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UR Scientific Theory: Earth's Pole is Moving

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Mon Jan 03, 2022 4:57 am

Earth's North and South Pole are moving.

Not only are they moving now, but they have shifted throughout the millions of years of Earth History. In fact, this immediately explains the European "Ice Age" because the "North" pole may have been situated in Europe during those times. It had nothing to do with "Global Climate", if the North or South Pole is situated on top of your geographic region.

This Hypothesis would be tested by a change of temperate wildlife in the North and South Pole region, during these Pole shifts.


In other words, if the European "Ice Age" were caused by this shifting of the Earth's Pole... then Earth's Equator also shifts, causing warmer and hotter climates based on Earth's rotation and relationship to the Sun.


Finally, not only did this shift happen throughout Earth History ...but it is happening right now. And that is phenomenon underneath "Global Climate Change".

It's not really that the Global Climate is changing...

Rather all of this is simply explained by Earth's North and Southern Pole shifting.


This also explains why different areas are experiencing colder and harsher Winters.







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Re: UR Scientific Theory: Earth's Pole is Moving

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Mon Jan 03, 2022 5:02 am

Further Hypotheses:

During some Eons, Earth's Pole is static and remains relatively constant.

During some Eons, Earth's Pole moves slowly, and can return to its original position, possibly.

During some Eons, Earth's Pole moves quickly, and can radically change the world's climate, hence "Global Climate Change" (which most know falsely).
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Re: UR Scientific Theory: Earth's Pole is Moving

Postby Maia » Mon Jan 03, 2022 11:14 am

This is quite a well-known theory in the study of lost civilisations.
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Re: UR Scientific Theory: Earth's Pole is Moving

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Mon Jan 03, 2022 12:05 pm

Maia wrote:This is quite a well-known theory in the study of lost civilisations.

You're a well-known theory in the study of lost civilizations.
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Re: UR Scientific Theory: Earth's Pole is Moving

Postby Maia » Mon Jan 03, 2022 12:10 pm

Urwrongx1000 wrote:
Maia wrote:This is quite a well-known theory in the study of lost civilisations.

You're a well-known theory in the study of lost civilizations.


Look up Charles Hapgood, and Rand and Rose Flem-Ath.
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Re: UR Scientific Theory: Earth's Pole is Moving

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Mon Jan 03, 2022 12:15 pm

That's fine. I'll be first at developing the Universal Node Theory anyway.

I'm sure other thinkers knew the world was round long before it was popular and mainstream.
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Re: UR Scientific Theory: Earth's Pole is Moving

Postby Maia » Mon Jan 03, 2022 1:10 pm

If there had been any significant shift in the position of the poles over the last five thousand years, Stonehenge would no longer be aligned to the solstices. The same is true of countless other stone circles and ancient constructions.
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Re: UR Scientific Theory: Earth's Pole is Moving

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Mon Jan 03, 2022 1:19 pm

Maia wrote:If there had been any significant shift in the position of the poles over the last five thousand years, Stonehenge would no longer be aligned to the solstices. The same is true of countless other stone circles and ancient constructions.

The change of Axis direction can "wobble", meaning that it would return to its original position. That's another possibility.

And the previous significant change of Axis was probably longer than 5000 years ago.

During our lifetime, there has been much talk and speculation of the North Pole "warming up", which would indicate the Axis is moving away from there.


Astronomers would need to confirm this, by studying where exactly the constellations have been constant across the decades and centuries. I don't know if any historical Astronomers would think or know to measure this type of change, if they weren't aware of it already.
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Re: UR Scientific Theory: Earth's Pole is Moving

Postby Maia » Mon Jan 03, 2022 2:13 pm

Urwrongx1000 wrote:
Maia wrote:If there had been any significant shift in the position of the poles over the last five thousand years, Stonehenge would no longer be aligned to the solstices. The same is true of countless other stone circles and ancient constructions.

The change of Axis direction can "wobble", meaning that it would return to its original position. That's another possibility.

And the previous significant change of Axis was probably longer than 5000 years ago.

During our lifetime, there has been much talk and speculation of the North Pole "warming up", which would indicate the Axis is moving away from there.


Astronomers would need to confirm this, by studying where exactly the constellations have been constant across the decades and centuries. I don't know if any historical Astronomers would think or know to measure this type of change, if they weren't aware of it already.


It's well known that the earth does wobble slightly, and this causes the precession of the equinoxes, going through each of the signs of the Zodiac in reverse order, taking more than 2000 years in each one.
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Re: UR Scientific Theory: Earth's Pole is Moving

Postby Sculptor » Mon Jan 03, 2022 5:03 pm

Urwrongx1000 wrote:Further Hypotheses:

During some Eons, Earth's Pole is static and remains relatively constant.

During some Eons, Earth's Pole moves slowly, and can return to its original position, possibly.

During some Eons, Earth's Pole moves quickly, and can radically change the world's climate, hence "Global Climate Change" (which most know falsely).


Iceages are not caused by polar shifts.

All your hypothesis are rubbish from a fetid rotting brain which is being disolved by Twinkies and Betty Crocker shite.
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Re: UR Scientific Theory: Earth's Pole is Moving

Postby iambiguous » Mon Jan 03, 2022 6:26 pm

Urwrong Until The Next Ice Age wrote:
It's not really that the Global Climate is changing...

Rather all of this is simply explained by Earth's North and Southern Pole shifting.


Anyway, there is one thing that we can be absolutely certain about: In no way, shape or form is any aspect of global climate shifts today caused by any possible thing that the human species is doing.

It's all the fault of Nature. And since nature itself is little more than the brute facticity of its own laws, it's not like we can blame it either.

Unless perhaps there really is a God or a Goddess who is ultimately responsible.
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Re: UR Scientific Theory: Earth's Pole is Moving

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Mon Jan 03, 2022 11:55 pm

Maia wrote:It's well known that the earth does wobble slightly, and this causes the precession of the equinoxes, going through each of the signs of the Zodiac in reverse order, taking more than 2000 years in each one.

I suspect that the Equator may have been severely altered over the course of tens or hundred thousands of years.

Already my opposition is making logical fallacies, claiming that if this hypothesis is true, then that means "humans do not affect the Earth's climate".

That is not what I said, obviously. But the Axis shift would automatically explain extreme shifts of climate, more so than what humans can be capable of by comparison.


I agree that Constellation changes and Astronomy over history, would prove this theorem accurate or inaccurate.
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Re: UR Scientific Theory: Earth's Pole is Moving

Postby Maia » Tue Jan 04, 2022 1:19 am

Urwrongx1000 wrote:
Maia wrote:It's well known that the earth does wobble slightly, and this causes the precession of the equinoxes, going through each of the signs of the Zodiac in reverse order, taking more than 2000 years in each one.

I suspect that the Equator may have been severely altered over the course of tens or hundred thousands of years.

Already my opposition is making logical fallacies, claiming that if this hypothesis is true, then that means "humans do not affect the Earth's climate".

That is not what I said, obviously. But the Axis shift would automatically explain extreme shifts of climate, more so than what humans can be capable of by comparison.


I agree that Constellation changes and Astronomy over history, would prove this theorem accurate or inaccurate.


The earth's magnetic field leaves traces in rocks, and varies depending on their age. This would probably be a good place to start.
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