn't change geographic north and the axis of the planet is not affected. Y'all are so desperate to cling to some alernative explantion that you don't stop to think.
 

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