Late update :)

Latest data 🙂 well 8 days ago

Well thats it we are now defintely over the 40 degree mark, we go from wondering if its a traversal to working on the full reversal which will totally cause mayhem.
we are already seeing strange volcanic activity, France was hit by a 5.0 and South Africa a 4.5 and there is a lot more activity from volcanoes across europe.
The ice pack is very slowly moving towards the new magnetic north pole position giving the illusion that the arctic is gaining ice mass which will take time to catch up with the putting more pressure on the earths crust in stable areas as well as the earths crustal movements around the ring of fire that will be affected more by where the southern pole ends up.

There is a very large probability we are not being told this information and it is being used by certain group of people in the name of green taxes and Co2 taxes to scare the population and keep them blinkered to what is coming. please do your own research and look into this once in a 790 million year event that has the chance if we are not prepared to end 99.9% of life on earth.

look at who has the means to save a few people if this happens and look at who has the means to save themselves. look into detroit airport underground constructions and check out all the lesser millionaires with underground bunkers and also remember every government has them as well, there are caves and bunkers going back 12000 years scattered across the planet used to hide from the last extinction event.

If this happened this minute, take a moment to look what you have in your home now. that i ALL you will ever have until someone will come and try take it from you or you will be forced to do the same. How will you feed yourself when there is 200000 people around you in exactly the same situation, no food, no water, roads unpassable, roaming gangs and extreme UV following the actual north pole cleaning the planet for the next attempt at colonising the planet.

The Interconnected Effects of Earth’s Slowing Core and Magnetic Reversal on the Spin of the Crust and Beyond

The Earth is a dynamic planet with many interconnected systems, and changes in one area can have significant impacts on others. One such change is the slowing of the Earth’s core, which has been linked to a phenomenon known as magnetic field reversal.

Magnetic field reversal is a natural process in which the Earth’s magnetic field flips its polarity. This has happened many times in the Earth’s history, and the process can take thousands of years to complete. During a reversal, the magnetic field becomes weaker and allows more cosmic radiation to penetrate the atmosphere, potentially affecting both the climate and life on the planet.

The slowing of the Earth’s core is thought to be related to this process because it can cause the magnetic field to become unstable. When the core slows, it loses energy and heat, which can cause the magnetic field to fluctuate. This instability can trigger a magnetic field reversal, and the slowing of the core can also prolong the reversal process.

The spin of the Earth’s crust is also affected by the slowing of the core and magnetic field reversal. The Earth’s core and crust are connected by a layer called the mantle, which transfers energy and momentum between the two. When the core slows, it reduces the transfer of energy to the crust, causing the crust to spin more slowly as well.

This slowing of the Earth’s crust can have significant consequences, including changes in the length of the day, the orientation of the axis, and the distribution of the planet’s mass. It can also impact the Earth’s gravitational field and ocean currents, leading to changes in the climate and sea level.

In conclusion, the slowing of the Earth’s core and magnetic field reversal are complex phenomena that have far-reaching effects on the planet. Further research is needed to fully understand these processes and their impacts on the Earth’s systems.

search for the following for more info

  • “magnetic field reversal”
  • “slowing of the Earth’s core”
  • “Earth’s crust spin”
  • “mantle-crust interaction”
  • “impact of magnetic field on climate”
  • “length of day changes”
  • “gravitational field changes”
  • “ocean current changes”