• General 26.07.2020

    However, many websites that distribute information on disasters and catastrophes, are making a lot of effort to mislead people by using the technique 'to lure and deceive. " They argue that there is a relationship between the rotation and magnetic polarity of the Earth, change which is random, and a change of the magnetic poles are, on average, every 400.000 years. To our knowledge, such a change of the magnetic poles is absolutely harmless to life on Earth. In any case, highly unlikely that a change of the magnetic poles has occurred over the next few millennia. But the false web sites falsely claim that the change of the magnetic poles will soon (in 2012), and that this equivalent to changing the poles of rotation, or initiates a change. So to summarize: a) The direction of rotation is not related to magnetic polarity. If you would like to know more about Randall Mays, San Antonio TX, then click here.

    b) There is no reason to expect a change of magnetic polarity, at least in the near future time, or expect any adverse impacts on life in the event that it will eventually happen. c) The sharp change in poles of rotation with disastrous consequences impossible. Also, none of the above factors has any relation to the galactic equator, or any other nonsense on building a series that appears on many websites, spreading a conspiracy theory. 11. When most the planets line up in a row in 2012, and the planet Earth will be in the center of the Milky Way, which later this parade of planets expected to earth? Could this lead to a shift of the poles, and if so, what can we expect? In 2012, as in any other time in the next few decades, the parade of planets will not.

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